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News from August 2021

Final Fantasy IV Pixel Remaster Releasing September 8


Final Fantasy IV
The releases of the Pixel Remaster versions of the first six Final Fantasy games continues on September 8 with Final Fantasy IV, Square Enix have just announced. As with all the remasters, the releases are for Steam, Android and iOS and will be simultaneous worldwide.

Those who would like to play via Steam can currently preorder Final Fantasy IV alone on a 20% discount and will also receive a three-track soundtrack and two wallpapers. You can also order the bundle and get all the games that have already unlocked, all the future games as they release, and similar OST and wallpaper bundles for all six games also at a discount. The single game package is currently $14.39, and the six-game bundle is $74.82.

Sorry, still no information about a potential Switch release, for those of you asking.

Source: Gematsu

Music Updates: Final Fantasy VII Remake Concerts, New Final Fantasy IV Album


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Have you been cooped up in pandemic mode for the last year and a half like the rest of us? Do you want to get out and see some live Final Fantasy music before everything gets shut down again because we're still not winning against said pandemic? The Final Fantasy VII Remake concert series has an absolute shedload of dates coming up in North America that might be just for you. Check out this big list:
  • August 27/28: Fort Worth, Texas
  • October 16: Orlando
  • October 23: Los Angeles
  • November 12: Boston
  • November 20: St. Petersburg, Florida
  • November 27/28: Honolulu
  • December 28/29: Atlanta
  • January 28, 2022: Nashville
  • February 6: Chicago (with a matinee and evening show)
  • February 12: Montréal
  • February 25: Omaha
  • March 2/3: Toronto
  • March 5: Guadalajara
  • March 18/19: Denver
  • March 23: Phoenix
  • TBA: Two dates at Carnegie Hall, New York
Most of these dates are already on sale or will be on sale in the next few weeks. So, if one of these dates are near you, go check it out now!

Also, with Final Fantasy IV celebrating its 30th birthday this year, Square Enix have also announced a new vinyl album featuring original tracks and new arrangements of the classic Uematsu tracks. I'm not sure if they have sold through their quantity for pre-order already, but the official site is currently showing a "Waitlist" button. While I personally feel that Final Fantasy IV has one of the better overall soundtracks in the series - come watch me also gush about Celtic Moon in Discord sometime - the $40 price point for vinyl plus digital download dissuades me just a bit. The album is tentatively slated to release on August 25, so if you manage to get a copy please come let us know how it is!

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