Chrono Trigger has a soundtrack that feels unlike any other video game's, but the music developed for each of the game's disparate timelines feels completely distinct, yet still includes musical motifs that reference each other. It's a staggering achievement.
As part of the promotional campaign for the two-volume set of his Bleach manga series' illustration collection book \"JET\" to be released on December 4, the author Tite Kubo revealed the \"theme music\" for the manga's 68 characters on the special site for the book. 16 of the 68 songs were previously revealed in the manga's 33rd volume released in 2008, and this is the first time to list all 68 songs at once. You can check 45 songs from the list via a collaboration play list on Spotify.
The game is getting a physical Collector's Edition release in Japan for both the PS4 and PS Vita release. The release will include a pop-up storybook, a soundtrack with arranged music, and three character figures.
This is completely subjective, obviously. Bottom line is, just like the games, music of Seiken Densetsu and Adventures of Mana are very similar while Sword of Mana has more content and stronger variations from the original, for the better or worse. Mostly for the better, if you ask me. 153554b96e