Xenoblade Original Soundtrack Import
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This original soundtrack contains 4 CDs, each with 20-25 tracks for a total duration of 286 minutes. The tracks range from atmospheric to epic rock (some are variation on a theme), most are beautiful, some are breathtaking and a few will stay with you for a long time. What is more, they are nicely arranged to comprise an album that can stand on its own.
Drive or work with the music of Monado, Colony 6, Shulk and his friends exploring a vast world in danger.
And on that note: Nintendo of America, release this beautiful game to North America finally!
I rarely buy game soundtracks now. This one was worth every penny.
It's an interesting mix of classical and modern instruments. Some tracks will remind you of The Witcher and Halo with their use of electric guitar and drum kits to accent classical instruments. Others echo the days of old school Final Fantasy and the Chrono series. This is an expensive soundtrack, but once you listen, you won't care how much you paid for it.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The background music of Xenoblade (Xenoblade Chronicles) that is very pleasant to the ear and sticks with you even after playing the game. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Alan
I loved this game so much, the music is beautiful and amazing. The package came perfect and I was not disappointed.Published 1 month ago by melissa
Got it on time. But the inner disc holders were broken and the disks don't stay in and I bought this as a collectable being a huge xenoblade fan.Published 2 months ago by Mitchell Huffstetler
Part of the case broke in shipping and now it won't hold one of the diva at all.Published 3 months ago by Matt Mawn
I have wanted the game and soundtrack for a while. My only complaint is that the case was scratched when I took it out of the bubble wrap package.Published 4 months ago by Piguy#1
This soundtrack is amazing. The best videogame soundtrack I have ever listened to.Published 4 months ago by Aaron Ebert