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April 19th, 2011 by Tony Garsow

Music DLC packs for Final Fantasy I, IV, and XIII are now available on the North American PlayStation Network for $0.99/each.  The tracks from Final Fantasy I include: “Flying Airship”, “Town Theme”, “Temple of Chaos”, “Menu Screen” and “Battle Scene”. The music tracks from Final Fantasy IV include: Golbez, Clad in the Dark”, “Zeromus”, and “Tower of Babil”. The music tracks from Final Fantasy XIII are “Fighting Fate”, “Eden Under Siege”, “Chocobos of Cocoon ~ Chasing Dreams”, “Eidolons”, and “Dust to Dust”. Again, each music pack is approximately $0.99.

It should be noted that the “Chocobos of Cocoon ~ Chasing Dreams” track is the Japanese version.

You can view the full DLC schedule for ALL REGIONS by expanding the article.

Costumes:
JAPAN REGION
Lightning: Redeemable with The 3rd Birthday product code.
Cloud Strife: Redeemable with Kingdom Hearts: Birth by Sleep -Final Mix- product code.
Tifa Lockhart: Comes with the first print of Dissidia 012: Final Fantasy.
Squall Leonhart: Redeemable with purchase of V-Jump (March issue.)
Warrior of Light: Available now on Japanese PlayStation Network.
Cecil Harvey: Redeemable with Final Fantasy IV: The Complete Collection product code.
Zidane Tribal: Available on Japanese PlayStation Network March 31st.
Kuja: Available on Japanese PlayStation Network March 31st.
Vaan: Redeemable with purchase of V-Jump (June issue.)
Sephiroth: Available on the Japanese PlayStation Network April 7th.
Laguna Loire: Available on the Japanese PlayStation Network April 7th.
Yuna: Available on the Japanese PlayStation Network April 20th.
The Emperor: Available on the Japanese PlayStation Network April 28th.
Onion Knight: Available on the Japanese PlayStation Network April 28th.

NORTH AMERICA REGION
Lightning: Redeemable with The 3rd Birthday product code March 29th.
Cloud Strife: GameStop pre-order gift.
Tifa Lockhart: Amazon.com pre-order gift.
Squall Leonhart: UNANNOUNCED
Warrior of Light: Available for free on the North American PlayStation Network on March 29th.
Cecil Harvey: Available with Final Fantasy IV: The Complete Collection product code April 19th.
Zidane Tribal: UNANNOUNCED
Kuja: UNANNOUNCED
Vaan: UNANNOUNCED
Sephiroth: UNANNOUNCED
Laguna Loire: UNANNOUNCED
Yuna: UNANNOUNCED
The Emperor: UNANNOUNCED
Onion Knight: UNANNOUNCED

EUROPE REGION
Lightning: Redeemable with The 3rd Birthday product code April 1st.
Cloud Strife: UNANNOUNCED
Tifa Lockhart: Dissidia 012: Final Fantasy Legacy Edition gift.
Squall Leonhart: Dissidia 012: Final Fantasy Legacy Edition gift.
Warrior of Light: Available for free on PlayStation Network March 31st.
Cecil Harvey: Available with Final Fantasy IV: The Complete Collection product code April 22nd.
Zidane Tribal: Available now on the PlayStation Network.
Kuja: Available now on the PlayStation Network.
Vaan: UNANNOUNCED
Sephiroth: Available April 27th on the PlayStation Network.
Laguna Loire: Available May 4th on the PlayStation Network.
Yuna: UNANNOUNCED
The Emperor: UNANNOUNCED
Onion Knight: UNANNOUNCED

Music:
JAPAN REGION
Final Fantasy I: (JPN: Available with Final Fantasy Mobile.)
+ “Flying Airship”, “Cornelia Castle”, “Temple of Chaos”, “Menu Screen”, “Battle Scene”
Final Fantasy II: (JPN: Available on PSN 4/28 for 300 yen.)
+ “Tower of Mages”, “Temptation of the Princess”, “Dead Music”
Final Fantasy III: (JPN: Available on PSN 4/28 for 300 yen.)
+ “Endless Ocean”, “Forbidden Land Eureka”, “Theme of the Four Old Men”
Final Fantasy IV: (JPN: On PSN 3/24 for 300 yen.)
+ “Golbez, Clad in the Dark”, “Zeromus”, “Tower of Babil”
Final Fantasy VII: (JPN: On PSN 4/7 for 300 yen.)
+ “Crazy Motorcycle Chase”, “Birth of a God”, “Electric de Chocobo”
Final Fantasy VIII: (JPN: On PSN 4/7 for 300 yen.)
+ “Liberi Fatali”, “The Landing”, “Shuffle or Boogie”
Final Fantasy IX: (JPN: On PSN 3/31 for 300 yen.)
+ “Betting on This Blade”, “Hunter’s Chance”, “Rose of May”
Final Fantasy XIII: (JPN: Dissidia 012 Ultimania -RPG Side- bonus gift.)
+ “Fighting Fate”, “Eden Under Siege”, “Chocobos of Cocoon ~ Chasing Dreams”, “Eidolons”, “Dust to Dust”
Final Fantasy X: (JPN: Available on PSN 4/21)
+ “Enemy Attack”, “Assault”, “The Decisive Battle”
Final Fantasy XII: (JPN: Available on PSN 4/21)
+ “Clash of Swords”, “Upheaval – Imperial ver.”, “Time For a Rest”

NORTH AMERICA REGION
Final Fantasy I: (Available on PSN 4/18 for $0.99)
+ “Flying Airship”, “Cornelia Castle”, “Temple of Chaos”, “Menu Screen”, “Battle Scene”
Final Fantasy IV: (Available on PSN 4/18 for $0.99)
+ “Golbez, Clad in the Dark”, “Zeromus”, “Tower of Babil”
Final Fantasy XIII: (Available on PSN 4/18 for $0.99)
+ “Fighting Fate”, “Eden Under Siege”, “Chocobos of Cocoon ~ Chasing Dreams”, “Eidolons”, “Dust to Dust”

EUROPE REGION
Final Fantasy IX: (EUR: Available April 20th, £0.79, €0.99)
+ “Betting on This Blade”, “Hunter’s Chance”, “Rose of May”
Final Fantasy I: (EUR: Available April 20th, £0.79, €0.99)
+ “Flying Airship”, “Cornelia Castle”, “Temple of Chaos”, “Menu Screen”, “Battle Scene”
Final Fantasy VII: (EUR: Available April 27th, £0.79, €0.99)
+ “Crazy Motorcycle Chase”, “Birth of a God”, “Electric de Chocobo”
Final Fantasy VIII: (JPN: On PSN May 4th, £0.79, €0.99)
+ “Liberi Fatali”, “The Landing”, “Shuffle or Boogie”

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  • lalik

    I can easily mod the music but Imma buy them instead. lol FFXIII’s!

  • Frioniel

    The tracks from Final Fantasy I include “Town Theme”… Isn’t this song in the game already? I hope you mean “Castle Cornelia”.

  • lalik

    @KizukuKanshi
    Ahh good thing I thought it was only mine. Yeah I notice this too. Sucks.

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  • I want to buy some of the tracks