Enter the Gungeon's composer discusses his approach to the game's soundtrack

Enter the Gungeon is a fantastic game in all areas, music included. The tunes you hear throughout the title were crafted by rapper/producer Adam “Doseone” Drucker. In an interview with Kotaku, Drucker gives some insight into how he came up with the catchy tracks for Enter the Gungeon.

“Even though the game is adorable, the music had to kind of be kicking ass, you know what I mean? So it’s the two together, the bullet hell-ness. The intense but likable music. Catchy but not, lyrical. All of that stuff contributes to the ease in which you feel like doing another run, you know? So that’s kind of what I worked on was just making this big body of music that sounded really similar. All the songs were sisters in how they were mixed and sort of how they felt. A little bit of chip, a little bit of strings and horns and screaming and drums. All the time.”

Categories: Interviews, Consoles
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