Song of Saya OST

Song of Saya

The Japanese Visual Novel Art

Song of Saya American Comic

Saya of the American Comic

OST Review: Original Sound Track: Song of Saya

Song of Saya (Saya no Uta) is a Graphic Visual Novel. Warning, it is slight-Ero, (A very little sex scene, but what TV show/Game/Movie/whatever now-a-days don‘t have?)
And Song of Saya, American Comic Ver. Different story and characters, but still somewhat same story line. I like both, but rather have the Visual Novel Japanese ver.

It’s a story about a man, Fuminori Sakisaka, who’s been in a car accident, one which took the lives of his mother and father. He had been in a comma for weeks, having a new experimental brain saving surgery to save his life. When he awakes, he awaked to a nightmarish world. Everywhere around him, looks like rotting meat, smells and unsightly. Even the friends he once knew by heart, now looked like monsters, spoke like monsters. Fuminori is living in a Hellish world, with no light in sight. That was, until he met Saya. A girl untouched by the world that he sees. For Fuminori, Saya is the girl of his dreams, but for everyone else, its their nightmare.

*Warning, eating of human flesh, horror, murder and mystery.

This game, is in Japanese, but there is an English Patch. Since Visual Novels are getting known in the US more, I thought I’d share one that is most wanted on the list. Song of Saya is really a great story, I for one, will buy this game when it comes out. Now for the Main Attraction, the sound track.

15 Tracks that hold horror in its music, a haunting voice and song.
Kanako Ito as the main vocals, Zizz Studio for the music. Before I even knew the story, I fell in love with the sound track. It was just so mysterious, so rare, that I wanted to find where it came from. So I will post three songs, each showing the range of music in the soundtrack. The art work is also very lovely.

Song of Saya 1 and 2:

Glass Shoes:


2 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by and1delc on February 10, 2011 at 5:21 am

    You’re a japan lover yaa.

    btw, it’s nice.


  2. Posted by dreamsending on February 11, 2011 at 5:27 am

    Japan lover? Why not Asia altogether. I just happen to find that Japan, Korea and China makes some really good games/anime/manga.

    China’s “The Three Kingdoms” was like OMG cool.


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