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Everyone knows how awesome MGR is, but the one thing that was standing out to me before the release was the soundtrack. See, people ripped a bunch of awesome songs from the Demo, and I couldn't wait to hear them in the actual game. But the songs in the actual game are.... well...

Weird? Different? Here's some comparisons: (AND SPOILERS)


This is Mistral's battle theme, the one that plays in the full game. It's awesome, yes.

But:


This is the original version of the song. Has more lyrics and less wub

What the hell. This is subjective obviously, but to me the original sounds much better. Also, they cut off half of the lyrics.

Obviously, I'm not saying that every song changed for the worse. Take Wolf's theme:


It's awesome

How it was:


Yeah, it was awesome too

Bottom line is: The ost is amazing, buy it, but Mistral's theme was better before.



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