Atlus Adds 8 Classic Game Soundtracks to Streaming Services; Princess Crown, Last Bible & More

Atlus Adds 8 Classic Game Soundtracks to Streaming Services; Princess Crown, Last Bible & More

Atlus has announced that the soundtracks of several games from their classic library are now available via streaming services like Spotify, YouTube Music, and Apple Music.

Firstly, the soundtrack of the 2011 DS game Nora and the Time Studio: The Witch of the Misty Forest composed by Michiko Naruke, is 40 songs lasting roughly an hour and 57 minutes.

Secondly is the soundtrack of the 2010 PSP game Tokyo Monoharashi: Karasu No Mori Gakuen Kitan, composed by Atsushi Kitajoh and Kenichi Tsuchiya, comprised of 49 songs lasting roughly two hours and 26 minutes.

Thirdly is the soundtrack of the 1992 SNES and Arcade game BlaZeon composed by Tsukasa Masuko and comprised of 24 songs lasting roughly an hour and four minutes.

Next up is the soundtrack of the 1997 Sega Saturn game Princess Crown, composed by Toshikazu Tanaka and comprised of 17 songs lasting roughly 52 minutes and 20 seconds.

Next on the docket is the 1992 Game Boy RPG Megami Tensei Gaiden: Last Bible, known in the West as Revelations: The Demon Slayer. The soundtrack was composed by Hiroyuki Yanada and Iwao Mitsunaga and is comprised of 20 songs lasting roughly 24 minutes and 43 seconds.

The next entry is the 1993 Game Boy game Megami Tensei Gaiden: Last Bible II, which had a soundtrack composed by Hiroyuki Yanada comprised of 22 songs lasting roughly 26 minutes and 30 seconds.

The second to last featured entry is the 1995 Game Boy Game, Megami Tensei Gaiden: Last Bible III, which had a soundtrack composed by Hiroyuki Yanada comprised of 75 songs lasting roughly an hour minutes and 30 minutes.

Lastly, is the soundtrack of the 1995 Game Boy game Another Bible featuring a soundtrack by Manami Matsumae comprised of 16 songs lasting roughly 16 minutes and 30 seconds.

Atlus has also stated that fans can anticipate more of their catalog’s soundtracks being digitally distributed in the future.

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