Announcing the Shovel Knight Signed Limited Edition Vinyl - Japan Edition
Signed by Co-Composer Manami Matsumae and Package Illustrator Hitoshi Ariga; only 100 available
Launches Oct. 13 at 11AM PDT / 2PM EDT via Fangamer
As part of our exciting collaboration with Fangamer, we are releasing a special version of the Shovel Knight 2-LP. These 2-LP sets, originally released in Japan in February 2017, come with a postcard numbered 1 through 100 and are signed by Co-Composer Manami Matsumae and Album Package Illustrator Hitoshi Ariga.
The signed limited edition package will be priced at $50 plus shipping and any applicable taxes. Due to limited quantities, we are implementing a strict one-per-customer policy. Duplicate orders will be canceled.
The tracklist and vinyl pressing for this release are identical to the standard version, Shovel Knight The Definitive Soundtrack 2-LP Set, which was released in North America and Europe in January 2017. The gatefold has a few differences in the Japanese version, and comes with a unique Obi Strip. This package celebrates the contributions Japanese game creators have made to the creation of Shovel Knight.
The package includes:
Shovel Knight Original Soundtrack (Japan Version)
Japan-only Obi Strip
Japanese Language Album Booklet
English Language Album Booklet
Numbered Postcard Signed by Manami Matsumae and Hitoshi Ariga
Download Code for Digital Album of Shovel Knight The Definitive Soundtrack by Jake Kaufman
The Generation Series is directed and produced by Mohammed Taher and Marco Guardia, who recently worked together on the Billboard-charted Street Fighter II The Definitive Soundtrack. Their past joint works include the Brave Wave albums World 1-2 (2013), In Flux (2014), the ongoing Retro-Active albums by Ninja Gaiden's Keiji Yamagishi, and more. The Generation Series name, logo, and artwork templates have been designed by Cory Schmitz, who previously branded Brave Wave, Oculus, Sony Computer Entertainment Santa Monica, and more. Shovel Knight is developed and published by Yacht Club Games in North America and PAL territories, by Nintendo Co., Ltd. in Japan for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U and by 8-4, Ltd. in Japan for Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita.