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Patrick Gann
New Concert Featuring Great RPG Music In ... Singapore?
"Fantasy Comes Alive" featuring special guest Hitoshi Sakimoto at the end of this month!
04.07.10 - 7:02 PM

A two-night event will take place in Singapore on April 30th and May 1st of this year. "Fantasy Comes Alive!" is a video games and anime concert directed by Adrian Tan and featuring special guest Hitoshi Sakimoto (Valkyria Chronicles, Final Fantasy Tactics and all other Ivalice world titles).

The full set list has not yet been revealed. But there are going to be some great tunes from video games and anime. Specific to RPGs, they will have music from the Final Fantasy series, Chrono Cross, as well as the MMORPG Granado Espada. Let me assure you, the latter of those three titles might not mean much to you, but that's some fantastic music. And considering the primary sponsor for the concert is IAH Games (creators of Granado Espada), it's no surprise they're featuring their own music. As to what music from Sakimoto's library will be performed, it's anybody's guess at this point.

Anyone in or near Singapore during that weekend would do well to attend the event. Tickets are on sale and range from $20 to $50 (USD) each depending on seating location. The event will take place at the NUS Centre For The Arts.


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