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Double clear vinyl LP pressing. Ship to Shore PhonoCo. Is proud to present the original video game soundtrack to Capcom's Breath of Fire III, on vinyl for the first time! Charging onto the Playstation platform in 1997, Breath of Fire III was notable as the first game in the franchise to present itself with 3D environments and voice acting, along with it's expanded gameplay - one aspect of which allowed players to train and develop new skills under a tutorage system, heightening the immersive aspect of this JRPG. Taking advantage of this move to the 32-bit console, Capcom Sound Team's Akari Kaida & Yoshino Aoki ditched the epic orchestral arrangements as heard in previous games in favor of something that can only really be described as Japanese smooth jazz-fusion, making for a truly unique and pleasurable listening experience.
Double clear vinyl LP pressing. Ship to Shore PhonoCo. Is proud to present the original video game soundtrack to Capcom's Breath of Fire III, on vinyl for the first time! Charging onto the Playstation platform in 1997, Breath of Fire III was notable as the first game in the franchise to present itself with 3D environments and voice acting, along with it's expanded gameplay - one aspect of which allowed players to train and develop new skills under a tutorage system, heightening the immersive aspect of this JRPG. Taking advantage of this move to the 32-bit console, Capcom Sound Team's Akari Kaida & Yoshino Aoki ditched the epic orchestral arrangements as heard in previous games in favor of something that can only really be described as Japanese smooth jazz-fusion, making for a truly unique and pleasurable listening experience.
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Double clear vinyl LP pressing. Ship to Shore PhonoCo. Is proud to present the original video game soundtrack to Capcom's Breath of Fire III, on vinyl for the first time! Charging onto the Playstation platform in 1997, Breath of Fire III was notable as the first game in the franchise to present itself with 3D environments and voice acting, along with it's expanded gameplay - one aspect of which allowed players to train and develop new skills under a tutorage system, heightening the immersive aspect of this JRPG. Taking advantage of this move to the 32-bit console, Capcom Sound Team's Akari Kaida & Yoshino Aoki ditched the epic orchestral arrangements as heard in previous games in favor of something that can only really be described as Japanese smooth jazz-fusion, making for a truly unique and pleasurable listening experience.
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