Etrian Odyssey Nexus gets double-disc OST release in May


JRPG tunes being pressed to some sort of 'Compact Disc'

Etrian Odyssey fans might want to keep their eyes and wallets open come the end of May, as publisher Atlus has revealed a special soundtrack release that will be made available in Japan, containing a selection of music from the RPG's storied history.

The collection is comprised of two discs, one which is dedicated to the soundtrack of the most recent release, Etrian Odyssey Nexus, while the second disc is a selection of memorable tunes from the franchise's previous entries - composed by that long-time maestro of video game music Yuzo Koshiro.

The Etrian Odyssey Nexus Original Soundtrack set is expected to launch in Japan on May 29 on Amazon and other Japanese and import retailers. It is priced at ¥3,200 - or around $30.

Etrian Odyssey Nexus is available now on Nintendo 3DS.

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