Final Fantasy IV soundtrack (sort of) packed with Final Fantasy IV DS

By Spencer . November 6, 2007 . 11:32am


Matrix Software is adding a nifty addition to Final Fantasy IV DS to make ensure you can hear the new Theme of Love song without having to lug around a MP3 player. In jukebox mode Edward plays your favorite Final Fantasy IV tunes. After you select a song you can clamshell your DS and listen to the songs as if it they were part of your personal soundtrack. Awesome!


Not to rain on Matrix Software’s parade, but the soundtrack in Final Fantasy IV DS is not identical to the Super Famicom version. They note that it was not possible to clone the original score and the DS’s speakers are not the best for bass. It’s getting some adjustments like a vocal version of the Theme of Love.

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  • As long as all the battle themes remain as intense as the originals, I’m happy.

  • arc

    I assume FF4DS is getting a completely redone soundtrack like FF3DS got?

  • Ron

    Pretty sweet addition.

  • That’s really cool. I just bought the SNES version on iTunes, and have been listening to it all the time. Fanfare, ftw.

  • Yes, I am glad that they are remixing the Final Fantasy IV soundtrack to Final Fantasy IX quality. The original version soundtrack rather outdated, at least for an SNES game. I am also glad that the soundtracks of the NES Final Fantasy games have been updated to Final Fantasy IX quality, for I hate chip music. It is not possible to port the original NES or SNES soundtrack to the Nintendo DS.

  • gb

    oieee quero asmusikas

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