A beautiful game needs beautiful music – Blue Moon interpreted by Ayaka

“Blue Moon” written in 1934 by Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart, interpreted and performed by Ayaka.

It is not uncommon for releases of Japanese role-playing games to begin with swinging pop songs or revealing rock. That a seemingly epic story like Tales of Arise seems to contain would get a romantic push to song trailer surprised me positively. The song “Blue Moon”, written by Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart 1934, is by now quite worn. But the Japanese artist Ayaka makes it feel both new and charged. In interaction with well-chosen moments from Tales of Arise it will be magnificent!

Is it a tear I see in Shionne’s eyes?

Tales of Arise will be released on September 10 for Playstation 4 and 5, Xbox One and Series X / S, as well as for PC.

Unfortunately, the performance of Ayaka Iida not the opening song of the game, this is what Kankaku Piero does with the song “Hibana”. This rock band has previously done songs for Black Clover.