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Seeing Again - Hitoshi Sakimoto - Breath Of Fire V - Dragon Quarter: Original Soundtrack (CD)

8 Reply to “ Seeing Again - Hitoshi Sakimoto - Breath Of Fire V - Dragon Quarter: Original Soundtrack (CD) ”

  1. Nilar says:
    Aug 14,  · It’s good because the freaking composers of Final Fantasy Tactics, and the composer of Breath of Fire V: Dragon Quarter, Final Fantasy XII, Valkyria Chronicles and Odin Sphere worked on it. 😀 The rest of the OST is phenomenal too, but “Sortie” is by far the most epic one.
  2. Mogor says:
    Subsequently, Sakimoto begun composing the score of Capcom’s Breath of Fire V: Dragon Quarter, programmed by Yasunori Mitsuda’s Procyon Studio employees. The composer’s most outwardly diverse work to date, it blended orchestral, electronic, ambient, .
  3. Faesho says:
    -Going through Deadspace 2 again on Zealot difficulty -Lots of DoW2: Retribution beta multiplayer, and of course my collectors edition is on order -some WoW raiding, meh Looking forward to Space Marine, and DoW2:Retribution single player campaigns. Need to download the demo for Dragon Age 2 as well. Oh, and playing Photoshop every night as well.
  4. Miran says:
    > Breath of Fire: Dragon Quarter In all seriousness I lost count of how many revisions this blurb on Dragon Quarter's music has seen over the years. Originally, I said it would have been a better option to omit this score from this box and re-release the original, standalone soundtrack instead because it's not composed by a in-house Capcom.
  5. Mezilkis says:
    OST: Breath of Fire 5: Dragon Quarter - Original Soundtrack. Date de sortie: 21/12/, Ref.: CPCA~8.
  6. Tasida says:
    Yasunori Mitsuda (光田 康典, Mitsuda Yasunori, born January 21, ) is a Japanese composer, musician, and sound producer. He is best known for his work in video games, primarily for the Chrono, Xeno, Shadow Hearts, and Inazuma Eleven franchises, among various others. Mitsuda began composing music for his own games in high school, later attending the Junior College of Music in Tokyo.
  7. Zulkijora says:
    The Go “Whatcha Doin’” / 20th anniversary reissue on orange vinyl (“summer sun variant),” Third Man Records. Originally released on Sub Pop Records (I’m pretty sure we have the original CD from ‘99 around here somewhere), The Go’s first album featured the then not-famous Jack White on guitar (he left the band after the album’s release).
  8. Zulkira says:
    The Breath of Fire Original Soundtrack Special Box covers the series' complete range of music, from the SNES original right up to Dragon Quarter on the PS2. At 11 CDs and tracks, the sheer size of the soundtrack is both daunting and delightful, a work of truly monolithic proportions.

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