If you’ve been enjoying the theme song to Super Mario Odyssey, you’re in luck! Nintendo has made the main theme song for the game, called “Jump up, Super Star’ available for purchase on iTunes. Aside from the fact that the track isn’t the regular price of $0.99 and is instead $1.29, it seems a bit strange for Nintendo to be selling you a theme song from a game that doesn’t come out for another week. But apparently there was such a fan demand for it on social media, Nintendo offered to make the track purchasable on its own.
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As far as the game itself goes, the song is performed by the mayor of New Donk City, Pauline. The real-world version is performed by Kate Higgins (also known as Kate Davis), while the composition of the big jazz number was created by Naoto Kubo, who is responsible for the music in The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask 3D and Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker before being tapped as the primary composer for Super Mario Odyssey. The game will officially be released on October 27th.
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