Blutiger_Engel wrote:I also like anything from Yuki Kajiura (the soundtracks for Xenosaga II and III were better than the games)
Deltron wrote:Hmm, if that battle theme is indeed from Episode 1 (I can't remember that far back any more!) then it might be by Mitsuda and not Kajiura. I can't remember if he did the entire OST or if it was a split. These days splits seem to be way more common, but I guess the first Xenosaga was kinda billed with Mitsuda as a big name, so... who knows.
Deltron wrote:Also love the Suiko III intro. Probably the best of them, I think. Aside from the music, it's a shame there was never an actual anime series or anything done in that style 'cause it's really, really good looking.
He did, and the music was great for Episode I except for some raisin the game had no BGM half of the time, which bothered me even more than the long-ass cut scenes or the fact that the game was too short.Chizen wrote:Yeah, I'm pretty sure Mitsuda did that.
I wish I could find the TK soundtrack; I can't find it anywhere (for free XD); I liked the music more than that game.True Perception wrote:I currently have that CD and the discs from Suikoden Tactics and Suikoden Tierkreis on my iPod.
Blutiger_Engel wrote:Yasunori Mitsuda did a great job for the first Xenosaga, Xenogears, Chrono Cross and Shadow Hearts 1.
Really? I have him as the guy who composed the SH2 soundtrack on my itunes (and I can tell the difference since I didn't like the second soundtrack nearly as much) so do I have them tagged wrong?cybersix wrote:Actually, Yoshitaka Hirota composed most of the soundtrack for Shadow Hearts. It was a damn fine soundtrack, though.
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