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Jun 3, 2008 | 10:48 AM EDT
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4.47 / 5.00

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Rated 4.47 / 5 stars
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The spiritual successor of Rose At Dawn.

Another inspired video-game RPG battle theme! X3



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Sounds like "An Army of One"

I love the melody itself as an intro, making an interesting hookup until you reach the second part of the song (around 0:24) which I like it very much, especially if this is used in battle theme. This song reminds me of your "An Army of One" and also a little bit in FF9 Battle Theme. But over all, I still like your guitar--the way it plays and the way it gives out the feelings/imagery.

NemesisTheory responds:

Army of One, I totally forgot that song XD
I can hear where you're drawing comparisons from as it was a real RPG inspired track too.

I'm glad you likes! :D


Rated 4 / 5 stars

2 words

i like!

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Well, well, well...

It'sa me... again...

You already know how I do things by now, so let's get down to it, shall we?

Intro (0:00-0:23) - This is less of an intro than usual and more of a straight-into-it segment. Which, I suppose, is necessary if the song loops, which it does, and very well at that. Further, the theme is already present and very strongly emphasized, which makes for a killer intro to a song.

Body 1 (0:23-0:47) - This is a much calmer period in the song, which lends itself well after the energetic rush of an intro it had. Doesn't really seem to be lacking anything, but it doesn't really stand out either.

Body 1, part 2 (0:47-1:10) - This is a continuation of the original body segment with a slight alteration or two here and there. I feel it did roughly the same job as its earlier part.

Return to the Intro (1:10-end) - This is a bit of an interesting area, especially that pause midway through where the guitar comes back. I felt that it worked well enough for its job, and it loops amazingly with the intro segment. Nothing really to improve.

As much as I feel this song could have something more, based on what its job is, it gets a ten. It feels like it's lacking something I can't put my finger on, but really, its purpose is not to be amazingly stand-out-ish or some such, it's designed to be background music, or at least to imitate background music, for a character-based battle. In this respect it does its job quite well, and on that note, I am going to download it and submit this review. Good job.

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NemesisTheory responds:

Great review as always! Glad you liked it. <3

And don't worry... I may or may not upload something later on that is sooooo much better than this lol.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Love it =D

Really love this song, and I totally agree that it could so easily be in so many different RPG's. It's so upbeat, and believe me, this is going to go straight on my PS3 and will be my background music when the custom soundtracks option comes out =D. You should really consider making music for games because you could really work wonders.

Btw, just thought I'd mention that I'm Raging Fire from the DBZonPS2 forums, and I've loved your songs for YEARS. Seriously, I've still got your original Budokai 3 remix and the Theme you made for Trunks on my pc lol. Keep up the fantastic work!

Oh and btw, you're a girl? Wow, had no idea!

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Hmm, not bad at all.

I can't give you a perfect 10, but I think that is because I roughly base my opinions on the overall song itself, not just small parts of it like some other people. What can I say? I love this song, it is going on my MP3 player, lol. I am hard to please when it comes to things like music, so if I write a review, it means there is no way the song couldn't be good (My opinion) What can I say? It is one of the many I like that you've made here so far.

So you really don't want to consider doing some songs for video games? I think the guy below me was right, you really should at least consider it. And I am not just saying that either.

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NemesisTheory responds:

Don't worry about the 10! I like 9's too, haha. It's nice to hear that you like it even though you are a good critique, I like those kinds of people. They know what they want and what they like and dislike, really helps for improving as well. :)

And sure, I want to, I'm doing it on and off as well for people (For now only for Dizzy) but not proffessionally. But dont get me wrong, if I ever get the chance I'm totally going to do it!! XD