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Recap Compilation Archive: Wild Arms the Vth Vanguard

Here is another in our series, you should know the scoop by now: a Japanese game has just reached North American shores, we bundle the older related releases we have done and make a fresh torrent for people who are now just playing and eager to download the music.

This one includes the following: Nana Mizuki - Justice to Believe / Aoi Iro, Wild Arms the Vth Vanguard Original Score Vol. 1 and Wild Arms the Vth Vanguard Original Score Vol. 2.

posted by Godai on 30 August


comment #1

It'll prolly be awhile until I get around to WA5, but I love the recap idea nonetheless.

comment posted by Tom Kenney on 31 August

comment #2

I'm really missing Michiko Naruke in Wild ARMs 5. It just doesn't feel like a complete WA game without her.

comment posted by big snorlax on 02 September

comment #3

Thanks for this re-release. I must've missed this one when it first came around. Since I'm playing through the game right now, I'm actually finding lots of tracks to enjoy. Sure, I miss Naruke, but there's still enough "sagebrush" feel to go around.

I didn't know there were six discs in total - that's pretty long. Is the music split evenly between the two, or does the first vol. of the OST have all the music from the first half of the game while the second OST has the music from only the second half of the game? That's the way it was done with a two-separate-volumes release like Suikoden II's OST, but on the other hand, Grandia had two separate double-disc OSTs, and their track division was somewhat arbitrary.

comment posted by tenken on 03 September

comment #4

Good stuff, thanks for sharing this again!

comment posted by Bear on 04 September

comment #5

Can someone reseed this...
There's no seed at all at the moment
I really love WA music

comment posted by tgame on 19 November

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