Dracula X: Nocturne in the Moonlight OST
Catalog #: KICA-7801
Release date: 4/9/97
Price: 2243 yen
What can I say? Castlevania: Symphony of the Night has some of the best damn music ever composed, and all of it's here on this CD. How could you not love the beautiful intro music, "Moonlight Nocturne", the ultra-cool "Dracula's Castle" entrance theme, the rocking "Festival of Servants" or "The Tragic Prince" or even the almost-depressing but still stunning "Crystal Teardrops"?
The only qualm I have with it is that the music is only played through once, then ends, as opposed to looping twice like a lot of other game music CDs. But otherwise, how could you NOT want this CD?
The extra MP3s come from a variety of sources. The Sega Saturn version has several new music tracks, many of which are remixes of old Castlevania songs. These are used in the new areas, when playing as Maria or Richter, or when you fight Maria as Alucard. The alternate versions are recordings straight from the PSX version. Certain songs are slightly altered from their OST counterparts - for example, Strange Bloodlines is cut short on the OST, Crystal Teardrops has a different ending before the song loops, and Dracula's Castle doesn't quite loop right at all.
The following are other Symphony of the Night related MP3s. They are not on the soundtrack CD.
Sega Saturn Nocturne in the Moonlight
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