Square Enix has announced that the official soundtrack for their FMV mystery adventure, The Centennial Case: A Shijima Story, is now available on streaming services. Featuring 79 songs totaling roughly three hours and thirty minutes, the link hub page leads to several streaming services, including YouTube and Spotify.
Note that at the time of this article’s publishing, the soundtrack may not be available for you yet, depending on your time zone. You’ll likely have to wait for when your time zone hits midnight for the songs to become available.
Throughout this game, players witness the tragic tale of the Shijima family, who have experienced many familial deaths over the past 100 years. The protagonist is a mystery novelist named Haruka Kagami, who utilizes her detective prowess to investigate the four deaths that have plagued this family’s history.
High-quality cinematography and live-action gameplay are at the forefront of the experience to immerse players in several eras of Japan. Nanami Sakuraba plays the protagonist, Haruka Kagami, and Yuta Hiraoka plays the Shijima family’s second son, Eiji Shijima.
The Centennial Case: A Shijima Story is now available for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Nintendo Switch, and PC via Steam.
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