Final Fantasy XIII Original Soundtrack -PLUS- due May 26th

“Original” + “-PLUS-” = Leona Lewis bonus tracks?

By J.D., April 6, 2010


"-PLUS-" is Japanese for "extra good yeah!"

"-PLUS-" is Japanese for "extra good yeah!"

Say you’re a Final Fantasy nut who just can’t get enough of XIII’s ridiculously overblown nature, tunes and posters and figurines included. You’re the type of person who buys videogame soundtracks on CD and listens to them while jogging in the park, having ripped ‘em and stuffed ‘em in your iPod with each track correctly labeled even though you’ll never look at the labels and you had to type them in manually because iTunes doesn’t deign to recognise such muzak.


What you need, chum, is a copy of the Final Fantasy XIII Original Soundtrack -PLUS- to complement your mint copy of the Final Fantasy XIII Original Soundtrack. So here’s the good news: -PLUS- is out in Japan on May 26th, will cost you 2,500 yen and features all of the additional Western-version music that wasn’t considered tasteful enough for the original Japanese version. Happy?


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