RPGFan Soundtracks UpdateIt's a big'un! 01.21.12 - 9:03 PM
Hello folks, and welcome to the first post-new year soundtracks update! Without further ado, let's jump right in to the goodies!
First off, we've got Greig McCallum's thoughts on the Dofus OST 2.0 from Guillame Pladys. Dofus is quite a popular title in its home country of France, but it's perhaps a little less-known on this side of the sea. Either way, this is some interesting music; check out Greig's review for all the juicy details!
Next up, Kyle E. Miller brings us a review of the painfully short and only existing soundtrack release for World Destruction (Sands of Destruction to those of us not in Japan). To accompany that, Kyle also reviews theLord of the Rings: War in the North soundtrack, from the prolific Inon Zur. Finally, Kyle completes the hat trick and tells us how he feels about Disgaea 4: The Unforgotten Melody.
My favorite predecessor, Patrick Gann, also drops in with a boatload of coverage: Final Fantasy XI OST PLUS, Seiken Densetsu Re:birth, and a triple threat of Megami Tensei reviews with Last Bible III, Persona 2 Innocent Sin PSP, and the Persona 2 Innocent Sin PSP bonus disc.
Not to be outdone in his love for the Shin Megami Tensei series, Derek Heemsbergen also drops in to share his opinion of the Never More -Reincarnation: Persona 4 album, a collection of arrangements from, as you may have guessed, Persona 4!
There's certainly a lot to chew on with this latest update, but be sure to keep your eyes on the front page for more updates this month, as we have a ton of great stuff coming up!