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"Paper Mario: The Origami King": Two New Music Arrangement Covers Targeting Yet Another "Boss Fight Theme"

Posted by Merit Celaire on Thursday, June 10, 2021 - 10:12 PM

My gosh, everyone, how in the world do these composers at Intelligent Systems (who are the developers of the latest Paper Mario installment, Paper Mario: The Origami King) come up with these insanely addictive "boss fight" themes for their games? These latest Super Nintendo music style arrangement covers that I've just finished the process on and posting for you all tonight are evidence of how addictive they are.

This time around, the covers that I've done here to share with you all tonight target yet another "boss fight" song which is heard when players have managed to ultimately corner the so-called "King Olly" at Origami Castle and initiate the first phase of a very long "final confrontation"... and it involves a "battle of the vellumental powers" between King Olly and Olivia.

Like my previous arrangement attempts at boss fight songs from this installment in question, there are two "versions": the "main theme" and the "ring setup theme". Both also use the Super Nintendo music instrument set heard in the "Disney's Aladdin" game (developed and published by Capcom).

That's it for now, everyone; I wanted to see about getting this one off my planbook's music arrangement target backlog before the "E3 2021" happenings officially start in less than a day from now. As always, if you have any problems with accessing the aforementioned files in this announcement post, don't hesitiate to email me as soon as possible with your concerns. See you all later.



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