Final Fantasy music boxes

New Final Fantasy Music Boxes Available for Pre-Order

Square Enix announced a new batch of Final Fantasy music boxes, containing songs from Final Fantasy VIII, IX, X, XIII, and XV. Along with this new line, a series of previously released entries in the series will receive new units as well. Each box is available now for pre-order from the Square Enix e-Store in Japan for 2,200 yen (approximately $16). The expected release date of all items is April 29, 2023.

Recommended Videos

The new batch consists of six music boxes. Each one plays the following songs.

  • “Love Grows” from Final Fantasy VIII
  • “Melodies of Life” from Final Fantasy IX.
  • “The Promise” from Final Fantasy XIII.
  • “Suteki da ne” from Final Fantasy X.
  • “Valse di Fantastica” from Final Fantasy XV.
  • “To Zanarkand” from Final Fantasy X.

Square Enix is bringing back another six previously released Final Fantasy music boxes. Here is the selection of returning songs:

  • “Aerith’s Theme” from Final Fantasy VII Remake.
  • “Main Theme” from Final Fantasy VII Remake.
  • “On Our Way” from Final Fantasy VII Remake.
  • “Opening Theme” from Final Fantasy.
  • “Searching for Friends” from Final Fantasy VI.
  • “Tifa’s Theme” from Final Fantasy VII Remake.

Square Enix originally released select music boxes for Final Fantasy VII Remake’s release back in July 2020. They also sell a selection of music boxes from other Square Enix series like NieR.


Siliconera is supported by our audience. When you purchase through links on our site, we may earn a small affiliate commission. Learn more
related content
Read Article Pikmin Hats Make You Look Like a Pikmin
pikmin hats
Read Article Hololive Vtuber Calliope Mori on Break Following Knee Surgery
Hololive Vtuber Calliope Mori on Break Following Knee Surgery
Read Article Towa Tsugai Service to End in July 2024
towa tsugai end service
Read Article Ghost in the Shell Arrives in Girls’ Frontline
Read Article Mega Man Was Originally a Famicom Disk System Game
Mega Man Was Originally a Famicom Disk System Game
Related Content
Read Article Pikmin Hats Make You Look Like a Pikmin
pikmin hats
Read Article Hololive Vtuber Calliope Mori on Break Following Knee Surgery
Hololive Vtuber Calliope Mori on Break Following Knee Surgery
Read Article Towa Tsugai Service to End in July 2024
towa tsugai end service
Read Article Ghost in the Shell Arrives in Girls’ Frontline
Read Article Mega Man Was Originally a Famicom Disk System Game
Mega Man Was Originally a Famicom Disk System Game
Author
Daniel Bueno
Daniel is a staff writer and translator from the Spaghetti Western land of Andalusia, Spain. He got his start writing for Xbox Outsider in 2022. His favorite genres are RPGs, survival horrors, and immersive sims. In truth, he is a Dragon Quest slime in a human suit.