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Thursday, December 24, 2015

V Version Update: Popular Song Pack 9 and Falcom/DLC 2-1 Polls Results!


Together with White Version, V Version's website got its promised update, revealing the next song pack's contents and the first round of poll winners.

First of all, Popular Song Pack time! Coming out on January 7th at the usual price of 500 Yen (sans taxes), the 9th pack in the line will offer the following songs:

Popular Song Pack 9

  •  Kaisei Joushou Hallelujah
  •  CHA-LA-HEAD-CHA-LA
  •  Soul Calibur V 
  •  Marionette Pure (マリオネットピュア) New!
  •  Hurtling Boys

Among many other celebrated console returns, this time around we have a quite special guest in the guise of the Yu-Gi-Oh! GX Anime's opening theme, quite famous to be the only 10* song from the 2nd Taiko Anime PS2 game, as well as the very first 10* Oni for the Anime genre! We also have another brand new Namco Original as DLC debut, made by the duo Yura Hatsuki/Drop from Sacred Ruin and Kokushin Chronicle.

Hurtling Boys is back as well, but it's not for mirroring the composer's CreoFuga successes like for M-O-T-U months earlier...

ビタッとソングキャンペーン

As this banner shouts, Sadakkey/Sadakichi Ihcikadas's contest-winning track is one of the first winners of the 2nd Song DLC Poll, and as such is part of January's DLC pack. On February, instead, it will be the turn of the also-poll-winner Ao no Senritsu, with the other fan-elected tracks to be revealed in a later date.

ビタッとソングキャンペーン

The three Falcom song poll winners have been revealed as well! The champion of the event is Seize the day from Tokyo Xanadu, which will be available on February as a free piece of DLC. The 2nd and 3rd place tracks, Gin no Ishi Super Arrange Ver. (from Sora no Kiseki SC) and Kanashiki Soukyuu o Kakeru (from Gurumin), will follow suit the month later as part of March's scheduled song pack.

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