Awesome Music: Neptunia
Neptunia may be the Console Wars moe edition but isn't devoid of any awesome music either.
- Planeptune's Theme. Even the first seconds can make you say "Wow!".
- Lastation's Theme. It may not be catchy at first, but becomes very catchy indeed as it progresses.
- Leanbox Rising is so damn epic. Yes! That dungeon music is worth listening to.
- As is Lastation Rising.
- 8-Bit Battle Theme brings out a lot of nostalgia to old players.
- Tough Guard, the intimidating yet strangely beautiful boss theme.
- White Time, the Calming Lowee forest dungeon theme.
- The Soul of Fight is pure awesomeness from the very beginning. It starts out suspenseful with an ominous piano scale and chorus, and transitions to heroic bliss.
- Sacred Time Arfoire's haunting and imposing battle theme.
- The Final Battle Theme A much more chaotic and frantic remix of the above song.
- White Heart's Battle Theme is incredibly addicting and catchy.
- Ryuusei no Bifrost, the game's opening theme.
- Dancing Girl.
- Scamper is pretty good to listen to.
- For both Mk2 and V, "Strong Determination" plays whenever there's a Theme Music Power-Up.
- There also the battle theme of the Four Felons, simply titled "The Four Felons".
- GO Love and Peace, the very triumphant and beautiful ending credits theme.
- "Kami Jigen! Fortune Material", the game's very catchy opening theme.
- You know the game is going to be awesome when the main battle theme, Elegy, makes you scream MORTAL KOMBAT!
- Medusa (from the CD)/Last Hymn (from the in-game music list) invokes an awesome end of the world special.
- 4th Dimension just sounds so awesome. It's perfect for a Final Boss fight music.
- Yellow Heart's Leitmotif.
- One Two Three. Get used to hearing that thanks to some of those optional bosses. Ditto for Invader 1960, the music for tough foes.
- Nepgear's theme. Awesome enough that it's the EXE music as well, and frequently accompanies awesome moments in general, so you're likely to hear it when you're about to deliver a gratifying curb stomping.
- "Miracle Portable Mission", a stark contrast to the original's "Ryuusei no Bifrost".
- "never GIVE up". While probably not as awesome as its predecessor "GO Love and Peace", Re;Birth2's ending theme is a solid track altogether.
- History of Collapse, the battle theme for the Conquest Ending.
- Rave:tech(^_^)New;world brings back the frantic tone and beats of the first game's opening, and adds a bit of inspiration from songs by current fripside vocalist Yoshino Nanjou. The opening video even reuses the animated Purple Heart segment from the first game, while the song itself contains callbacks to the openings for the original PS3 games (eg. the "system error" soundbite from Ryuusei no Bifrost).
- The game's main transformation theme for the CPUs, Will Be Venus, fits the high octane energy of the Neptunia franchise perfectly.
- Then there is Voltage.
- Encounter Of Destiny, the Dark Goddesses theme.
- The main theme Dimension Tripper.
- UTTS, which is always saved for awesome moments, such as Neptune's transformation into Purple Heart in the first episode.
- The other transformation themes: "Goddess Awakening Feat. Solid Park" (for Noire and Vert), "hand off" (used with Blanc and Plutia) and a new version of "Yellow Heart's Theme"!
- "Nep Symphonia" underscores the grand opening scene of the anime.
- "Madness" and "Launch", the fighting BGM.
- Hard Beat X Break Beat, which is heard during the epic final battle between the CPU and Rei.
- The game's five main songs: Neptune's "Fly high!", Noire's "with confidence", Blanc's "Dear... every day", Vert's "HP -infinity- LOVE Power", and the final song that plays during the last concert in each of the goddesses' routes, "Mira Infinity".
- By far one of the best ending themes in the series: "Perfect Quest".
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- The main theme, Symmetric Generation.