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  1. Final Fantasy X HD....the dark aeons. I grinded and grinded and grinded and grinded as much as I could. And then I met Dark Yojimbo. A tough battle indeed. But to win that tough battle five times in a row without saving in between? I couldn't. I don't have the time or patience to grind and grind so much that everyone has max stats. I just don't. So I decided to quit on the dark aeons, and instead focus on beating Nemesis. I wanted to at least feel like all that grinding I did was worth SOMETHING.
  2. YEP. Ken's original theme is so good, it needs to be heard in all its arrangements.
  3. Do the Final Fantasy remixes have to come from Overclocked, or can they come from other sources as well (arrangement albums, live performances, etc...I think the answer might be obvious, but I wanted to double check. Cause holy crap will this be a tough one to submit for if any remix/arrangement is eligable)? Also, yay more Spencer Nilsen!
  4. Ugh, I wish I had reviewed this sooner. I listened to this awhile back, but didn't have the time to actually type up the full review. Until now. In short, I loved it. Love Chrono Trigger, love jazz, so this is one example of a perfect album for me ---- Yasunori Mitsuda did things in the games he composed for that not a lotof composers could do. He was certainly ahead of his time when he composedfor his first game, Chrono Trigger. So how do you rearrange the music of ChronoTrigger in a way that exemplifies, and honors the unique composing style thatYasunori Mitsuda brought to the game
  5. I'm excited because lately, it seems like most of my gaming time is spent on portable systems, largely because of my job. It takes me an hour and a half to get to work and back. If I didn't have my Vita (3DS once I get Pokemon Sun) with me for that kind of commute, I would have gone insane a long time ago But anyway, depending on the game library, the Switch seems like a logical choice for the next system for me to buy, only because I would have more time to play something like the Switch than any other console I would want, or currently own.
  6. Niiiice. Super Mario 64 was always my favorite Koji Kondo soundtrack, personally.
  7. Hello all. I wasn't sure whether to post this in the community forum, or this one. I'm going to try this one, because what I'm going to ask is for research purposes. But if this is in the wrong place, or if I'm breaking any rules, please let me know and I'll rectify whatever problems arise. I'm currently planning an episode of my podcast *points to the signature* devoted to the music of the main Final Fantasy games (1 through 14, none of the spin-offs). For this episode, I wanted to ask people what their favorite music piece is from each of the main Final Fantasy games, and why they like
  8. Awww hehehe, well I meant when I said it was still a decent addition to the album. I did read what you had to say in the directors notes, so I understand where you're coming from.
  9. While I never got the chance to play Morrowind, I absolutely agree with you on Skyrim being the better game, but Oblivion having the better soundtrack. As for the sci-fi playlist...that's gonna be a tough one to narrow down. Are these supposed to be tracks from sci-fi themed games, or tracks that sound sci-fi?
  10. So once again I'm the only one that has anything to say about the Apex albums? That's too much pressure, guys. The Apex albums are good! They need more comments than just my own! *Ahem* 1. Garrett Williamson, Yungtown - Main Theme of Apex 2016 - Super Smash Bros. "APEX" Source: "Character Select" Original Composer: Hirokazu Ando This track raises the bar for how competition events, let alone albums inspired by competition events should start. The introduction was flawless, and the rest of the track puts you in the mood where you oughta be for competition events. 2. Nebli
  11. Now this is an interesting idea for an album. An album based on energy levels, as stated in the directors notes, with the energy levels progressing from something with energy to the arrangements to serene lullaby arrangements that will put anyone in a relaxed state of mind. It’s not often we get arrangement albums that want to create soothing moods, so I really enjoyed evaluating this album for review. And as always, here are my takes on each individual track. And sorry if each track review seems short or abrupt in places. I was moving when I first listened to this, and I didn’t want to sit on
  12. It's so nice to see the Oblivion soundtrack acknowledged every once in awhile in the face of Skyrim's popularity.
  13. Cool. I figured it was Blizzard Entertainment, but I wanted to be sure
  14. Yeeeeeah Shell Shocked. Anything that promotes Turtles in Time/Hyperstone Heist is an automatic A+ Quick question. When you say blizzard music, you mean music from Blizzard Entertainment games, or music for stages with blizzard-like conditions?
  15. Final Fantasy V had an amazing, yet underrated soundtrack. Normally, a Final Fantasy OCR album would consist of arrangements of the entire soundtrack. DarkeSword does things differently with Final Fantasy V. Instead of arranging the ENTIRE soundtrack, the album is split into five smaller parts, with each part representing a specific element and specific characters. Part 1, Fire, was released in 2010. Part 2 came out last month. Very long wait to hear these nine tracks. And the result of that wait is one of the most creative arrangement albums on OCR. Track 1: La Princesa de Taikun –Theme
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