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Who knows..there was a trailer leaked months ago lol, the man directing it should be full steam ahead after finishing Shin Godzilla.After or before HL3? It may even come after Megaman Legends 3, if you know what I mean.
Yeah that opening song and I love Unicorn gundam soundtrack.the opening?
I think you might be thinking of Crossbone Gundam -- thats one series i havent actually seen yet and ive seen almost all of them....
While were on about OSTs and such. I have noticed that a lot of the songs/themes used in the older gundam animes apart from the OP and ED were predominantly classical arrangements. Im sure there are plenty of examples from other animes but one modern one is by a composer called 'HIROYUKI SAWANO' -- he did the soundtrack for Gundam Unicorn and that had some serious classical arrangement albeit blended in with rock music here and there. Not even WIng series had proper classical arrangements, it was more like rock.
We should be seeing Gundam NT OVA next year...