Brave Wave announces “Resurrection: Panzer Dragoon Saga 20th Anniversary Arrangement” on CD & Vinyl

DQ2sRCwUEAAHVyMThe music publisher Brave Wave Productions, who is known for its line of video game soundtracks has announced “Resurrection: Panzer Dragoon Saga 20th Anniversary Arrangement” coming to digital, CD and vinyl. The project will contain 20 tracks from the SEGA Saturn classic, Panzer Dragoon Saga, rearranged by the original composer Saori Kobayashi.

We are in a weird spot where there are two music publishers doing SEGA soundtracks. If you guys didn’t know the first Panzer Dragoon soundtrack was published by Data Discs, while this 20th Anniversary Arrangement soundtrack will be done by Brave Wave. It makes sense since Panzer Dragoon Saga‘s original composer, Saori Kobayashi is actually officially signed to Brave Wave. As far as to what 20 tracks made the cut for this release, we don’t know yet. We do know is that we will be getting more information (most likely pre-orders) on January 29, 2018, according to Brave Wave. We will keep you posted as more information comes out. Personally can’t wait for them to do some crazy 300 limited edition run of the soundtrack so I can miss out on getting it and hate myself for it. Yes, I’m talking about the Sonic Adventure soundtrack they published.

[Via: Brave Wave]


5 responses to “Brave Wave announces “Resurrection: Panzer Dragoon Saga 20th Anniversary Arrangement” on CD & Vinyl

  1. Miguel says:

    The music is so Awesome, I love listening to it. I got lucky to find the album for Orta and Saga back in 2003, I recommend this for everybody.

  2. segamon says:

    Yes, the music for Saga is awesome as is Kobayashi. I am looking forward to this!

    • Miguel says:

      When you go through hours of playing Saga wow for its time and one of the last games for the Saturn, you beat the game and listen to the music during the credits it is well worth your time to play the game😀

  3. herbir says:

    Thanks for ruining my day. When i red ressurection i thought reboot of the game

  4. TDixpix says:

    Lol, I thought it was a resurrection of the game as well. “They found the source code???” I thought.

    A re-arrange is also good news, too. That cover art is awesome and I’d love to own PDS on vinyl.

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