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All set here, lots of excellent quality free use images.
7. Overall assessment.
Pass - Excellent article! I would nominate it for A class, or even FA.Judgesurreal777 (talk) 23:01, 10 March 2013 (UTC)
Fixed those two references and added a music sample. The reviews of the concert were overwhelmingly positive, and no sales information for the albums has been released. No word on any future performances- they usually only announce concerts like this about 6 months in advance, whether its a series or stand-alone.
Sources: Square Music Online and Original Sound Version are edited news sources with dozens of interviews with video game music professionals each, and both were invited to have one-on-one interviews with the composers and producers of the concert, as well as to the afterparty. I've used them both in FAs before. Online Welten is a professional, edited online news source similar to GameSpot that's associated withe the magazine GameStar, published in several different European Countries. Maz Sound Tools is the producer of the European albums- Merregnon Studios subcontracted out to them. GameMusic(.pl/.com) is a Polish game music site, not user-submitted, that focuses a bit more on European game music but has interviews with dozens of people including Masashi Hamauzu, Hitoshi Sakimoto, and Nobuo Uematsu. --PresN 22:54, 10 March 2013 (UTC)