This whole thing got me wondering, “Can you replicate what these people did even if you’re already in a relationship?” What if you just ask your partner all the questions right there in your living room?"Your Profile" has the feel of youthful innocence while "Sebastian" emanates a jazzy coolness that's simply fun to listen to.One of the most interesting is "Technical Power" with it's funky sound straight from the 70's disco scene; I found myself totally in love with it.I've always been partial to the happier, more easy-going melodies of dating sims.They have a charm to them that generally isn't found on many other game soundtracks. As sound programming for the PSX goes, these samples aren't anything spectaculer, but the melodies and jazz/fusion-style of the music make it really stand out.
Although a bit mellow and subdued as compared to the more popular Tokimeki Memorial's tunes, I found it to be extremely enjoyable, so much so that I consider it up there with my favorite game soundtracks of all time!
So, for the average game music listener, does To Heart measure up?
If you're willing to take a chance on something different, something a tad bouncier with a slight edge to it, then yes, definitely.
Recently I saw this article on The New York Times called To Fall in Love With Anyone, Do This.
It is a super interesting article that talks about how over 20 years ago psychologist Arthur Aron got two strangers to fall in love.
This generally determines average track length, which is fairly important to me.