God of Rock: Character Spotlight videos and soundtrack videos

God of Rock is a rhythm x fighting game hybrid developed by Modus Studios, and releasing on Nintendo Switch April 18th worldwide. And ahead of that release, Modus Games are planning to share Character Spotlight videos in order to introduce and showcase the various playable characters.

And in this post, you will find all the Character Spotlight videos in one place. Naturally, it will be updated as soon as a new video is shared, so keep checking back!

Here’s the videos available as of writing:

  • Ziggy (December 18th)

Introducing Ziggy: a spaceman from a small moon where everyone wears grey suits and rock was outlawed a long time ago. Get to know Ziggy’s abilities and why he could help you become the God of Rock Champion.

  • King (December 23rd)

Introducing King, the most hip rocker with a mean signature hip swing!

  • Rosetta (December 31st)

Introducing Rosetta, the rocker who is ready to paint the town RED!

  • Hilde (January 13th)

Introducing Hilde, a devoted abbess who uses her holy lyrics to strike down unworthy musical opponents!

  • Johann (January 20th)

Introducing Johann! A skilled biker and innovative machinist, Johann steps up to the challenge with a symphony of bionic enhancements.

  • Kosaku (January 27th)

Introducing Kosaku! Called upon by the God of Rock, Kosaku is ready to emerge from hiding to perform the melodious sounds of the universe. This unique stance character can switch between deadly fire attacks and tricky ice attacks to become one with nature’s forces and claim his victory!

  • Tophat (February 3rd)

Introducing Tophat! A Granny’s boy and Samba master, this elusive fighter will hustle his way around any opponent’s tricks. With Tophat’s sticky fingers and tricky dance moves you will swipe that victory right out from under the opponent’s nose.

  • Queen (February 10th)

Alert the paparazzi! This stylish Queen is headed down the runway to makeover the competition. With Queen in charge, she’ll help your natural beauty (and talent) shine over the competition to take home the God of Rock gold.

  • Champ (February 17th)

Introducing Champ! Champ melts hearts everywhere he goes with his brilliant baritone voice—he has a gift for making fans swoon. This dashing theater big shot will leave opponents starstruck with his mere presence. Master Champ’s perfectionist performance to dazzle the opponent and become the God of Rock champion.

  • Ollie (February 24th)

No basic Ollie, this fighter drops in ready to take on this battle with a mic and a board. Ollie will do a 180 around his opponents as he raps his way to the top of the charts. Prove you’re not a poser and Ollie will grind his way to the top and land you a God of Rock victory.

  • Edith (March 17th)

As a sleep-deprived comic book artist, Edith dukes it out every day with crushing deadlines, writer’s block, and her inner critic. Her hands calloused from endless sketching will pack a punch. With Edith’s inky antics, you’ll send your opponent back to the drawing board and become the God of Rock’s centerfold champion.

  • Lyn (March 24th)

A free-spirited artist, Lyn strums her jingles to help everyone chill out and enjoy the journey of life. She uses her carefree philosophy to take her groovy tunes to the next level. With Lyn’s hallucinogenic effects, you can achieve enlightenment with a God of Rock victory.

Also, Modus Games have begun sharing some soundtrack videos for the game on YouTube. Each music track can be downloaded for free, and is also free to use for video creators (as long as the game and composers are properly credited!).

Here’s the videos available as of writing:

  • Answers (January 31st)
  • Roaring Gale (February 1st)
  • Ashes (February 2nd)
  • Terminal Velocity (February 3rd)
  • Bullets for Bellzebub (February 6th)
  • B.S.C. (February 7th)
  • Daybreak (February 8th)
  • Undertow (February 9th)
  • The Borderline (February 13th)
  • Burdens (February 14th)
  • Stillness (February 15th)
  • Of Storms Above (February 16th)
  • Saturday Night Fever (February 21st)
  • Tokyo Throw Down (February 21st)
  • La Luna (February 22nd)
  • Binary Star (February 23rd)
  • Mariune Machine (February 27th)
  • Voyage (March 1st)
  • CAPTURE / KILL (March 2nd)
  • My Name in Red (March 2nd)
  • God of Rock (March 6th)
  • Wanderlust (March 7th)
  • Roses Fall (March 8th)
  • To The Heavens (March 9th)
  • Hydroelectric (March 14th)
  • Hogaku Hoedown (March 15th)
  • Night’s Horizon (March 16th)
  • Chip Away at Eternity (March 21st)
  • Embers (March 22nd)
  • Time-Space Strife (March 22nd)
  • Second Wind (March 23rd)
  • Off The Rails (March 27th)
  • Dimensional Riff (March 28th)
  • Lacrimae (March 29th)
  • The Journey of Good Intentions (March 31st)
  • Cetacean Blue (April 4th)
  • Catch and Release (April 5th)
  • Bleeding Heart (April 6th)
  • Deity Diefied (April 7th)
  • Within Us (April 10th)
  • Call to Battle (April 11th)
  • Fractures (April 12th)
  • Final Destination (April 17th)
  • To Face the God of Rock (April 18th)
  • Inbound (April 20th)
  • God of Rock (End Credits) (April 20th)
  • Bloodmoon Sonata (May 1st)
  • Turboboost (May 3rd)
  • Techno for Squares (May 3rd)
  • Siren’s Masquerade (May 4th)
  • Spaceships in Sumer (May 4th)
  • Proxy War (May 4th)
  • Sizzle and Sway (May 16th)
  • Neon Nights on Motorbikes (May 16th)
  • Mangled Morse Code (May 23rd)

God of Rock (Switch) comes out on April 18th in Europe and North America.


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