Q? Entertainment’s remix of the PC game Every Extend is going to debut in Japan on August 3rd at the price of 5,040 yen ($43). Mizuguchi-san who leads Q? Entertainment has always put an emphasis on the soundtrack in his games. Every Extend Extra is bent towards electronic music with USCUS filling trance tracks from his new album, Mentarhythm in the listing. An interesting addition to the list is O-Zone (listen to their music), an Eastern European pop group that had a worldwide hit with the song “Dragostea Din Tei”. You may have recognized the track from Disney’s Chicken Little movie. The wait for Every Extend Extra shouldn’t be too long for North America. Buena Vista Games is going to publish the game in the fourth quarter.