Sound test[edit source]
I saw this was the second time you edited the page Sound Test, claiming that the page's list of music tracks is almost entirely off by one additional track; I reverted the edit the first time over a month ago because I turned on my copy of the game, went to the battle mode's music selection, and found that the way the list on the page was originally - with the track numbered "4" being the Super Lucky Dice music, track number "5" being the Alhafra town music, and so on and so forth - is exactly the way it is ordered in the actual game. Your edit shows that you're certain that the canyon music that plays at Suhalla Gate is what is actually at spot number "4", even though my game very clearly shows me that the music at Suhalla Gate, Goma Cave, Yampi Desert Cave, and some other places is located at track number "83".
This is pretty bizarre, so we'll need to know: Is your version of The Lost Age not the North American version, which is the version that I have? If it isn't, then it might mean that different language versions of the game have differently ordered Sound Test lists. Also, does your game version's Sound Test list go from "0" to "96"? Thanks for reading. Erik Jensen (Appreciate me here!) 04:13, 14 July 2009 (UTC)
- I apologize, I have since found the reason why you've been confused about that song; the music you're thinking of is, in fact, present at "3" in the list, just like it is present in number "3" in the game (making it the fourth song in the list). For some reason, the YouTube video user who uploaded Golden Sun music named that piece of music "Suhalla Gate", which is wrong; the music named "Suhalla Gate" in fact plays throughout Mercury Lighthouse and the lower "exit portion" of Venus Lighthouse, including when Jenna exits out of Venus Lighthouse at the beginning of The Lost Age, and when she steps into the actual Suhalla Gate area the music that plays there is actually track number 83, which the YouTube uploader calls "Mysterious Caves". That'll have to be cleared up, because as it is, the list at Sound Test has all 97 existing songs numbered at 0-96. =) Erik Jensen (Appreciate me here!) 07:11, 14 July 2009 (UTC)
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