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9 thoughts on “ Zap! Caballero Family - Kenji Ito - SaGa Frontier: Original Soundtrack (CD)

  1. The Saga series actually goes back to the Gameboy, where the first three games in the series were released in the US as Final Fantasy Legend The second trilogy, Romancing Saga , was never released in the US. Frontier is the 7th in the series. Kenji Ito provided part of the music for 2, as well as for
  2. May 30,  · Commercial (20 CD + DVD) published by SQUARE ENIX CO., LTD. on Aug 26, containing original soundtrack, video from The Final Fantasy Legend, Final Fantasy Legend II, Final Fantasy Legend III, Romancing Sa·Ga, Romancing SaGa 2, Romancing SaGa 3, SaGa Frontier, SaGa Frontier 2, Unlimited Saga, Romancing SaGa with compositions by Nobuo Uematsu, Kenji Ito.
  3. SAGA FRONTIER ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK [MUSIC] Vollständige Produktdetails ansehen. SAGA FRONTIER ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK [MUSIC] Bande Originale de Saga Frontier. 3 CD. Composé par Kenji Ito. Caballero Family 18 Ancient Tomb of Sei
  4. The definitive journalistic resource for all game music - updated on a daily basis with news, reviews, interviews, features, and more from the Japanese, Western, concert, and doujin scenes. Game Music:: Saga Frontier Original Soundtrack:: Album Information.
  5. SaGa Frontier Original Soundtrack is an album of music from SaGa Frontier, composed by Kenji Ito. The album's 75 tracks cover a duration of across three discs. The third disc contains a hidden track, track 0, which can be found be rewinding the album back from track 1. The album was published by DigiCube on July 21, with the.
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of SaGa Frontier: Original Soundtrack on Discogs/5(4).
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  8. In the mind of this reviewer, such a soundtrack would belong to Square’s Kenji Ito and SaGa Frontier. The game, released in late (early in the US) would ultimately become a cellar-dweller among the rest of Square’s star-studded line-up in the eyes of most at the time who were looking for the next big thing from the RPG kingpin.

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