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Patrick Gann
Infinite Undiscovery Soundtrack Review (Plus FFXIII Single)
Wherein we make a finite discovery about one of our new writers.
12.12.09 - 8:41 PM

We recently brought on a contributing reviews editor named Bob Richardson. He wrote a review for the free-to-play MMORPG Dungeon Fighter Online.

My discovery about Bob is that he also knows his game music pretty well. So he's going to help us take on some big-name soundtracks. To start, he reviewed one that somehow slipped our radar last year: Infinite Undiscovery from Motoi Sakuraba. This tri-Ace / Square Enix RPG features a fully-packed three disc soundtrack with bells, bells, and more bells. The lesson Bob learns from this soundtrack? "Life needs more bells." I couldn't have said it better myself.

And since the last few days of RPGFan's coverage have quickly become "Final Fantasy XIII pre-release HypeFan," I thought I'd join in the fun by reviewing the theme song single for the Japanese version. It's already been announced that the international (American + European) release of the game will feature the song "My Hands" from Leona Lewis. But the Japanese version has its own songs from Sayuri Sugawara. Thus, we have the single for the song "Because You're Here." Enjoy!


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