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Rhythm Encounter 14 – Music of the Year 2013 – Second Movement

The Rhythm Encounter Strikes Back! Music of the Year 2013 continues as Stephen, Derek, and a gaggle (though this time, a different gaggle) of guests as they explore the best tunes that last year had to offer. Rogues leave legacies, Minotaurs smash faces, Derek goes Welsh, and Stephen doubles down on two of his favorite series in part two of the madness, featuring a decidedly non-Hollow Rob Steinman and fresh faced newbie editor Brian Tomlinson!

Featuring: Stephen Meyerink, Derek Heemsbergen, Mike Salbato, Rob Steinman, Brian Tomlinson


1 – Main Theme – Rogue Legacy
2 – Battle b2 – Shin Megami Tensei IV
3 – Train Suplex – Final Fantasy VI: Balance and Ruin
4 – Selection of the Brave – Shining Ark
5 – Moon Wars – The Witch and the Hundred Knight
6 – More Closely – Falcom Field Zanmai
7 – Fighting – Triple Triad – Final Fantasy Remixes From VI VII VIII
8 – Steel Sings, Blades Dance – Final Fantasy XI: Seekers of Adoulin
9 – Double Cross – Shadowrun Returns
10 – Sinister Sunburn – Project Destati: Awakening
11 – Stop me (short ver.) – Mind=0
12 – Relative Key – Mind=0
13 – Vanishing Blade – Phantasy Star Online 2 Volume 1
14 – The Savior – Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII
15 – Kuroi Uta – Drakengard (Drag-on Dragoon) 3
16 – The Decisive Collision – Sen no Kiseki
17 – Stage of Adventure – Fairy Fencer F
18 – Answers – Distant Worlds the Celebration
19 – Phantasy Star Medley for Sympathy 2013 – Phantasy Star Series 25th Anniversary Concert Sympathy 2013 Live Memorial Album

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Stephen Meyerink

Stephen Meyerink

Stephen used to hang out here, but at some point he was either slain by Rob or disappeared after six hundred straight hours of chanting "I'm really feeling it!" while playing Smash Ultimate. (But seriously, Stephen ran RPGFan Music for a portion of his six years here, and launched our music podcast, Rhythm Encounter.)

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