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Phoenix Wright calls iTunes to the stand

Capcom of Japan sends news that the soundtracks to all of the Gyakuten Saiban (Phoenix Wright to you and me) games will be hitting the Japanese iTunes store, each song fetching a price to the tune of about $1.25. Complete albums will go for between $8 and $20. (Converted to American currency for your convenience.)

The music in Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney certainly spurred you on to point out that final contradiction just as the shady witness was cracking, but I don't think it would work as well when detached from the game. I think prolonged exposure to it in its seperate form is likely to result in feelings of elevator claustrophobia, along with a strong desire to play the full game.

Still, I'd like to see Capcom's musical endeavor succeed, if only for the reason that it might prompt them to throw some more Mega Man remix soundtracks on Apple's download service. I could listen to the Mega Man 2 title screen music or the theme from Ring Man's stage all day. Any other great Capcom tunes you'd like to have on your MP3 player?

[Thanks mandarin! Strange image from Siliconera.]

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Paul Gibbs1

4-09-2006 @ 5:49PM

Paul Gibbs said...

Perhaps http://mikezornek.com/cocoa/megamaneffect/ will amuse you!

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evilwallpaper2

4-10-2006 @ 10:29AM

evilwallpaper said...

the minibosses have a CD with theme from megaman 2 on http://www.minibosses.com

I've got the streets of rage soundtrack on mine, I'd love to have the soundtrack to Osu! Tatakae! Ouendan!.

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Mike3

4-10-2006 @ 4:50PM

Mike said...

I searched in the iTunes music store and I didn't find any phoenix wright or Gyakuten Saiban music. Is the phoenix wright/Gyakuten Saiban music only in japan?

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