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Switch game 'Summer Sweetheart' appears to steal music from Nihon Falcom titles
Someone's about to get in trouble...
Summer Sweetheart hit the Switch recently, and players have noticed something odd about the game's soundtrack. It appears that a couple songs in the game are ripped straight from games created by Nihon Falcom. As far as we can tell, the developer of Summer Sweetheart has nothing to do with Nihon Falcom, so we're not quite sure how they think they can get away with this. Check out the track comparisons below.
THIS IS FROM YS ORIGIN #NintendoSwitch pic.twitter.com/xcyb7v2wKR— 🍞 Brad 🍞 (@Baust528) October 19, 2019
Umm this is Crossbell City music from Zero no Kiseki? WHAT. #NintendoSwitch pic.twitter.com/b9z84lVA1u— 🍞 Brad 🍞 (@Baust528) October 19, 2019
Thanks to Brad for the heads up!