22 Years Later, Romancing SaGa Gets A Remastered Original Soundtrack

By Sato . June 22, 2014 . 3:31pm

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With the SaGa series 25th anniversary coming up, Square Enix have been reminding people about it with themed events and a new game that is in the works. Meanwhile, it’s been 22 years since the release of Romancing SaGa specifically, and 4Gamer shares details on a new remastered soundtrack Square are putting out.

 

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The album, titled Romancing SaGa: The Original Soundtrack Remaster, features 38 tracks from the Super Nintendo classic that were originally composed by Kenji Ito. For the remastered album, he also worked alongside fellow composer Nobuo Uematsu.

 

Additionally, 4Gamer reports that Romancing SaGa 2 and Romancing SaGa 3 will also get remastered original soundtracks respectively on July 16 and August 20, 2014.

 

Romancing SaGa: The Original Soundtrack Remaster costs 2,300 yen (plus tax) and you can also check out samples of it on the bottom of the page on official website.

 

Note: If you’re curious about what’s going on on that page, the guy on the right says that he got the soundtrack, and you’re left with three choices of “I don’t care,” “I’ll take it even if it means killing you,” and “please give it to me!!” Choose the second option (殺してでもうばいとる) in order to access the track samples.


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