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Dragon Slayer: The Legend of Heroes

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TitleDragon Slayer: The Legend of Heroes
ComposerSoundTeMP,
Falcom Sound Team J.D.K.
OSDOS
Sound ChipsAdlib/OPL2 (YM3812)
Tracks15
Playing time47:25
Pack authordj.tuBIG/MaliceX
Pack version1.00
Last Update2014-03-28


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Here's another IMS set. This time, from MANTRA's Korean licensed port of Eiyuu Densetsu I for MS-DOS. Falcom sound team jdk's original tracks arranged by soundTeMP.
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Post by Duchemole »

the legend of heroes musics were composed by Mieko Ishikawa (石川 三恵子) & Masaaki Kawai (川合 将明)
i know nothing about that pc dos version, but they're initial composers for the original pc8801's version
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Post by MaliceX »

Yeah I'm not sure what to do about this re: composer tags. Original composers were not involved with this port other than for obviously creating the original versions prior to this game port.

Falcom's only information on the licensed port: http://www.falcom.co.jp/licence/product/02_e.html
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Post by Duchemole »

mmm, composers are composers
they've composed the original musics (they belonged to falcom sound team, and were the ones working on that soundtrack)
that pc dos version has no exclusive music, they're all listenable on the original PC8801 version
but they clearly have been re-arranged (pretty badly, in my opinion), but who made it ? (you should complete the game, or find, if possible, a video of the ending to see programmers name)
another point is, i hardly believe that it could have been released in 1995 (especially when i read "1990" on the screenshot)
i can't help you much more as i've never played that version of the game
good luck completing it !!
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Post by MaliceX »

1995 because that's what the command line executable exit message states. The 1990 is probably due to the programmers directly porting graphics and whatnot, without much extra modification to the years (it makes sense because DS6:TLOH was originally released in 1990)
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