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Gaijin Punch wrote:Wow... I'm up at 5AM... baby screams.
You know, I just played Zana Neo today after not playing for ages (1cc!... I know, it's easy) but that is partially what inspired this thread. The stage 3 track is great. It seems to me what was aimed for in ESPGaluda. I don't think ESPGaluda's soundtrack is bad. 3-4 years earlier I would've thought it was great. Trance is a genre done to death in Japan.
FYI, there is no Zanac Neo soundtrack that I know of.
Ganelon wrote:Lunar (Noriyuki Iwadare's finest IMO)
Ganelon wrote:And maybe this is weird, but I happen to prefer recent Cave soundtracks over the oft-touted Zuntata and Tecno Soft tunes.
Gaijin Punch wrote: I see the Okami Arrange one, but not sure if I'll like it. I like Okami's music b/c of the use of the Japnaese instruments.
Gaijin Punch wrote:I actually just bougth the Okami soundtrack. A whopping 5 discs with over 200 tracks. Very complete, to say the least. I see the Okami Arrange one, but not sure if I'll like it. I like Okami's music b/c of the use of the Japnaese instruments.
Really want an PD Orta soundtrack... don't want to pay 20,000 yen for it though.
Macaw wrote:Cosmic Psycho
A great adventure eroge with shooting sections thrown in (Yes, hentai games can be remarkable) released for the PC98 and I think also the x68k. This soundtrack is a must for people who like 80's style sci-fi type stuff with a fair amount of jazz thrown in.
zinger wrote:This is a great soundtrack! I actually met the composer / sounddriver coder for this game when I was in Japan (Ryu Takami), it was written by him when he was 17 years old!
zinger wrote: If you like this style, check out EVE: Burst Error! (PC-98) or Yu-No (PC-98), also by Takami. I'd also recommend Keishi Yonao's work, he produced the Saturn version of Yu-No aswell as a lot of other great stuff.
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