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Video Game Ad of the Day: Final Fantasy Legends series

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The Final Fantasy Legend is probably better referred to as Makai Toushi Sa·Ga, since it’s technically part of the SaGa series rather than a Final Fantasy game. Anyway, Squaresoft originally released three Legends games in the early 1990s, but Sunsoft decided to take the oportunity to cash-in on the success of Final Fantasy VII and VIII and re-release them and Final Fantasy Adventure (the first Mana game) in 1998.

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You know you want this 20th Anniversary Seiken Densetsu music collection


Seiken Densetsu, or the Mana series as we know it, is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year. The first game in the series was released as Final Fantasy Adventure in America and as Mystic Quest in Europe, just to make the name confusion all the more fun.

In celebration of the milestone, Square-Enix is releasing this absolutely massive soundtrack box. Inside are twenty CDs of music from each game in the series, from Final Fantasy Adventure through to Heroes of Mana. It’ll set you back 21,000 yen.

If that’s not enough Mana series music for you, the album SQ Chips will also be released in September. This album will feature 8 bit arrangements of Square’s classics. A recently released preview album revealed that two of the tracks come from Secret of Mana.

On top of that, there is also the Re:Birth / Seiken Densetsu Kenji Ito Arrange Album, due to be released in October. It’s a tribute to the soundtrack of the first game in the series, Final Fantasy Adventure.

Via Destructoid