2015 Will Be 'HUGE' For RARE, States Game Dev Composer

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Robin Beanland, a composer for Rare, teased a piece of sheet music on his Twitter account, stating, "This is a HUGE year for RARE... and these notes."

There is no confirmation about what game the music is for.

Rare has been in the news a lot. Ever since Xbox lost Street Fighter V, Head of Xbox Phil Spencer has been looking to make amends for the misstep.

He stated via Twitter that he would be interested in "franchise bartering." This was in response to a fan that requested a new Banjo Kazooie or Conker game to make up for Street Fighter V.

This caused speculation that a new Banjo Kazooie title was in the works. There has been, however, no confirmation from Rare about these rumors.

Microsoft purchased Rare in 2002. Before that, the company developed some of the most memorable games for the Nintendo 64, including: Banjo Kazooie, Conker's Bad Fur Day, Donkey Kong 64, Perfect Dark, and Goldeneye 007.

It's hard to imagine that 2015 will be as big as the company's nineties glory days. But we will have to see what Rare has in store for us as the year progresses.

For more about Rare, visit the company's official website .