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regional music change?

wondering if someone who has access to both versions of the game, or knows more about the localization, could verify something. when listening to the soundtrack on youtube i noticed something strange with the music played in various caves during the game (https://youtu.be/WIyi4dXTbHc), this version contains a vocal sample of a man saying "let's go," the comments identify it as coming from the adam west batman tv series. the video description is in japanese so i'm guessing this is from the japanese version of the game. to my memory, the working designs version of the game instead had a sample of multiple japanese women yelling, i think, "ikou!" (japanese for "let's go"). i'm not sure what it's from but my guess would be it's from somewhere in the rayearth anime. you can hear it in this video of the US version of the game: https://youtu.be/7PKtikxt31E?t=17 timestamped

considering this was the last US sega saturn game i doubt there were multiple revisions of the US version. my guess would be that working designs noticed an uncleared sample from batman and replaced it with the "ikou" sample? --Cereallain (talk) 04:43, 20 February 2020 (EST)

The "ikou" sample is played even in the Japanese version, whereas the description says the version with the Adam West sample came from the "Sega Saturn Magic Knight Rayearth Original Soundtrack". So it may have come from either a soundtrack CD or it's some CD audio track normally not played and only the JP version's data. --From: CounterDiving (talk) 10:02, 20 February 2020 (EST)