Awesome Music /
The countless renditions of its opening theme, as well as the uplifting heroic battle theme from the first game, "Roar! Imperial Floral Assault Troop". Compared to the rest of the lyrics, the speech part is nothing but cliche but the note sheer bravado in the singer's delivery makes it sound badass. came along with Sakura Wars (2019) a new arrangement, and it is every bit as epic as its predecessors.
The opening theme of Sakura Wars III is also great, having a choir in the background, giving it a holy feeling. The Chattes Noires remix of it is pretty damn good as well. The main theme of the fourth game is an awesome remix of the opening theme songs of the first and third games, giving the song this finale feeling. Despite the fourth game being rushed because of the Dreamcast being on its deathbed, Kimi yo Hana yo still proves to be an emotional and uplifting credits theme. Erica's image song, Prayer, is a bright and optimistic song that perfectly fits Erica's character. That, and it shows that Noriko Hidaka can do more than just call out attack names. The version used in-game is also great. The ending theme of the Ecole de Paris OVA, Au Revoir, My Tears, is also really good, once again highlighting Noriko Hidaka's singing skills. Coquelicot's image song is ridiculously catchy. If you don't hear "Aruko! Aruko! Aruko!" even after you're done listening to it, then you have ears of steel. Gemini's image song, My Dream, has a wild western feeling to it that fits Gemini perfectly. Sagitta/Cherion's image song, Downtown Heart, just makes you wanna shout, "PRAISE THE LORD FOR MAKING THIS GAME! HALLELUJAH!" Rikaritta/Rosita's image song, Bounty Hunter Rika, has a fiesta feeling to it. Diana's image song, Looking to the Blue Sky, initially sounds sad and hopeless, but then turns into something bright and optimistic, symbolizing her character development in her chapter. Sakura Amamiya's image song, I am a Maiden, is overflowing with heart and determination. It also counts as heartwarming as the song is about her feelings for Kamiyama. Hatsuho's image song, Lady! Festival Spirit!, is a Hot-Blooded medley of rock and traditional Japanese music. Elise's image song, Schwarzer Stern, is a militaristic anthem befitting the tough-as-nails leader of the Berlin Combat Revue's Schwarzchild. Azami's image song, Azami the Ninja, is a lighthearted tune to go along with the adorable ninja prodigy. Lancelot's image song, Knights of the Round Table, is equal parts epic and uplifting. Anastasia's image song, Somewhere to Return, is slow, smooth, and would fit right in with a Film Noir setting. Yui's image song, Over the Rainbow, is nearly as Hot-Blooded as Lancelot's theme, and no less awesome for it. Clarris's image song, Ronde, is a sweet ballad befitting the sweet scholar. On the villain side of things, we have Ciseaux's theme, which doubles as a Leitmotif and a proper Villain Song.