Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle vinyl soundtrack now available

Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle - Ubisoft - iam8bit.com - Nintendo Switch

If you were looking to solidify your Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle fandom, look no further than iam8bit.com. The official soundtrack is now available as a 2XLP vinyl. Fans likely count the spunky orchestral music of the game as one of its highlights. In fact, I’ll venture to say that it is difficult to maintain a sour mood while playing Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle, and that is mostly attributable to the mischievous and quirky intonations of the game’s musical composition.

Famed video games music composer, Grant Kirkhope, lead the musical talent behind Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle. As a nominee and winner of several prestige awards including BAFTA, Kirkhope’s work dates back to the Nintendo 64 days with Rare-developed titles such as Banjo-Kazooie, Goldeneye, and Donkey Kong 64.  Now, the Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle soundtrack can be yours in the form of a vinyl edition for $40 USD over at iam8bit.com.

The outside of the cover displays the Mario-dressed rabbid complete with an actual fuzzy mustache. The inside of the cover, however, is a spread of the colorful world created by Ubisoft for the setting of M+RKB. Check it out for yourself below. And, in case you would like the physical copy strictly for its collectable appeal but would rather own a digital copy for convience, iam8bit.com has you covered. The $40 USD order includes the Vinyl and a digital download.

About Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle

If you own a Nintendo Switch and have not given this game a spin, you are doing yourself a disservice. The game features strategic turn-based action as Mario, Luigi, Princess Peach, and their rabbid crew face off against the rest of the troublesome rabbids to restore order to the Mushroom Kingdom. I am not a fan of turn-based strategy games, but Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle was an entirely different beast. The quirky characters, vibrant worlds, and intuitive gameplay made for one addicting experience. The game received high praise from critics.

Are you a big enough fan of Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle that you’re willing to part with $40 to snag this collectable vinyl? Would you be in the market for a sequel or another game of a similar caliber in the future? Let us know your thoughts on all things Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle in the comments below.

Chris Hinton
Accountant by day, video games enthusiast by night.  Somewhere in between all of that, I'm a husband, dad, and generally a giant man-child, too.  If a game is all about action, there's a safe bet I'm playing it.  I started laying waste to virtual worlds as a youngin' on the ol' Atari and haven't stopped since.