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    I can play some random tracks on the piano. I...

    I can play some random tracks on the piano. I learn them by ear, I have no idea of the technical rules of playing. I can play some Phantasy Star tracks, Gemfire tracks, something I thought I made up...
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    Phantasy Star III again! This is one I often come...

    Phantasy Star III again! This is one I often come back to. I like the different story arcs.

    also playing Horribly Translated Ao no Kiseki, a source of endless amusement but also squeeing because...
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    I've also just really liked the music from lots...

    I've also just really liked the music from lots of games I've played. The earliest was probably something on the Master System. I've always loved putting games into sound test mode and just chilling...
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    As well as the ones you mentioned, personally I...

    As well as the ones you mentioned, personally I love Sonic Adventure 2 and Shenmue 2 (pretty much like the first games), Skies of Arcadia (very epic RPG), Evolution 1 and 2 (interesting, quirky RPGs)...
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    My most recent game purchase was Sonic 1, Game...

    My most recent game purchase was Sonic 1, Game Gear version on 3DS. I also purchased Gurumin 3D on the 3DS recently, as well as Xanadu Next on gog.com, and my copy of Trails of Cold Steel 2 came. All...
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