There's absolutely no question that whether you're a fan of Square's RPG's or there no doubting they make some of the best accompanying orchestral and instrumentals money can buy. Everything from Final Fantasy, Xenogears, or Drag-on Dragoon (Drakengard in the States), soundtracks all beautifully crafted by composers such as Nobuo Uematsu, Nobuyoshi Sano, Yasunori Mitsuda.
And now Square-Enix is letting you hear their works in a never before, 24/7 streaming radio station provided by the publisher themselves.
You can select from the musical catalogs of such games as: Xenogears, Drakengard, Final Fantasy XIII, Final Fantasy XIII-2 Dissidia, Sengoku IXA, SaGA and El Shaddai ( a Square produced soundtrack), selectable from pre-defined channels and then played at random for your enjoyment.
You can visit the site -- HERE
Tell us, is there better music out there in games than that found in RPG's?