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Final Fantasy XII The Zodiac Age Collector's Edition Original Soundtrack is the Final Fantasy XII soundtrack album released by Square Enix Music, included with the Collector's Edition of Final Fantasy XII The Zodiac Age. Unlike the Final Fantasy X HD Remaster Original Soundtrack included with the collector's edition of Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster, this album is issued on CD and features only a sampling of 17 tracks from the game. It is included in the steelbook that also includes the game disc, along with a booklet of liner notes, with a personal message from composer Hitoshi Sakimoto. Although the track listing includes the statement "All tracks from Zodiac Age Version unless otherwise noted", the only notation present for any of the tracks is that the final track, "The Zodiac Age," is 'newly recorded'. Additionally, although a number of new tracks are featured in Final Fantasy XII The Zodiac Age, "The Zodiac Age" is the only such track present on this album, all others are simply new versions of tracks found within the original title. "The Zodiac Age" is used during the credits sequence accessible from the title menu for Final Fantasy XII The Zodiac Age.

Track listEdit

  1. "FINAL FANTASY"
  2. "Streets of Rabanastre"
  3. "Penelo's Theme"
  4. "To Be a Sky Pirate"
  5. "The Dalmasca Estersand"
  6. "Nalbina Dungeons"
  7. "Boss Battle"
  8. "Golmore Jungle"
  9. "Eruyt Village"
  10. "The Salikawood"
  11. "Flash of Steel"
  12. "The Cerobi Steppe"
  13. "To Walk Amongst Gods"
  14. "The Final Act"
  15. "Bahamut Shudders"
  16. "Struggle for Freedom"
  17. "The Zodiac Age" (Newly Recorded)

Liner notesEdit

The liner notes feature the same artwork seen on the steelbook, as well a track listing, production information and a message from Hitoshi Sakimoto.

Message from Hitoshi SakimotoEdit

"Hello - It took a lot of small steps and constant steady effort in order to achieve what we were not able to do in the original title for the music. Now, because of you, I was able to bring it to a level that I am satisfied with. This was all made possible by everyone that had asked for a remaster! Let's open the renewed door of youth, and experience the joy and thrills together! Thank you! Hitoshi Sakimoto, Composer"