A little question: in your English / American version, is the term "SSGSS" written in-game?
In the French version, all instances of this form mention either "Super Saiyan Blue" or "SSB", there is no mention of "SSGSS" anywhere (it was basically just a placeholder term that is still being used in promos for some weird reason, when it was clearly renamed SSB even in-universe).
Since we see "SSGSS" in official trailers, I wonder if it also made its way into the English version as well, because there's no trace of it in the French version.
KinguKurimuzon wrote: VegettoEX wrote:
It's already confirmed to have replacement music
Thanos wrote:Is there any chance Super Butouden won’t have replaced music? Honestly if it has a replacement score (which it probably will) that would definitely take a lot of points off. Not as great an OST as SB2, but still great.
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I wonder how that works. Do they still have the source code for the Butoden games so they can directly swap out the soundtrack, or are they doing some complicated shit with the emulator like muting the regular music and playing new music based on context? Who even composed this soundtrack?
You know, the question of the composer is something I wondered even when Super Butoden 2 had a replacement score. They would probably not modify the game to the point of writing a new composer in the credits, but who knows?
I'm also surprised that, with the numerous in-game OSTs people compile by themselves on YouTube, nobody has even made a "replacement score" OST from Super Butoden 2, when the music was probably meant to be a believable soundtrack covering the original's style, making it an interesting OST by default. It's weird that there's no "alternate OST" (or should I say "alternative OST"? Not sure about the right term...) compiled by someone, somewhere.
Let's hope someone compiles the "new Super Butoden" OST for this one, if only for the curiosity of those who knew the original OST from back then.