The Last Ninja was one of the most successful games released on the Commodore 64, and no one won’t agree with that statement. If there is someone, that person is simply wrong!
One of the many highlights of the game is its music, and now it might be possible to listen to the soundtrack as rock/metal covers. It all depends on the success of this new Kickstarter campaign that will start on March 1st.
The album will feature 34 tracks recorded with real guitar, bass, drums, and keyboards! In a modern World it, I guess it is a good idea to make that clear.
The group behind the campaign is FastLoaders, a trio whose mission is to provide humanity with stunning remakes of computer game music! They clarify that The Last Ninja soundtrack is owned and copyright registered by Anthony Lees, High Technology Publishing Limited, and Reyn Ouwehand/Prevue Productions, and it is fully licensed for the campaign.
The campaign pledges that gives you the right to get the album starts at £14. Depending on the value pledged you can also watch a live concert and a Blu-Ray.
We are not affiliated with the group behind the campaign, but the proposal is fascinating, so we are going to follow its development and report here.
UPDATE: I was listening to the music available, and they are awesome!