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21 Dragon Quest Soundtracks Reviewed
11.16.08 - 11:00 PM

Previously, we had a total of 44 Dragon Quest soundtrack reviews. Today, we add 21 more, coming to a total of 65 albums reviewed for the series.

We're not even going to list them all. I will say that I wrote the majority of these reviews, and thanks to co-editor Damian Thomas for chipping in with some reviews as well.

Just click on the Soundtracks page, and see all the reviews listed for November 16, 2008. That's what we got. It's absurd.

At this point, we'd like to pose a challenge to our readers: find a Dragon Quest soundtrack we haven't reviewed, and send me a message about it.

Some criteria:
1 - the "CD Theater" drama albums don't count. We'll get to them eventually, but let's face it, they're a low priority.
2 - the "singles" don't count, unless there's some unique content on them that wasn't covered in other albums (most of it is on the "Loula" vocal disc).
3 - no bootlegs. no doujin/fanmade.
4 - non-game doesn't count (the anime soundtracks, for example)

We're pretty sure we've got all the music covered. But, in case we're not covered, we want to hear about it! So, let us know! In the meantime, enjoy our complete Dragon Quest discography reviews section.


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