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Romancing SaGa 2: Eternal Romance

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Catalog Number: PSCN-5039 (first print N30D-025; reprint NTCP-5039)
Released On: November 25, 1995 (first print February 21, 1994; reprint October 1, 2004)
Composed By: Kenji Ito
Arranged By: Ryou Fukui
Published By: NTT Publishing (first print NTT/Square Brand)
Recorded At: TOKYUFUN, Studio TAKE ONE
Format: 1 CD
Buy this CD from Otaku
Tracklist:

01 - Preface to the Saga ~Prologue~
02 - Colors
03 - Aspirants
04 - Mermaid Tears
05 - Nereid Song
06 - Myriad Mystique
07 - Exotic Dusk
08 - Bitter Prophecy
09 - Embracing You in my Arms
10 - Preciousness ~Epilogue~
Total Time:
58'17"

It's...uhh...different. "Little...yellow...different" comes to mind. But will it really be as effective as Nuprin?

If that didn't make any sense to you, then I've done my job in conveying my feelings about the CD. It was interesting, even entertaining, but when I listen to it I feel like I'm on the outside of an inside joke. Maybe it's because I've never played the game, but I am not sure.

If you haven't heard Kenji Ito's work before, I suggest you find another soundtrack of his before listening to this one. You really have to enjoy his music to enjoy this. A lot of people give this CD rave reviews, but I just don't have such an attachment to it.

At the moment, the only place I know of to get this CD is Otaku for a pretty good price of $26. And don't think they won't deliver just because of their reputation, they are the people that sent me my copy.

Reviewed by: Patrick Gann



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