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Slamming into the Japanese console market in late 1993, and reaching international shores in 1995, Phantasy Star IV: The End Of The Millennium quickly became a staple on the Sega Genesis / Mega Drive for RPG lovers, even with those not familiar with the franchise at the time. Set 1000 years after Phantasy Star II and 1000 years before Phantasy Star III, the fourth entry in the series maintains the quality game-playing mechanics and graphics that one had come to expect from the franchise, this time adding unique combination attack techniques (which the players had to work out for themselves) and gorgeous Manga-style illustrations.Considered by many to be one of the greatest RPG games in existence, Phantasy Star IV has continued to entrance players for three decades, with many citing the memorable soundtrack as being the reason The End Of The Millennium is now firmly entrenched in the joy centres of their brain. Driving the action forward, composers Izuho Numata and Masaki Nakagaki layer the soundtrack with an almost playful exuberance, every track retaining it's own identity throughout it's running time. Complex melodies and infectious basslines permeate the soundscape creating a remarkably enjoyable experience even for those who haven't played the game; it's a score that won't leave your head - or your record player - for days and as such is a must for VGM enthusiasts, particularly of the 16-bit era!Now pressed on vinyl for the first time, Phantasy Star IV: The End Of The Millennium - Original Video Game Soundtrack is presented as a double LP, featuring an 8 page booklet with new liner notes from Retronauts' Jeremy Parish and rare original artwork from deep inside the Sega archives!
Slamming into the Japanese console market in late 1993, and reaching international shores in 1995, Phantasy Star IV: The End Of The Millennium quickly became a staple on the Sega Genesis / Mega Drive for RPG lovers, even with those not familiar with the franchise at the time. Set 1000 years after Phantasy Star II and 1000 years before Phantasy Star III, the fourth entry in the series maintains the quality game-playing mechanics and graphics that one had come to expect from the franchise, this time adding unique combination attack techniques (which the players had to work out for themselves) and gorgeous Manga-style illustrations.Considered by many to be one of the greatest RPG games in existence, Phantasy Star IV has continued to entrance players for three decades, with many citing the memorable soundtrack as being the reason The End Of The Millennium is now firmly entrenched in the joy centres of their brain. Driving the action forward, composers Izuho Numata and Masaki Nakagaki layer the soundtrack with an almost playful exuberance, every track retaining it's own identity throughout it's running time. Complex melodies and infectious basslines permeate the soundscape creating a remarkably enjoyable experience even for those who haven't played the game; it's a score that won't leave your head - or your record player - for days and as such is a must for VGM enthusiasts, particularly of the 16-bit era!Now pressed on vinyl for the first time, Phantasy Star IV: The End Of The Millennium - Original Video Game Soundtrack is presented as a double LP, featuring an 8 page booklet with new liner notes from Retronauts' Jeremy Parish and rare original artwork from deep inside the Sega archives!
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Phantasy Star Iv - O.S.T. [Clear Vinyl]
Artist: Izuho Takeuchi (Cvnl)
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $54.98
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. The End of Millenium
2. Motavia Town
3. Field Motavia
4. Suspicion
5. In the Cave
6. Meet Them Head-On
7. Winners!
8. Defeat at a Blow!
9. Inn
10. Now on Sale
11. Motavia Village
12. Terrible Sight
13. Thray
14. Tonoe de Pon
15. Jijy No Rag
16. A Happy Settlement
17. PS1 Dungeon Arrange
18. Fal
19. Behind the Circuit
20. Poa-Poa
21. Organic Beat
22. The Black Blood
23. Laughter
24. Red Alert
25. Pain
26. Machine Center
27. Land Master Axv-25
28. Cybernetic Carnival
29. PS1 Dungeon Arrange 2
30. Her Last Breath
31. Take Off!
32. Dezoris Field 1
33. Dezoris Town 1
34. Dezoris Town 2
35. King of Terrors
36. Dezoris de Don
37. Requiem for Lutz
38. Temple Ngangbius
39. Dezoris Field 2
40. Tower
41. The Age of Fables
42. Ryucross Field
43. Edge of Darkness
44. Abyss
45. Ooze
46. The Promising Future 1
47. The Promising Future 2
48. Staff Roll

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Slamming into the Japanese console market in late 1993, and reaching international shores in 1995, Phantasy Star IV: The End Of The Millennium quickly became a staple on the Sega Genesis / Mega Drive for RPG lovers, even with those not familiar with the franchise at the time. Set 1000 years after Phantasy Star II and 1000 years before Phantasy Star III, the fourth entry in the series maintains the quality game-playing mechanics and graphics that one had come to expect from the franchise, this time adding unique combination attack techniques (which the players had to work out for themselves) and gorgeous Manga-style illustrations.Considered by many to be one of the greatest RPG games in existence, Phantasy Star IV has continued to entrance players for three decades, with many citing the memorable soundtrack as being the reason The End Of The Millennium is now firmly entrenched in the joy centres of their brain. Driving the action forward, composers Izuho Numata and Masaki Nakagaki layer the soundtrack with an almost playful exuberance, every track retaining it's own identity throughout it's running time. Complex melodies and infectious basslines permeate the soundscape creating a remarkably enjoyable experience even for those who haven't played the game; it's a score that won't leave your head - or your record player - for days and as such is a must for VGM enthusiasts, particularly of the 16-bit era!Now pressed on vinyl for the first time, Phantasy Star IV: The End Of The Millennium - Original Video Game Soundtrack is presented as a double LP, featuring an 8 page booklet with new liner notes from Retronauts' Jeremy Parish and rare original artwork from deep inside the Sega archives!
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