Brave Wave is a music label based in Japan, dedicated to exploring the interplay between video games, music and nostalgia. The dual-natured label produces and publishes music albums, both solo and compilations, as well as compose music for videogames. It is run by Kuwait-based Mohammed Taher with co-directing from Manami Matsumae (of Mega Man) and Keiji Yamagishi (of Ninja Gaiden).

WORLD 1-2 Encore (ft. Manami Matsumae, Ben Prunty!) by Brave Wave

World 1-2: Encore is a full-length music album - a sequel to the acclaimed World 1-2 - which features the world's leading video game composers and remixers interpreting top game soundtracks. It features Manami Matsumae (Mega Man), Ben Prunty (FTL), Video Game Orchestra (Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII), The OneUps, Benjamin Briggs and more, remixing the music of The Legend of Zelda, Mega Man, Metroid, Fire Emblem, Sonic The Hedgehog, Super Hexagon and many more classic franchises. The album is available in both .MP3 and lossless .FLAC formats.


  1. Monomirror - Descent (Metroid)
  2. Nightswim - A Crook Man's Eyes (Mega Man 5)
  3. Cory Johnson - The Gerudo Ritual (Ocarina of Time)
  4. Manami Matsumae - One Shot, One Kill (Revisited)
  5. Video Game Orchestra - Full Focus (Super Hexagon)
  6. halc - Blast Radius (Mega Man X3)
  7. ABSRDST - Unified (Fire Emblem)
  8. Agent Whiskers - Wrath of the Tiger (Captain Tsubasa 2)
  9. Ben Prunty - Hot Machine, Cold Surface (Metroid Prime)
  10. Insert Rupee - Lost Our Marbles (Sonic the Hedgehog)
  11. AES - My Kind of Blues (Mega Man 3)
  12. The OneUps - I Do It for the Faeries (The Legend of Zelda)
  13. Benjamin Briggs & Theory of N - Pride of Nations (Captain Tsubasa 2)
  14. Xavier "mv" Dang - Primal Perspective (Parasite Eve)


And there's more! This extra 'WORLD 1-2' album has even more great tunes, and goes further down the remix tip, meaning that some of your favorite game soundtracks get seriously messed with by some of your favorite remixers ever - including FTL's Ben Prunty & Mega Man's Manami Matsumae. Double spectacular. – Simon Carless



  • "Masterful collaboration of professional game composers and enthusiast arrangers."

    Tony Ponce, Destructoid
  • "I never would have expected a tune from indie puzzler Super Hexagon to receive such an incredibly epic treatment. Once that rocking introductory riff kicks in, you know your face is going to get rocked off."

    Patrick Kulikowski, Pixelitis