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Encyclopedia > Ryuji Sasai

Ryūji Sasai is a video game music composer, credited for composing the music of games such as SaGa 3, Final Fantasy Mystic Quest and Rudora no Hihou.

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Treasure of the Rudras - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (1139 words)
While gameplay in many respects follows the traditional Square RPG model, similar to the better known Final Fantasy series, Treasure of the Rudras is best know for its innovative magic system, where 'spells' are freely constructed according to kana spelling.
The soundtrack was scored by composer Ryuji Sasai, a 58 track CD of the game music was released shortly after the game on April 25, 1996.
The game was never localized for American or European markets, and has only become known to non-Japanese speakers through fan translation.
RPGClassics.com - Music Reviews (3071 words)
Then Sasai comes back with his own version of battle themes, « Battle 1 » is obviously the main battle theme, and simply sounds cool, you never get tired of hearing it over and over, just love that guitar Sasai uses ^^.
Sasai sure picked a great song to open up this soundtrack, let me tell you.
Guitars and drums are the dominant instruments, which is pretty typical for a lot of Sasai's later tracks.
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