As news of Dragon Quest IV's U.S. release makes it way to the public, we have four new soundtrack reviews ready to go. Not only is the series known for it's old-school RPG goodness, but the music is top notch by one of game music's most famous composers, Koichi Sugiyama.
Our former Soundtracks Editor, Ramza, starts us off with the first of the highly acclaimed Dragon Quest orchestrated albums, Dragon Quest I Symphonic Suite. Following that are the very interesting Dragon Quest drama albums, CD Theater Dragon Quest I & CD Theater Dragon Quest II. Finally, we end off with our very own Sensei Phoenix's review of the fantabulous Dragon Quest III Symphonic Suite. More Dragon Quest than you can handle in a month!
On a side note, big changes are coming to the soundtracks section and should be taking effect soon. Along with a redesign of the section, we'll also be accepting multiple reviews for individual albums. So, if there's something you've been dying to write a review for and couldn't before, now's your chance to get writing!
For now, this is Chudah signing out.