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Largest Game Soundtrack Ever Made Reviewed: SaGa Premium Box
Twenty discs of music from... THAT series? In the words of a dubbed Naruto: believe it!
09.11.09 - 10:28 PM

You know the SaGa series, right? The one that can never seem to top big Square Enix franchises like Final Fantasy or Dragon Quest, but still manages to garner a small but faithful following? The series with names like Romancing SaGa, SaGa Frontier, and *shudder* UNLIMITED:SaGa?

Well, the series is celebrating its 20th anniversary, as are many other gaming franchises; 1989 was a good year. Anyway, to celebrate, Square Enix took all of the thus-far-released soundtracks for the series and mashed them into one gigantic box. To date, it is the largest single package ever in the history of game music. Trust us. We would be the kind of people to know these things.

Our way of celebrating the release is by bringing you a comprehensive review with nearly 50 images, 100 audio samples, a video clip, and a giant, wall o' text of a review from yours truly.

So click the link below and enjoy!


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