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Stephen Meyerink
RPGFan Music: The World Ends With You Crossover Tribute Review
What a wonderful world!
01.12.14 - 4:55 PM

DS darling The World Ends With You has its fair share of lovers and haters, as many unique experiences tend to. Much like the game itself, Takeharu Ishimoto's original music for the game was loved by many, but its use of dirty hip-hop/urban sounds and wild vocals did drive a few listeners away. One such person who falls into the former camp is editor Neal Chandran, who jumped at the chance to review the Crossover ~ Tribute album, a collection of TWEWY remixes originally played live and arranged by a variety of artists.

How did this one fare? Did it garner Neal's most metal seal of approval, or did it languish in mediocrity? Check out his full review, along with samples, to find out for yourself!


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