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Pre-order the Final Fantasy XIII soundtrack now and your ears will thank you later

Submitted by on Monday, 22 February 2010One Comment

FFXIII OST e1266829486381 Pre order the Final Fantasy XIII soundtrack now and your ears will thank you laterSquare Enix is now taking pre-orders for the Final Fantasy XIII soundtrack. It’s a direct import from Japan at a reasonable price. This is a must have.

Without a doubt, the music from Final Fantasy will always have a lasting impression on gamers. Whether it is the Prelude, the Chocobo theme, or even the victory fanfare, each track captures unforgettable moments that will last forever in the hearts of so many fans worldwide.

The Final Fantasy XIII soundtrack, composed by Masashi Hamauzu, is comprised of 85 tracks spanning 4 CDs. Yeah, it’s epic. You can pre-order the soundtrack from the Square Enix Online Store and it’s only $29.99!

Since this is a Japanese import of the soundtrack, the theme “Kimi Ga Iru Kara” sung Sayuri Sugawara will be included. This means that the English theme, “My Hands” by Leona Lewis, will not be in this collection. We doubt that this will anger many fans.

The video at the top will give you an idea of what the music from Final Fantasy XIII will sound like. Square Enix is not importing the limited edition to North America. The bonus art book and audio drama in that version will not be included.

What does the music from Final Fantasy mean to you? Share your thoughts in the comments section…

[Kotaku]

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