Professor Layton and the Last Specter — Main Theme

Every single one of the themes from the Professor Layton series is amazing. Strings, accordion, piano– the melodies are compelling, the arrangements are top-notch, and each piece sets the stage perfectly for the adventure that is to come: intrigue, mystery, adventure, and danger, but amidst each of these, a protagonist forever couched within an impervious shell of cool intellect and genteel poise.

These are games that do a phenomenal job of building both setting and character, and their music reflects that dedication. I could listen to this theme on repeat for hours.

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About sinclairvox

Nate Ewert-Krocker has been both a gamer and a writer since he was very small. He believes that gaming, as a medium, deserves to be considered and chronicled with the same level of detail and attention as the rest of our pop culture. He's also an author! You can check out his fiction at www.silentworldpress.com. And, of course, the ol' Google+

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