Aside from the smoothest of jazz, the most powerful of metal, and the most epic of orchestrals, I've always loved the most melodic of Celtic music. I was going to do an update on games with monsters and stuff, seeing as it's Halloween and all, but I decided to forego that notion and do a Celtic update instead("Celtober" sounds pretty catchy). Besides, Halloween has Celtic roots, so it makes a great deal of sense. Code: Cladun: This is an RPG - Slicing the Wind Cladun: This is an RPG - Water that Connects Life Cladun: This is an RPG - Battlefield Suikoden - dif-ref - Touching Theme Suikoden III - Shigeyoshi Kawagoe - Green Tombstone Suikoden III - Yuko Asai - Little Ducks Suikoden III - Yoko Ueno - To the Sealed Land Final Fantasy IV - Maire Bhreatnach - Troian Beauty Let's start off with a semi-obscure game called Cladun, a dungeon crawler for the PSP with a sequel on Steam. Much of this game was composed by Yoh Ohyama. He may be pretty unknown, but he's the leader of a group called Acoustic Asturias, of which I am a huge fan. The Suikoden Celtic Collection albums have been some of the greatest arrangement albums I've ever had the orgasm to listen. You can't get any more Celtic with a name like "Maire Bhreatnach"! Squeenix got an authentic Celtic person to do a whole FF4 arrangement album! I wish every October could be Celtober.