dai jou bu here again.
So while the future may look bleak if G.Rev's predictions of it come true, at least the background music is going to sound awesome while we're trying to fix it. Senko no Ronde: Dis-United Order (or just plain DUO, as I'm going to call it from now on) was finally released sometime last week in Japanese arcades, and G.Rev's been uploading a crapload of tutorial videos for it in order to help ease newcomers into the game. Below this paragraph is a video that has the best music I've heard so far for it:
The first few seconds of this video before it cuts into cavaliers note is most likely used for the game's character select screen, based on the location test videos I've been able to watch for it. Most of the music for the videos G.Rev uploaded onto their youtube profile so far sounds more like stuff you'd hear at a club or rave, which I find kind of strange for reasons that would require me to dump more text than I'd like to at the moment, but it's not in any way a bad thing.
And the best part is, some of the music still manages to sound retro at the same time. Yasuhisa Watanabe really outdid himself for this game. Hurry up and announce an Xbox 360 port already, G.Rev. >_>