There's 'Sumthing Else' about Capcom
- Posted May 11th, 2009 at 20:25 EDT by Adam Dolge
- 3 Comments
If you can't get enough of the music from games like Resident Evil 5 or Street Fighter IV, Sumthing Else Music Works has, well, something for you. Adding to its strong lineup of video game soundtrack licensing and distribution, the New York based company announced today that it has entered into a multiple-title licensing partnership with Capcom.
Fans of the music from Capcom games Bionic Commando, Dead Rising, and Monster Hunter will now be able to purchase the games' soundtracks. Under the agreement, Sumthing Else will license Capcom's catalog for distribution on digital and physical formats in North America. CDs will be distributed by Sumthing Distribution while digital copies will be available on Sumthing Digital and iTunes. Release dates will be revealed shortly.
The deal announced today includes:
-Resident Evil 5
-Street Fighter IV
-Dead Rising: Chop Till You Drop
-Monster Hunter Freedom Unite
- 3:29pm EDT - May 11th, 2009
I think this is a good thing. There is some good music in games.
- 3:42pm EDT - May 11th, 2009
Awesome! I'm definitely gonna purchase the Monster Hunter soundtrack!
- 5:11pm EDT - May 11th, 2009
I want the old 8 bit and 16 bit songs of bionic commando, ghosts and goblins, super ghouls and ghosts, and others. Those were the sh/t. Another one that wasn't a capcom product but had really good music was blaster master. i wish the would redo that game soooooo bad. lol.
This will permanently ban this user and delete all associated comments. This action is irreversible, are you SURE you want to do this?!