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Old Dec 30, 2007, 06:10 PM
Jazzz Jazzz is offline
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Default Doujin category

I must admit that I'm a bit lost with the Doujin category - what exactly counts as Doujin and what doesn't? The definition given on the page is "unofficial album by a fan arrangement group (One-UP Studios counts as this). The key should be that it was commercially released, so Overclocked Remixes do not count". How can a commercially released album be unofficial? If it wasn't properly licensed, wouldn't that be illegal? Can anyone perhaps give an example? What about the Project Majestic Mix album: I'm aware this is a fan project, but it was properly licensed from Square, so what makes it less "official" compared to any other FF arrange album (and there are some that were not produced by Square Enix, e.g. "Music Inspired By Final Fantasy" or the new "Distant Worlds" CD).
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