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Even the breezier tunes have a grounded quality to them and don’t feel light, airy, or fluffy. There are actually four renditions of the main motif, most of them minimalistic arrangements for various environments. None of these tracks feel too saccharine or goofy. They are happy, but not entirely carefree. It has seen five main installments: I guess we’ll never know

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My personal favorite is Sorabu’s theme. The few happier, breezier, and lighter tracks dispersed throughout the soundtrack act as nice palate cleansers. Some Suikoden games were better received than others e. As a huge fan of Celtic music it was a pleasure to encounter all those little gems within the score.

While the company suikoden tsumugareshi hyakunen no toki ost little-known, they have contributed music and sound effects to numerous casual console games and low-profile RPGs in the past. In similar fashion, “Violent Soldier of Rage” is another frantic and suspensful action theme with fantastic string and percussion segments.

The first game set hyakuneb high bar with its memorable compositions “Gregminster” is suokoden one of on all time favorite town themesand this latest Suikoden title continues to meet that standard with an excellent soundtrack of its own. In similar fashion to its predecessor “Tears in the Sky” from Suikoden Tierkreisthe song features an uplifting pop euikoden with catchy melodies and soft organic instrumentation.

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Genso Suikoden Tsumugareshi Hyakunen no Toki Original Soundtrack & Drama CD

As far as I’m concerned, the vocal theme is decent enough, but it’s not as majestic as the other music on this soundtrack, so I didn’t miss it too much. However, ot only satisfy for a while, because there simply isn’t enough variation within the soundscape and its development.

Tsumugareshi Hyakunen no Toki has also a lot of military and dark material to offer. Now that that little tantrum is out of the way, let’s turn to the music we do have here. Summary Overall, the score for Konami’s latest entry of the beloved series is definitely a mixed bag. Even within the vortex of war, there is levity to be found.

The instrumentation is crisp, and the compositions reflect a variety of moods, locations, and scenarios. Sign up Forgot password?

Genso Suikoden: Tsumugareshi Hyakunen no Toki Original Soundtrack & Drama CD

If you’re familiar with Kumi Tanioka’s work in Final Fantasy: A nice opener, definitely, though it’s sadly featured in its shortened game version here. Tsumugareshi Hyakunen no Toki did just that and is one of the best soundtracks I’ve heard in In keeping with Suikoden tradition, the music is fantastic.

Indeed, there are some dramatic “crisis” pieces and some additional boss battle themes. I guess we’ll never know Since the second disc is akin to the second chapter in the hero’s journey, this is when the world opens up and shikoden start to rear their ugly heads.

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Have something to say? Tsumugareshi Hyakunen no Toki has not been announced for release outside of Japan, but I hope it is released, because the grand nature of the music makes me hungry for a grand adventure. And this is why I am left wanting more. I always love when Hyakunenn soundtracks feature multiple battle themes, since I spend the majority of my playtime in battle, and I am left more than satisfied here.

None of these tracks feel too saccharine or goofy. A CD packed with over an hour of drama dialogue all Japanese of course and snippets of background music?

Genso Suikoden: Tsumugareshi Hyakunen no Toki Original Soundtrack & Drama CD

Way more interesting is “Attack of the Curious Looking Demon”, one of my favorite action cues from this score. The music is in the classical style that brings fantasy RPGs to life, featuring Irish sounding pieces, Mediterranean sounding pieces, and many other kinds of world music and cultural influences say hello in this soundtrack. Even the breezier tunes have a grounded quality to them and don’t feel light, airy, or fluffy.

While Norikazu Miura returned as audio director, he made no direct contribution to the score sadly. Takamoto, under direction of Norikazu Miura, ultimately made tsumuugareshi compromise.

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