by Syazwan Bahri in

With the recent Distant Worlds: Music from Final Fantasy Kuala Lumpur performance past, Square Enix is releasing the eighth entry in the ‘Revival Disc’ series that brings back soundtracks from the classic era of Final Fantasy together with a video presentation to go with it as part of Blu-ray Disc Music. The latest to get the treatment is Final Fantasy VII.

The Final Fantasy VII Original Soundtrack Revival Disc features 85 tracks composed by the legendary composer, Nobuo Uematsu. The music will be in Blu-ray Disc format and features a hi-res 24bit/96kHz quality that plays alongside cinematic recordings for the event. Three bonus MP3 tracks and a 16-page colored booklet is also available inside the package.

If you’re interested in securing a disc, it’s available to pre-order now on the Square Enix e-Store, Amazon Japan, and Sony Music Shop for 5,000 yen (RM184) plus tax. It goes available in Japan on 24 July.

This might be a great way to feel nostalgic, or fuel the hype for the upcoming Final Fantasy VII Remake that’s coming soon.


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