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GAME Review
10.23.07 - 5:42 AM

In this special soundtracks update, two members of the RPGFan staff tackle one exciting new album. Editor-In-Chief Eric Farand, along with Soundtracks Reviewer Patrick Gann (me), took a look at Piano Squall's debut album "GAME."

Typically, it's our policy in the RPGFan Soundtracks dept. not to review fan-based albums. This generally applies, however, to Japanese doujins which are both plentiful in number but rare in printing. Also, many Japanese doujins are not properly licensed royalties etc. We have, in the past, covered fan-based projects from Western studios, including KFSS's "Project Majestic Mix" and "Square Dance," as well as OneUp's "Time & Space" and "Xenogears Light."

Michael "Piano Squall" Gluck's new album, which we reported earlier this year as being an album that supports charity (National MS Society) and sells for a decent price, might be something you'd enjoy. Be sure to check it out!


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