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Operation Abyss: New Tokyo Legacy - Digital Soundtrack

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Operation Abyss: New Tokyo Legacy - Digital Soundtrack

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Operation Abyss: New Tokyo Legacy - Digital Soundtrack includes 16 tracks! 
1.Prologue 
2.Hinowa District 
3.Encounter (Ver. 2) 
4.Analysis 
5.Encounter 
6.Surprise 
7.Chiyoda Imperial HQ 
8.Runaway 
9.Babyl Sphere
10.CPA Reboot 
11.Investigation 
12.Abyss Depths 
13.War on TERROR
14.War on HAZARD 
15.Stand Up Xth 
16.Code-Rise (Instrumental)


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NIS America
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MAGES. Inc.,5pb.,Experience Inc.
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Monday, March 27, 2017
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English
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Digital PC Download
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Fairly unremarkable and similar with the exception of the final track

Operation Abyss' Digital Soundtrack contains 16 different tracks for the PC and Vita game. The tracks are all good, fit with the game, and most sound at home more for combat encounters during the game. It is somewhat difficult to recommend buying them though as their are other games with superior soundtracks in some kind of style, many of these tracks don't sound that different as the style remains the same, with the exception of the final track, Code-Rise (Instrumental), it would be hard to connect each track with its name as most cover fit the same kind of style and game function. If you really like the game you might want this but it's not going to be worth it for most people.

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