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RPGFan Soundtracks Update
The power of three!
05.27.12 - 11:51 PM

They say three is the most powerfully magical number. Or did Lord Voldemort say it was seven? I can never remember. But for tonight's update, three certainly is the operating numeral.

Beginning the bombardment of three-centric albums is Patrick Gann's review of the excellent Piano Opera Final Fantasy IV/V/VI collection. This disc features some great piano arrangements from the SNES trio of Final Fantasy titles, so be sure to check it out if that sounds like it's in your wheelhouse!

I myself had quite a bit to say this week, and you can see it all in my reviews of the Mass Effect 3, Kingdom Hearts: Dream Drop Distance, and Diablo III soundtracks! Each of these albums is diverse and full of great music, so be sure to check them out and listen to some of the samples!

We've got a lot more in store-- particularly if you're into the Atelier series, so be sure to check back very soon for another round of reviews! And as always, thanks for supporting RPGFan Soundtracks!


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