Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle was a solid game when it released in 2017, and it also became the best-selling third-party game on the Nintendo Switch family of systems. This year will see the release of the sequel, Mario + Rabbit: Spark of Hope, and all eyes will be on it. BAFTA-nominated composer Grant Kirkhope will once again take the helm and a recent interview On how he plans to compose another wonderful soundtrack for his upcoming captivating adventure.
What Grant hopes to achieve with Mario + Rabbids: Sparks of Hope
Just like the first game, the team faced the challenge of making a game that respects the past and is eager to explore new ideas.
“David is very eager to have both,” Kirkhope said. “He’s pushing me and everyone on the team to try and do something different.”
“Musically, I’m trying something different from Rabbit: Kingdom Battle, which is a slightly slower process because [Davide] Go on, “No, no, I want it to be new!” You know, it’s always hard to be your best, trying to reinvent yourself, and I’m working on that right now. “
“I think I’m a better orchestral composer than I was in Rabbit: Kingdom Battle. And I think I’m getting better. Make sure you tell me when you hear it, right?”
Mario + Rabbids Team Relations
“The relationship with Romain Brillaud and Davide is very good,” Kirkhope said. “I feel like those two guys are my friends and we are friends. I’m sure we’ll fight at some point, but I feel like we’ll be friends forever.”
“That’s when you’re doing great work, right? When you’re building good relationships with people. You get along well, you can tell each other when you’re bad, things like that.”