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Old Dec 15, 2008, 04:45 PM
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Now THIS is how you make a booklet! It's got...

-Individual Track by Track Composer Comments
-Photos of the Recording Session and the Instrument Performers
-Interview Questions with the Producer
-Full Staff and Credits List in English

Pretty much everything you can hope for in a booklet, Thanks Aniplex!

As for the music, it's got old-school compositional charm like early Namco, early FF, and early DQ titles did.

It's a playful and unique sound using all live instruments, but it doesn't aim for a professional orchestra sound, it's rather like a elementary grade-school band (using recorders, xylophone, tambourine, etc) so it's a childlike and fun sound.

Even though I knew nothing about this game, based on the very first listen and looking through the packaging I'm already very impressed with this title and will now go look up some screenshots and gameplay videos. (Trailer here)

Times like this are when a blind purchase pays off and you discover a total gem!
A fun sound which will remind you of youthful gaming days.

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Old May 9, 2014, 02:32 AM
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Any particular reason to use "Namaikida" and not "Namaiki Da"? Kind of weird for that particle to be stuck on the end while the others aren't.
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Now THIS is how you make a booklet! It's got...

-Individual Track by Track Composer Comments
-Photos of the Recording Session and the Instrument Performers
-Interview Questions with the Producer
-Full Staff and Credits List in English

Pretty much everything you can hope for in a booklet, Thanks Aniplex!

As for the music, it's got old-school compositional charm like early Namco, early FF, and early DQ titles did.

It's a playful and unique sound using all live instruments, but it doesn't aim for a professional orchestra sound, it's rather like a elementary grade-school band (using recorders, xylophone, tambourine, etc) so it's a childlike and fun sound.

Even though I knew nothing about this game, based on the very first listen and looking through the packaging I'm already very impressed with this title and will now go look up some screenshots and gameplay videos. (Trailer here)

Times like this are when a blind purchase pays off and you discover a total gem!
A fun sound which will remind you of youthful gaming days.
I just came across this album being sold on Mercari (Japan) for very cheap. I did a quick search and came across your review on OSV. That convinced me to buy it. Looking forward to taking a listen.
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