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Final Fantasy Type-0 HD soundtrack gets a promotional movie By Erren Van Duine on March 10, 2015 at 3:15 AM

Square Enix has released a promotional video detailing some of the features in its coming Final Fantasy Type-0 HD soundtrack release. Slated for launch on March 25th, the blu-ray music set comes packed with 62 tunes from both Final Fantasy Type-0 and Final Fantasy Agito, along with trailers and a music video for the newly composed vocal song UTAKATA.

Bonus Features Include:

  • The official Japanese FINAL FANTASY TYPE-0 HD trailer (no sound effects or voice over)
  • An interview with Director Hajime Tabata and Composer Takeharu Ishimoto
  • Behind-the-scenes footage
  • A music video accompanying the new track of FINAL FANTASY TYPE-0 HD
  • 10 additional tracks comprising the “best selections” hand-picked by the composer

Fans who wish to pick up the release from the North American version can expect it to ship around April with a selling price of $59.99.

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  • Weapons in White is the best track in the game. I’d love for that to be the standard battle theme.

  • Nick Greeley

    Very misleading title. Lol

  • LuxAlike

    How does one obtain MP3’s from said Blu-Ray disc…?

  • BD music is such an excellent trend. The only downside being hard to rip the files. lol

  • Daniel Masterson

    make sure to have a blu ray drive in your computer.

  • Daniel Masterson

    not hard if you have a blu ray drive.

  • LuxAlike

    Ah, crap. 🙁

  • Daniel Masterson

    why crap? Blu-ray drives are super cheap. Just go to newegg and grab one for like 50 bucks.

  • Guest

    I don’t have a desktop, is what I meant.

  • Daniel Masterson

    that’s no problem! you can get an external Blu-ray drive that connects through USB as well and they are about the same price.

  • stevenm281

    I used to buy OST but since they changed to bluray, I don’t because I don’t have a bluray drive on my PC or in my car, etc.

    I don’t fancy all these videos and bonus features, I just want the music and put them to play in a CD player.

  • You could always use your PS3, if you have one.

  • Daniel Masterson

    kind of a roundabout way but you can just rip the files off of it (if you have a Blu-ray drive on your computer) then just reburn it on a regular CD.

  • stevenm281

    I do, but when I tried this with the Dragon Age Origins bluray disc, it didnt work.

  • stevenm281

    problem being, I dont have the drive on the computer and I don’t want to buy one just for this.

    My problem will be solved once every PC is sold with one included without overcharging for the PC.

  • Daniel Masterson

    ya I guess you are SOL then.

  • stevenm281

    SOL?

  • Daniel Masterson

    shit out of luck.