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Gotzendiener: Game rip

Game info

Name: Gotzendiener
Characteristics: Action
Publisher: NEC
Original/port composer: Kenichi Ookuma
Platform: PC Engine CD / TurboGrafx-CD - Japan

Music info

Related Plaform: PC Engine CD / TurboGrafx-CD
Format: Digital audio (WAV / Redbook Audio / MP3)
Composer of these tunes: Kenichi Ookuma
Info Source: Warcow
Music type: Game rip
Num of tunes: 9
Num of CDs: 1

User reviews

  • "Knight Yusha" (by Warcow, 28 Oct 2004) [7/10]
    I admit that I'm not the biggest fan of Square music, except for some FF music, especially the FF6 game, but this game ost has some good music to offer. It's not only synths, it also has acustic guitar arrangements and it's also not only asian inspiration, it also brings along a very arabic/asian track with the Main Theme, a great track I must say. It doesn't reach the top in any way but it's worth listening to.

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Tracklist

01 - Main Theme
02 - Princess Sorceress
03 - Sword of Fate
04 - Graveyard Labyrinth
05 - Rim ~Goddess of persisten
06 - Crystal reef
07 - Rebirth
08 - Devil Temple
09 - Misa

Music download

Digital Audio tunes download information

Record created/updated: 17. October 2004.
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