If I Am Setsuna is more robust than remarkable, it does have one extraordinary feature. The soundtrack from wunderkind composer Tomoki Miyoshi is played exclusively on the piano. That on its own wouldn’t be noteworthy, but for the quality of the compositions and the performance from veteran pianist Randy Kerber. It’s rare to encounter music that is so crucial to a game’s ambience: it sets the tenor with an understated elegance, shifting to accommodate the narrative’s highs and lows and bursting into gleeful life with an energetic battle theme – and a post-encounter jingle – that never seems to get old. And in the story’s most affecting moments it strikes a fittingly mournful chord without slipping into syrupy mawkishness.