SEGA Tunes: PSO Episode 3 C.A.R.D. Revolution’s “Let the Winds Blow”

Every now and then, I surf around for SEGA music. Not for Tuesday Tunes, though, but for my own enjoyment. I mostly do it when I’m looking for a certain kind of music. More specifically, the music posted above. Something orchestral, something theatrical, and something emotional. Something I can either fall asleep to, or to inspire me as I write something.

Imagine my surprise when I stumbled across this track on iTunes, while I was surfing around the digital store for things to listen to while I awaited the flight that would take me to San Francisco and allow me to play Sonic & All-Stars Racing. For a game I barely hear about anymore, the opening track is surprisingly strong and well-constructed, giving off the atmosphere of a game I’d like to experience. I’ve heard Phantasy Star Episode 3 isn’t as good as its predecessors, since it focused on a card based battle system rather than real time fighting, but maybe I’ll give it a try anyway sometime.


3 responses to “SEGA Tunes: PSO Episode 3 C.A.R.D. Revolution’s “Let the Winds Blow”

  1. radrappy says:

    Yeah the music in this game was absolutely phenomenal. The game itself is pretty great as well once you get over the fact that it’s not an action rpg.

  2. Pandarino says:

    It’s so epic and atmospheric…and the game is a good card game with Phantasy Star Online aesthetics.

  3. Mengels7 says:

    The music in the game is fantastic. Totally worth playing if you’re a PSO fan, it was a lot of fun.

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