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Liz Maas
Do You Want A Ton Of Suikoden Music?
Show Konami the money and you can get 25 (yes, twenty-five) discs worth.
10.28.10 - 11:11 PM

As you diehard Suikoden fans may know, the much-beloved RPG series turns 15 this year. And we may not have a Suikoden VI on the horizon yet, but Konami's found one way to celebrate so far: By putting together a 25-disc soundtrack collection. That translates to an impressive 650 tracks, covering all the games from the first Suikoden and everything in between, (including tracks from Rhapsodia) up until 2008's Suikoden: Tierkreis. The remastered songs will be on Blu-spec discs for a better audio quality.

There's just one catch: Konami Style will only release the Genso Suikoden Original Soundtrack Complete Box if they receive enough pre-orders for this massive set. Pre-order at Konami Style below by December 15th (which is exactly fifteen years from the Japanese release date of the first Suikoden, by the way) to increase the collection's chances of being printed. The box will be released on March 24, 2011 in Japan for 25,000 yen ($310 US).


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