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Xenoblade Chronicles 2 Soundtrack Brings Its Composer To Tears

The sequel to Xenoblade Chronicles is set to launch for Nintendo Switch later this year. While those who have played the original will know the series has great music, the sequel’s composer promised fans that the game’s soundtrack is going well. According to Yasunori Mitsuda, some of the soundtrack actually brings him to tears. Are you excited for Xenoblade Chronicles 2? Tell us below.

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      1. Both characters suck.
        Shulk is the typical Gary Stu animu hero boy with a harem written by socially retarded guys who are living through their characters, Elma is the typical surreal badass female hero that only exists in fiction because real women are pretty much balls of self-entitlement.

    1. His stout pacifism aside, most everything about Shulk was very likable. He was NOT your run of the mill, blandy Mcblandness. Also, his voice actor was quite good, and I quite liked Shulk. Take your baseless accusations (and safe to say, parroted opinions), elsewhere. 😘

  1. You know, that would be a lot more meaningful if it were coming from anyone other than the guy making the music lol.

    “My music is so good it brings me to tears!”
    Jeeeeeeez

    1. You’re missing the context of it. It’s less his composition that made him tear up and more the emotions the Anúna singers conveyed through their singing that made him tear up. He’s a huge of Anúna and their soundworld.

    1. It looks like it will be a stand alone game. While it MIGHT be based in the world of the Bionis and Mechonis, I doubt it. The only hints that it might be are the name, and a brief glimpse of a bunniv.

    1. You’re missing the context of it. It’s less his composition that made him tear up and more the emotions the Anúna singers conveyed through their singing that made him tear up. He’s a huge fan of Anúna and their soundworld.

  2. If the music is as emotionally powerful as that of the Kingdom Hearts series, then I hope I shed a tear as well.

    1. It seems to be a biological fail-safe system, from what I can gather Commander.
      When their, to you much inferior, brains cannot compute a input, weather it be overly great or immensly devastating to them; they shut down in crying.

      Not that you need to consern yourself with mere humans, Commander.
      Their behaviors surely are of no matter to the First Order?

      1. ||Although we are always looking for advanced technology and superior lifeforms, I’m also thinning out useless functions by registering them into the useless database list now that you explained it to me…||

  3. That is EXACTLY what I was hoping to hear! ( ´•̥̥̥ω•̥̥̥` )
    One of the biggest issues I had with X was (besides the total lack of character development), the OST just didn’t fit half of the time. One misplaced track after another, I look forward to them never repeating that ever again. 👌

  4. King Kalas X3 {Greatness Awaits. This use to be something that awaited those for all consoles. It's sad it's mostly just a PS4 slogan these days. Maybe Nintendo will get back to that greatness with the Switch. Only time will tell.} says:

    Please be a sequel. I want to know if Shulk & the others ever found new life forms. The end of the first game heavily hinted at Shulk & the others wanting to one day meet new species of people.

    1. ||That’s why we have a number 2 after the title…||

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