Square Enix Celebrates Famicom 40th Anniversary with Nostalgic Melodies Playlist; 40 Songs from Final Fantasy I, II & III

Square Enix has announced that to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Famicom (Japanese NES), they have created a new playlist on streaming services comprising songs from the first three Final Fantasy games.

Titled “Nostalgic Melodies,” 40 songs from Final Fantasy I, Final Fantasy II, and Final Fantasy III are featured, totaling around 50 minutes. For the complete list of included streaming services, like Spotify, check out the link hub.

The Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster series have collectively sold over two million units worldwide across PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, PC via Steam, and mobile devices.

In case you missed it, check out our review of the collection’s console port, briefly assessing every game in this package as well as the new boons they all benefit from.

Fans can utilize a highly-requested new font option, the ability to switch between the original and remastered background music, and several ways to adjust the experience. Specifically, random encounters can be turned off, earned experience and Gil can be amplified, and ABP can be altered. Final Fantasy II also has dedicated boost options to make the experience more accessible.

In case you missed it, a recent video interview revealed that some members of Square Enix staff highly desire a Final Fantasy VI remake.


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