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Having heard bits of pieces of music from the other entries in this loose "series" of games — TearRing Saga and Berwick Saga — I was fully expecting to hear more in that vein with this one. Imagine my surprise when I got something completely different instead! The strings remind me a bit of those two aforementioned games, although the flute(-ish?) instrument that first shows up in the beginning sounds almost Atelier-esque, while the fast beat and various tropical elements actually invoked feelings of OutRun of all things, particularly its sequel OutRun 2 (which I remembering dipping into the same instrument pool, or at least a similar one). It's a strange mix from my perspective, but it's ultimately a really good one. A warrior's respite, indeed! 8.5/10.
9.5/10 not bad, definitely sounds like what you would expect for Star Wars; though I keep thinking it's a theme more for a major battle/war instead of a main character. But overall amazing and would definitely give this another listen sometime!
I know a lot of people here don't play and/or know of these games but here is a small trivia about this track, it also appears in another otome called Nameless ~The One Thing You Must Recall~ which is made by the same company Cheritz. This track is pretty much The Wizard's theme, and he appears in both games:
It definitely lives up to the spirit of its title, even if it's actually quite layered musically. You can never go wrong with the types of instruments used here to bring a nice, peaceful feeling to your song. 7/10.
This series doesn't disappoint easily with the music, it seems! The title makes this song sound like an overworld or map theme, but with its aggressive tempo and vibrant instrumentation, it wouldn't sound too out of place as an early-stage battle theme (assuming that it isn't actually already one). In any case, 8.5/10.