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Soul Blazer: Game rip

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Game info

Name: Soul Blazer
Alternate name: Soul Blader (Japan)
Characteristics: RPG
Publisher: Enix
Original/port composers: Kazz Tomaya, Yukihide Takekawa
Platform: Super NES (31 Jan 1992) - Japan

Music info

Released: 31 Jan 1992
Related Plaform: Super NES
Format: SNES music (SPC)
Composers of these tunes: Kazz Tomaya, Yukihide Takekawa
Source / Archiver / Ripper: Omni/
Music type: Game rip
Archived process: Archived completely
Num of tunes: 21
Complete: 100%
Size of archive: 78848 bytes

User reviews

  • "Another great rpg ost" (by Warcow, 12 Aug 2003) [8/10]
    A nice soundtrack with some real classic songs and variety, it even has two versions of the "Town" theme with the second being a little bit happier than the other. It's just too bad the ripper messed up the "Intro" song a bit in the beginning but it's no biggie though.

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Record created/updated: 26. September 2002.
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