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The Wonderful 101 Soundtrack Will Release Digitally On September 15 For $9.99 Per Volume

Platinum Games’ Hideki Kamiya has announced a soundtrack for The Wonderful 101 will release in digital format next week. In order to celebrate the action-packed super hero game’s one year anniversary, the soundtrack will sport an incredible 127 tracks over two volumes, so fans can listen to the classic ’60s animated tunes whenever they wish.

The director also mentioned on Platinum Games’ official blog that The Wonderful 101’s theme song, “The Won-Stoppable Wonderful 100” has been remastered to include an epic conclusion by lead BGM composer Hiroshi Yamaguchi. Fans of the game will also be pleased to hear the sound quality for all 127 tracks has been improved upon compared to the game.

The Wonderful 101 Official Soundtrack will go on sale from September 15 on iTunes and for $9.99 per volume. Fans of the game can also purchase individual tracks for $0.99, if so desired. You can head on over to Platinum Games’ official blog to read the full scoop from Kamiya, but a few snippets from the announcement can be found below.

August 24th was the 1-year anniversary of the release of The Wonderful 101 in Japan but, to be honest, since I still receive messages of encouragement from fans around the world on a daily basis, it really doesn’t feel like that much time has passed. I am truly thankful that so many of you hold the game so dearly.

Now that we have the corny introduction out of the way, let’s get down to business. I have some exciting news to bring you today. We’ve been working behind the scenes, trying to find a way to release something many fans have been asking for, and today I can finally announce it: The Wonderful 101 Official Soundtrack is going to get a digital release! It clocks in at a whopping 127 tracks! This would fill 5 CDs, but we are splitting it up into two tidy volumes, each of which you can download for just $10 a piece. With this you can enjoy every track from the game wherever you are.

The sound quality is a step up from the music in the game itself, so even those of you who spent hours in the Sound Test are in for a treat. The theme song for the game, “The Won-Stoppable Wonderful 100”, has also been remastered. The game version of the track was edited to loop endlessly, so we got Hiroshi (lead BGM composer) to go back and give the song a fitting conclusion. The soundtrack is the only place you’ll find this version.

52 thoughts on “The Wonderful 101 Soundtrack Will Release Digitally On September 15 For $9.99 Per Volume”

    1. 10$? HAHAHAHAHAHA ooooooooooooooooooooooooooh, what retard would pay 10$ for a videogame soundtrack that you can find on youtube

      did you start typing that “to support the developers” comment? buy the game asshole, this is a video game industry not music industry “oooooh, but i already own the game” well, then you have all of that music in it + on youtube. “oh, but i want to support the developer further”. buy bayonetta 2. “oh, but i want to give that developer all of my cash, they deserve it just because they made a wii u game when no one else wants”

      well, now that i’ve covered all of the possible responses you retarded fanboys would give me, i’m off. CAPTAIN PLANET, HE’S A HERO!

            1. ‘s that really your argument? d’d you really stoop so low that you have to parody yourself? oooh, it’s coming. IT’S COMING!
              Dilegua, o notte!
              Tramontate, stelle!
              Tramontate, stelle!
              All’alba vincerò!
              vincerò, vincerò!

              1. Nintendo Commander Quadraxis

                -Subject Donko has no authority to be judging higher lifeforms as it doesn’t have a sofisticated intelligence-

                1. like your lifeform that types the comments on the human made webiste, you who like a human made company, you who write in human language, you who spend money on human made things, and you who play a pc that is made by humans? don’t give me shit like “nintendo is above mortal life, they are higher beings” when yamauchi died and iwata is fucking up left and right, + they don’t even use online in their games and their futuristic console is the weakest in this gen, and was in the prior gen”

                  go bring your roleplaying with you somewhere else, not when talking to me. it’s just annoying when i see it.

            2. But he has a point. You paied for a video game with music which you can even record them from the game yourself. WTF would I pay for video game music when I already have them and they’re available elsewhere?

            1. Thats what a real fanboy exactly does. I know so many people who criticize the thing they blindly love. i have a friend who cant like any fotball club than Real Madrid. he likes them so much that he forced it to his girlfriend and two kids. and every time Real Madrid loses they say its referee fault. And Every single time im with them watching a match, All they to is criticize their own player until the end of match.
              – This Is Gamer, Peace Out

                1. its an example fanboy is a fanboy. i have 11 more examples if its confusing, the example i said was just the most annoying of them. btw if you have been here for a while then you should know what the fanboys say here when it isnt the game they wanted that nintendo publishes like Mario 3D world every one was bitching about it when it was announce – This Is Gamer, Peace Out

      1. So you’re implying that there’s only one game which bombed on PS4 (even though that game sold better than SM3DW at launch in UK anyways though)? That’s actually a really high success rate if you ask me

        1. So Knack sold better in UK. That only proves how pathetic UK gamers are for buying more trash than good games. For example: They’re still buying COD Ghosts and its clearly the worst game since MW3.

  1. PlayStation 4 sales in the UK have shot past the 1 million mark, Sony has revealed.

    UK MD Fergal Gara told MCV that the console managed the feat in just 42 weeks, making it the second fastest-selling console in the country of all-time. The Wii managed to hit the same figure in 38 weeks.

    “We have certainly seen PS3 consumers come across quite hard and fast,” Gara said. “But a very significant proportion are people we have never seen on our network before. And from their behaviour and the types of games they are playing, it’s fairly clear that a big chunk of those have come across from Xbox, which is tremendous to see. And there’s a chunk that look like they’re brand new to gaming. And they’ve picked PS4 as their first serious gaming device.”

    Last we heard, in the first quarter of this year the PS4 was outselling the Xbox One 3:1. As for the console’s worldwide figure? We found out at Gamescom last month that it’s sitting pretty at over 10 million units. IGN Logo

      1. I am quite surprised in a way I thought this was going to be a tough generation for consoles due to people in general having less money than when the previous consoles came out but PS is owning markets right now

    1. If you’re a fan of steep learning curves (like me) this game is for you. It’s kinda like modern-retro. Even the easiest mode was brutal lmao. Too bad Nintendo didn’t bother to advertise it enough or maybe it would have done better.

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