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Liz Maas
Xenogears Orchestral Arranged Album In The Works
You can never have enough music from this game, ever.
10.06.10 - 1:33 PM

It's been almost exactly twelve years since Xenogears was released on the PSOne and won a lot of RPG fans' hearts, including my own. Almost instantly after buying the game in late 1998, I bought the soundtrack and later Creid, the celtic-themed arranged album, both by fan-favorite composer Yasunori Mitsuda.

Turns out, we haven't heard the last of this game's music. Mitsuda sent a Tweet this morning, announcing that an orchestral arranged album for Xenogears is now in the works. He urged fans to visit the arranged album's site below (you will have to be a Square Enix member) and choose up to three favorite Xenogears tracks that they'd like to see on the new album. For anyone who needs a refresher, samples for all 43 of the original soundtrack's songs are on the website as well.


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