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Soundtrack Packaging and Artwork

We have packaging scans of various soundtracks, as well as some artwork today. Let's get to it!

First off, we have scans of the Wild ARMs soundtrack.

When Chrono Cross was released last November in Japan, those who pre-ordered the game were treated to a limited edition clock. We have a picture of that on the Chrono Cross Products page. We also have the Chrono Cross Soundtrack packaging up for you to see.

Next there's some Final Fantasy VIII stuff. First is scans of the arranged soundtrack, entitled Fithos Lusec Wecos Vinosec, here. We also have a picture of the set of super-deformed keychains on the FFVIII Products page.

Continuing with the theme of soundtrack packaging, be sure to check out the Chrono Trigger Soundtrack '99.

Finally, there's Brave Fencer Musashi. First, the eye-catching soundtrack packaging is up. Along with the soundtrack, came a 20 page art booklet, all of which can be seen on the aptly-named artwork page.

Stay tuned for more products and soundtracks in the weeks to come!

And thanks go out to my brother for allowing us to have scans of the Wild ARMs and Brave Fencer soundtracks.

Date Updated:
March 12th, 2000

Time Updated:
1:50 PM


The Chronologist

Related Links:
  •   Chrono Trigger PS Screen Shots
  •   Chrono Cross Screen Shots
  •   Wild ARMs 2 Screen Shots


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