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Fragile, Shining Force Feather, More Soundtracks Reviewed
And not a single soundtrack review from Patrick in this update.
10.11.09 - 4:41 PM

...that feels good...

Alright, first and foremost, Kim Wallace has a review of the two disc soundtrack for Fragile: Farewell Ruins of the Moon. The post-apocalyptic, flashlight-shining survival/graphic adventure/RPG for Wii is coming to America in 2010. The game looks great. The soundtrack is surprisingly good too. Thanks, Kim, for giving us a glimpse of the game's audio!

Next, Neal Chandran has a review of the two disc soundtrack for Shining Force Feather. These two discs aren't as memorable as the two that Kim reviewed, but that's okay. This keeps us on our "completionist" streak for the Shining series. If you think this DS game might have good music, be sure to read the review and check the audio samples. We may sway you yet.

Neal also reviewed the vocal album for Yo-Jin-Bo. It only has three tracks not found on the OST. What's up with that?

Finally, reader-reviewer Dragon God makes good on a four-year-old promise to yours truly and submits a review for The Nightmare of Druaga's soundtrack. This PS2 dungeon crawler didn't do so hot in North America, but it has a pretty chill soundtrack from SuperSweep team members.

That's it for today. Next update? I have no idea. But the music will keep coming in, I promise you that. Maybe we'll hit up the Demon's Souls soundtrack. You'd like that, right?


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