Post by AllenSmithee on Nov 12, 2010 9:31:33 GMT -5
Yeah, he did, AFAIK, and I'm not even within the superior levels of Falcom fandom.
I LOVE LOVE LOVE the TG16 version of Palace. That is such a best song, with the water drips and stuff... Mmm! Is the TG16 a selectable soundtrack in I & II Chronicles? I know it isn't on the PSP version of OiF, correct?
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Is the TG16 a selectable soundtrack in I & II Chronicles? I know it isn't on the PSP version of OiF, correct?
No, just the PC88, Complete and new Chronicles tracks. PCE tracks for it and Oath would have been awesome indeed but apparently there's a variety of issues preventing XSEED from using them. I'm guessing Falcom didn't use any other tracks for similar reasons.
Post by schlagwerk on Nov 12, 2010 12:19:52 GMT -5
OiF soundtrack all the way. When I listen to the X68k or PC88 soundtracks, they're nice but I find myself missing some of the extra arrangement and instruments from the SNES & Genesis versions. Case in point is every time I hear Elberm Mountains I keep expecting that more prominent organ melody from the SNES version.
That and the song that plays when you find Chester II just sounds like a complete garbled mess with the X68k and PC88 versions
"Ambition is the willingness to kill the things you love and eat them to stay alive."
I still say Falcom completely blew a great opportunity when they didn't include Descendant of Genos for that fight in the PSP version. Yeah, they'd have to PC88 and X6800-ify it if they wanted seamless soundtrack swapping but I say that's a small price to pay for the most appropriate damn song that fight could have. Sounds way better than Chop too...
I'm just waiting a save with the full gallery somewhere. I beat Inferno, Inferno Boss Rush and both optional bosses, so I'm done. I'm not gonna bore myself with Very Easy just because of Falcom's stupid design decision.
Behold! is just a pretty crappy song in general. I'm sure they could've found a much better boss theme to use for Garland. D:
And yeah, the arranging for Dawn of Ys was just... love. I'm still trying to figure out what on the soundtrack was synthesized and what wasn't. That... damn guitar in Valley of Quicksand was just love.
Last Edit: Nov 12, 2010 15:50:47 GMT -5 by Peytral
Yeah, I'm pretty alone in not liking The Strongest Foe. My least favorite final boss music in the series, EASILY. Also one of my least favorite boss songs in general, it's extremely bland and boring for me to listen to.