It also includes a 3D video created by Remute and developer Blue G, and two QR-code bonus tracks. Unity is available now on Remute’s Bandcamp page. You can check out a video of the album below. Between the synthwave techno music and the cyberpunk visuals, Unity shows a real love of retro aesthetics. And the song is a bop!
Remute, a German musician, is renowned for releasing albums using vintage equipment; his most recent is now accessible on a Game Boy Advance cartridge. The 15 songs on the Unity album are about “unification, division, and trust.” There is no need for a region lock because the cartridge works with all GBA, SP, Nintendo DS Lite, or Analogue Pocket devices. What do Rockstar’s modifications actually imply for GTA6 and the gaming industry, asks Eurogamer Newscast? With an audio engine developed through the demo scene and GBA coder HorstBaerbel, Unity’s music is created in real time without the use of compressed files.
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