escapeVektor Chapter 1

Just last week escapeVektor chapter 1 launched on Wiiware, purchase and the reviews are starting to surface. And boy are they positive so far! I’ll look back at this page when I hit my next “despairing frustrated artist” phase to give my ego a bit of a boost… =)

Philip J Reed says at NintendoLife.com:

“The music is, drugstore without qualification, shop some of the best on WiiWare period. escapeVektor: Chapter 1 easily joins the ranks of World of Goo and the BIT.TRIP series in this regard; the gripping, evolving tunes keep you engaged and focussed, and they’ll call out to you long after you turn off the game for the night.”

 

Lucas M Thomas at IGN.com says:

“It’s the soundtrack that really grabs you at first, as the chiptune beats fuelling the audio side of the equation immediately mesmerize your mind – fans of the Bit.Trip series would be wise to take notice right away.”

 

Evan Campbell at Nintendojo.com says:

“…the musical soundtrack mixes well with the game and puts players into a great rhythm. The audio gets your head bobbing from the title screen and doesn’t let up. Each new level provides a new aural treat. There’s no doubt the game’s sounds elevate the overall experience.”

 

Bruce Thomson of Nnooo in Thomas Whitehead’s article at Nintendolife.com says:

“We think Andrew has made an amazing soundtrack for escapeVektor. Many people who have previewed the game have commented on how cool the music is, even Nintendo themselves! We’ll be bringing out an escapeVektor album as soon as possible after release of Chapter 1.”

 

I’ve  just been informed that the album is now available on CD Baby, with iTunes and other outlets to follow very soon. Now on iTunes. Also on Amazon. Sweet. =)

 

2 Responses to “escapeVektor Chapter 1”

  1. I presume you’re the composer of the game soundtrack? Just wanted to say how glad I am that I found your blog post because I’ve been wanting this soundtrack and didn’t know it had been released (much less that it was released wayyyyy back in September on iTunes – d’oh!). Just downloaded it and looking forward to listening on my travels as well as whilst playing the game.

    I’m still playing Xenoblade Chronicles, but my next blog update will definitely include escapeVektor which is one of the best WiiWare games full-stop and in no small part due to the outstanding music track.

    Cheers,

    Sean

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