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Seiken Densetsu OSV

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Catalog Number: N23D-003
Released On: July 15, 1991
Composed By: Kenji Ito
Arranged By: Kenji Ito
Published By: NTT Publishing/Square Brand
Recorded At: Unknown
Format: 1 CD
Tracklist:

01 - Rising Sun
02 - Fighting Arena
03 - Requiem
04 - Endless Battlefield
05 - Village
06 - Town Music (Unreleased Track)
07 - Dwarves' Theme
08 - Glance Dukedom
09 - Dungeon 1
10 - Fight 1
11 - Royal Palace
12 - Mana's Mission
13 - Danger
14 - Jema's Realization
15 - In Search of the Sacred Sword
16 - Birth of Chocobo
17 - Theme of Chocobo
18 - Dungeon 2
19 - Moogles
20 - Dungeon 3
21 - Fight 2
22 - In Sorrow
23 - Let Thoughts Ride on Knowledge
24 - Mana Palace
25 - Julius' Ambition
26 - Final Battle
27 - Legend Forever
Total Time:
34'40"

Note: This soundtrack, along with the arranged disc, Seiken Densetsu ~ Let Thoughts Ride on Knowledge, were reprinted into one disc that is generally available. This disc is entitled Seiken Densetsu Sound Collections.

Despite limitations in sound hardware, Kenji Ito’s Seiken Densetsu OSV manages to embrace quality compositions and timeless melodies which will stay engrained in your memory long after experiencing the Gameboy RPG. An unreleased track, Town Music is fairly reminiscent of similar lighthearted themes of the Dragon Quest series, while songs such as Dungeon 2 and Mana’s Temple provide unique melodies which effectively flesh out the game’s mysterious and magical atmosphere. Overall, this is a nostalgic listening experience which Seiken Densetsu fans are sure to enjoy.

Reviewed by: Ryan Mattich



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