Ninja Gaiden: The Definitive Soundtrack (Vol. 1 + Vol. 2)
Ninja Gaiden: The Definitive Soundtrack (Vol. 1 + Vol. 2)
Ninja Gaiden: The Definitive Soundtrack (Vol. 1 + Vol. 2)
Ninja Gaiden: The Definitive Soundtrack (Vol. 1 + Vol. 2)
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Ninja Gaiden: The Definitive Soundtrack (Vol. 1 + Vol. 2)

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Estimated Ship Date: January 2022

Ninja Gaiden, of the most iconic and beloved 2D action game series ever created, was first released in the arcades in 1988, while making its console debut on the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) later in the same year. At the time of the console release, Ninja Gaiden was renowned not only for its deep storytelling beautifully visualized by TECMO’s unique “cinema scenes,” but also through its legendary chiptune soundtrack, whose unique rock-’n’-roll sound and drum beat instantly became a formative musical experience for players who were only just getting into video games.

Ninja Gaiden: The Definitive Soundtrack is divided into volumes. The first, Ninja Gaiden Vol. 1, features the music of both the NES title and the Arcade game, both titled Ninja Gaiden. The follow-up, Ninja Gaiden Vol. 2, features the music of both Ninja Gaiden II: The Dark Sword of Chaos and Ninja Gaiden III: The Ancient Ship of Doom. This bundle includes BOTH Vol. 1 and Vol. 2 at a special price. These legendary soundtracks have been digitally restored under the supervision of Keiji Yamagishi, one of the original series composers. The booklet includes a comprehensive roundtable discussion among several members of the original development team, including the director, producers, artist and composers; an essay by game historian Ray Barnholt; and original archival artworks.