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Super Robot Taisen OG Saga Endless Frontier: Music from the Endless Frontier

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Catalog Number: N/A
Released On: April 28, 2009
Composed By: Salamander Factory (Naofumi Tsuruyama, Takuya Hanaoka, Kayoko Matsushima)
Arranged By: N/A
Published By: Atlus
Recorded At: N/A
Format: 1 CD
Tracklist:

01 - Where Infinities Meet (Ver. SP)
02 - Legacy of the Lost
03 - Flawless
04 - Land of Twilight
05 - Marionettes' Waltz
06 - All Right! (sic) (Ver. SP)
07 - Flawless Full Moon
08 - Code ATA (Ver. EF)
09 - Dance It Out
10 - Orchestral Army
Total Time:
18'43"

Atlus USA is a clever, resourceful publisher. In their tireless efforts to bundle "extras" with their games, the first place to look is the easiest. Soundtracks are easy to bundle, primarily because they were probably released in Japan a few months prior. Everything is ther:; even the packaging (though you need to change text from Japanese to English). Thus, the soundtrack for Endless Frontier reaches North America.

This ten track CD is short, and if you're wondering why it's so short, it's because half of the disc was cut in the localization. There was 37 minutes' worth of audio, in the form of Japanese "drama" tracks, that existed on the Japanese bonus CD. Atlus cut those first three tracks, and left the music, and here we are with this album.

The music itself is really enjoyable, very catchy, definitely above-par for the series. Sadly, the CD is so short, with about 20 minutes of music, you can't help but want more. But this is all you're going to get, so if you want it, pick up a copy of the game that comes with the bonus CD, and enjoy!

Reviewed by: Patrick Gann



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