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Soukaigi

An Adventure game for PlayStation by Yuke's

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Title
Soukaigi
Platform
PlayStation
Release date
28 1998
Soukaigi box art for PlayStation

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Where Angels Fear to Tread: A Conversation with Hiroki Kikuta

Hiroki Kikuta is the music composer behind Square action RPGs Secret of Mana and Seiken Denstesu 3. Just as his electronic music for Square left a lasting impression on the era of 16-bit games, his live orchestral tracks found in Soukaigi and Koudelka are among the most original songs created for the Playstation console. Today Square Haven talks with the composer and game designer about his latest album, Lost Files, and the future of Hiroki Kikuta. Read on

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