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Beneath This Blue Sky

Posted by shanoah on December 26, 2009

Well, that’s it for Christmas.

Just as a general reminder that I like Japanese rpg game music, I thought you might enjoy this piece. It’s from Atelier Viorate, and is titled Beneath This Blue Sky. If the game title sounds familiar, it’s the game Gust did right before Atelier Iris 1. Unfortunately, they haven’t localized anything before that point for English, so we don’t get to play it (Except for people who speak Japanese, anyways).

OTOH, that might be for the best, given what happened with Ar tonilico 2. Very good game; lousy localization. Wonder if they’ll get Ar tonilico 3 right? Of course, I’ve already heard that you’ll gain power levels in it by having your (attractive female) characters strip, so I don’t know what that game’ll be like anyways…

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