The official piano collections for Celeste! 'With some of my previous work, I’ve taken incredibly simple source material and added layers of complexity and harmonic sophistication to make it work ideally for solo piano. In the case of Celeste, however, I often found I had to reduce what was already super complex and rich down to its core elements to make the material manageable on a single instrument. Lena has a way of brilliantly hyper-saturating the music with rhythmic ideas, counterpoint, and in some cases even multiple lead lines, with an end result that is immensely satisfying. Each track is a sort of ‘complete meal’ for the ears. So taking those full-to-the-brim tracks and transforming them into equally complete piano solos was actually the greatest challenge of any of the VGM piano arranging I’ve done so far. I sincerely look forward to fans having this new way to enjoy and explore this absolute gem of a soundtrack!' - Trevor Alan Gomes 'I grew up playing Japanese role-playing games, basking not only in the games themselves, but the music too. I chased after any way to listen to the soundtracks outside the game. Luckily, there was a local import shop that stocked not just the original soundtracks, but Piano Collections albums and sheet music of many of my favourites. Without fail, game after game received these amazing piano arrangements and I became familiar with the melodies and how to play them. When I heard Trevor Gomes’ beautiful Chrono Trigger Piano Collections album, I knew right away that I wanted to work with him on something. I had no idea that opportunity would arise so quickly, and so I find myself honoured to collaborate with him on these arrangements of my score to Celeste. He understands my music to its core, and I can’t wait for you all to hear what we’ve come up with. Enjoy!' - Lena Raine The Official Piano Collections for Celeste! Album art & illustrations by David René Christensen. Design by Rozen. LP: Limited Edition Purple Marbled Vinyl Track Listing - Prologue First Steps Resurrections Awake Scattered and Lost Quiet and Falling In the Mirror Madeline and Theo Confronting Myself Little Goth Reach for the Summit Exhale My Dearest Friend
When Boss Fight Books first gave fans the chance to vote for the game they most wanted a book about, they chose the epic time travel RPG Chrono Trigger. Featuring new interviews with translator Ted Woolsey and DS retranslator Tom Slattery, Michael P. Williams's book delves deep into connections between Crono's world and ours, including Chrono Trigger's take on institutions such as law and religion, how the game's heroes fit and defy genre conventions, and the maddening logical headaches inherent in any good time travel plot. From the Magus dilemma to the courtroom scene, find out why many consider this game the high point in the entire role-playing genre in this in-depth examination of Chrono Trigger, a ton of fun and a true work of art. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Michael P. Williams. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/124076/bk_acx0_124076_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
It is still a jRPG game with tons of interesting characters, great plot, and a world which is going to amaze you with its beauty. Fans of the series are going to find many references to previous installments. If you are a fan of the Final Fantasy series, then is a good choice for you. 30 days subscription included!When you buy Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn + 30 Days Included Final Fantasy you are not only going to get a game itself but also the 30 days subscription. What does it mean for you? Basically, an entire month of fun and awesome gameplay. Perfect for long and cold winter nights. Thanks to the subscription you are not only be able to play but you also get access to all awesome elements connected with the Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn .Gameplay of FF XIVWe are more than certain, that the thing that interests you the most is the gameplay of FF XIV. It a MMORPG game with strong jRPG elements. In other words you are going to do a lot of quests, explore the entire big world, make friends with other players, join guilds, participate in raids etc. In other words you are going to do everything you might know from typical MMORPG games. However, what about jRPG elements you might ask? We can assure you that authors of the game did not forget about the roots of the genre.There are many elements you might know not only from the Final Fantasy series but also from other jRPG (like Chrono Trigger, Breath of Fire, Grandia or Legends of Mana). For example in Final Fantasy XIV you will be able to gain access to the airship (which is a mandatory element for most of jRPG games). Furthermore, in battles you can use powerful limit breaks. For those of you who are not familiar with jRPG's, limit breaks are powerful abilities which can be used only, when a special gauge is filled. Each class and job has a different limit break. After you gain 30th level you can start a quest in which you have to obtain a soul crystal. Different soul crystals unlocks various jobs. These jobs are as following: paladin, dragoon, monk, bard, warrior, white mage, black mage, summoner, scholar, ninja, machinist, dark knight, astrologian, samurai, and the red mage. Fans of the series should be familiar with most of these jobs. The rest of you are going to have so much fun, experimenting with different classes and jobs. If I might be honest with you, I am still waiting for the implementation of the Blue Mage.Plot and CharactersPlot and characters are also quite developed in Final Fantasy XIV. Starting with the plot you are one of a few heroes, who were selected to save the continent known as Eorzea which is located in the fantasy world, Hydaelyn. The entire world is currently trying to rebuild itself after the catastrophe which happened when someone was reckless enough, to summon king of all primals (powerful, magical summons) the Dreadwyrm Bahamuth.Eorzea is still severely weakened by these events and there are many factions, which are going to try to use this for their own advantage and attack Eorzea. Mainly, the Garlean Empire. You need to protect Eorzea but soon you are going to realize, that Garlen Empire is not the biggest of your problems.Powerful weapons like Omega Weapon and Ultima Weapon are going to attack your beloved Eorzea. Do you think that you stand a chance against such enemies? Alone maybe not, but luckily for you, there are many people who are going to help you in your quest. For example, Papalymo a powerful sage of Lalafell race. His abilities in thaumaturgy are going to help you immensely. Then, there is Y'Shtola a priest from the Miqo'te tribe. She is a really interesting character with animal ears and tail. As you can see, you are going to meet many, interesting people.
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Tetsuya Takahashi is currently the head of game software company Monolith Soft, Inc. In the past, Takahashi has worked at Square (now Square Enix) and on such games as Final Fantasy V, Final Fantasy VI and Chrono Trigger. His most notable works are those within the Xenogears (Square) and Xenosaga (Monolith Soft) series, both of which he directed. He is married to Soraya Saga, who also worked with him at Square Enix, as well as on Xenogears, Xenosaga, and Soma Bringer. In September 2005, it was officially announced that Episode III would mark the premature end to the series, which was originally planned to span six titles. Episode III continues the storyline using the same cast of characters, with the addition of several new antagonists. Episode III was released in Japan on July 6, 2006 and on August 29, 2006 in North America.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Radical Dreamers: Nusumenai H seki is a Japanese video game produced by Squaresoft (now Square Enix) in 1996 for the Satellaview add-on for the Nintendo Super Famicom. It is a text-based Visual Novel in which the player takes the role of Serge, a young adventurer accompanied by Kid, a teen-aged thief, and Gil, a mysterious masked magician. The game belongs to the Chrono series and is a gaiden, or side story, to the 1995 game Chrono Trigger. It was released to complement its predecessor's plot, and later served as inspiration for Chrono Cross. It features text-based gameplay with minimal graphics and sound effects, and was scored by composer Yasunori Mitsuda.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! The Chrono series is a video game franchise developed and published by Square Enix (formerly Square). It began in 1995 with the time travel console role-playing game Chrono Trigger, which spawned two continuations, Radical Dreamers and Chrono Cross. A promotional anime called Dimensional Adventure Numa Monjar and two ports of Chrono Trigger were also produced. As of March 31, 2003, Chrono Trigger was, with 2.65 million units, Square Enix's 12th best-selling game (based on copies shipped), Chrono Cross was, with 1.5 million units, the 24th. The games have been subject to generally positive reviews.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Yasunori Mitsuda is a Japanese video game composer, sound programmer, and musician. He has composed music for or worked on over 35 games, and has contributed to over 15 other albums. He is best known for his compositions for the video games Chrono Trigger, Chrono Cross, Shadow Hearts, Shadow Hearts: Covenant, Xenogears, Xenosaga Episode I, and Mario Party. He began composing video game music for his own games in high school, and after graduation attended Junior College of Music in Tokyo. In 1992 upon graduation he joined Square (now Square Enix) as a composer after seeing a magazine advertisement in an office he was visiting with his professor. Despite his job title as a composer, Mitsuda worked for two years as a sound engineer. In 1994, after threatening to quit to Square''s vice president, Hironobu Sakaguchi, he was assigned to compose the soundtrack to Chrono Trigger.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! This is a listing of notable characters from the video game Chrono Trigger, a console role-playing game released in 1995 by Square Co. (now Square Enix) for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System video game console. In keeping with the time travel theme of the game's storyline, the characters hail from different eras of a fictional history, ranging from prehistoric times to a post-apocalyptic future.