Yep, more soundtracks, the Nier Automata vinyl box was not enough!
The Arranged Nier soundtrack arrived a while ago before the others
and it does have a few amazing tracks, it does also have 2 discs but
the second one is just all the different versions of “Birth of a Wish”.
Since I have (almost) all of the Nier soundtracks now I thought it
was time to get Drakengard 3 as well, it is very similar in style
and does have a connection after all, finally I’m able to blast
“Final Song” in perfect quality, ahh.
I can’t believe it took me over 7 years to get the Xenoblade OST!
And lastly we have something that really surprised me,
a soundtrack with both the Lufia and Lufia II’s music,
released last year!!
How beautiful! I opened and listened to all of these but I should probably have
kept Lufia sealed, oh well, then I wouldn’t have seen the discs line up like this.
I should probably do a post with all my soundtracks soon, I don’t really collect
them but by now they are quite a few.
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Great stuff as always. So there where more Nier soundtracks, I thought you already had them all. Haha.
And congrats to Drakengard 3. 😀
The Xenoblade OST looks fantastic to and I think it’s like to get a hold of that one day.
I love when they did like that to cds, like they did with Lufia.
Still missing one arranged Nier soundtrack!
It felt a bit wrong to open the Xenoblade OST when I realized it has been sealed for almost 8 years already, oh well, it was meant to be listened to anyway.
It’s the best when you can line things up, game and book series spines that form a picture when you place them next to each other etc.
There was a new soundtrack release for Lufia I and II? Color me surprised! The last one I remember was that Estpolis series soundtrack released over a decade ago. That’s neat that they did a new release for the first two games!
Indeed a surprise! It says “Taito Vol 1” so I guess the plan is or was to release more Taito music but Lufia is all I care about!
I always planned on getting that other Estpolis collection soundtrack you mention but this suddenly seemed like a better choice.