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Stephen Meyerink
RPGFan Soundtracks Update
Sorry it's late, I was in the middle of some calibrations.
03.15.12 - 12:07 AM

Good evening, and welcome to the latest RPGFan Soundtracks update. Sorry for the delay, but unfortunately there was an intergalactic threat that needed quelling and thus demanded most of my time.

First up, we've got your weekly dose of Bob Richardson with his review of the lovely Devil Survivor Overclocked soundtrack. I was a huge fan of this game and its music, but was Bob? You'll have to read and find out. Next, the ever-reliable Neal Chandran drops by to sprinkle us with wisdom from his mighty brain-- and by that I mean share his thoughts on the Black Rock Shooter soundtrack.

Derek Heemsbergen also drops in to say a few words about SQ Chips Village/Vanguard Customer Bonus (an addendum to the excellent SQ Chips album). Finally, visual novel enthusiast (or at the very least, Ever17 enthusiast) Andrew Barker delivers his thoughts on the two disc soundtrack to the Xbox 360 version of Ever17.

Hopefully what we have on offer tonight will persuade you to forgive the tardiness, and if not, perhaps the promise of an upcoming interview with a certain composer whose name starts with a "Y" and ends with an "oko Shimomura" will.

Also keep an eye out this weekend for the Soundtrack Spotlight, and still further on the horizon, we'll have a nice big chunk of Mass Effect 2 and 3 goodness coming as well!


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