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Square Enix Releases Fifteen Game OSTs on iTunes
05.10.05 - 1:05 PM

Square Enix has announced the release of fifteen game OSTs on Apple's iTunes Music Store. This is the first time these soundtracks will be available domestically and marks the first time that a game soundtrack will be available on the iTunes Music Store.

The dedicated Final Fantasy page in the iTunes store will include music from Final Fantasies I through XI, Music from Dear Friends, and the two Black Mages albums.

Nobuo Uematsu had this to say: "I am thrilled that our soundtracks will finally be available to all the supportive American fans who have enjoyed our music over the years."

The following is a full list of all titles currently available. All prices are USD.

Final Fantasy ($5.99)
Final Fantasy II ($5.99)
Final Fantasy IV ($7.99)
Final Fantasy V ($11.99)
Final Fantasy VI ($17.99)
Final Fantasy VII ($24.99)
Final Fantasy VIII ($24.99)
Final Fantasy IX ($24.99)
Final Fantasy X ($24.99)
Final Fantasy XI ($11.99)
Final Fantasy XI: Rise of the Zilart ($9.99)
Final Fantasy XI: Chains of Promathia ($9.99)
20020220: Music from Final Fantasy ($9.99)
The Black Mages ($9.99)
The Black Mages II: The Skies Above ($9.99)


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