I wonder if the in-game soundtrack will be more equal, unlike the PC one. I've always noticed that Be Careful was one of the quietest tracks; that is, the volume is lower on that track than every other song in the game, including the softer sounds! It makes no sense to me. I always thought that track would be as loud as the rest.
That's because the soundtrack was allowed to use its outdoor voice for those tunes.
So, given that we got Rush Out for the Seven CD, any chance of getting some version of Descendant of Genos on Oath's CD even though it wasn't used in the game and getting Falcom to add it in isn't an option?
Last Edit: Sept 12, 2010 20:29:41 GMT -5 by yotaka
Maaaan, I & II has such a great OST. I can't imagine being able to condense it to one disc. Then again, Felghana's got a great OST too, and I can't see that getting condensed easily, either. XD
The thing that helps, in Felghana's case, is that the OST ranges from great to amazing... and there's a very fine line between the two. So I just went with the amazing tracks first, then selected the best and most relevant of the great ones immediately afterward.
Well, I'll take your word for it. Although I've just recently played Ys III, I'm still trying to "avoid" OiF to psyche myself up as much as possible. I've listened to some of the tracks from the game but not all of it. I really wanna be wowed and amazed when I play the game.
I completely stopped listening to the SnK OSTs after I caught wind of the rumors circulating around everywhere so I've been slowly forgetting the music (although it's hard because it's so damn amazing) so that I can re-experience them in context and be wowed when I actually play the games, too. Of course there are some songs that just won't let themselves be forgotten, like Silver Will, but sometimes we have to make do.
Of course there are some songs that just won't let themselves be forgotten, like Silver Will, but sometimes we have to make do.
Well to be fair you'd have had Silver Will stuck in your head from the trailers anyway. Kind of like how I can't unhear Get Over the Barrier now. Personally I found myself liking a lot of the tracks I'd already heard even better in context, so there's always that too.
Silver Will was probably the first Falcom song I had ever heard, but I didn't even know what Falcom was until after I had played Ys I & II, then listened to Silver Will again and was like "Oh hey this is from a Falcom game".