Remember that Final Fantasy IV Original Soundtrack Remaster Version album we mentioned a few months back? It's finally coming out, and we've got our hands on it early to give you a peek at what to expect from the set, including its exclusive sleeve illustrated by Yoshitaka Amano.
For those who've already purchased it, expect it to ship next week on July 3, 2013. For those who haven't, as of preparing this post, CD Japan says it has 13 first press editions (which include the sleeve) left for pre-order.
Oh, and that's "Troian Beauty" playing in the background, one of my favorite tracks ever written by Nobuo Uematsu. Anyone else got favorites from the Final Fantasy IV soundtrack?
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