Dissidia: Final Fantasy Pre-Order Soundtrack Track List Confirmed


Inspired by a recent comment from reader Renee on a previous post about the Dissidia: Final Fantasy soundtrack Amazon.com and Game Crazy are offering as a pre-order bonus for the PSP fighting game, we dropped a line in to Square Enix Monday afternoon to find out if a track list was available for the 10-song excerpts CD.

Well, great news. Today, Square Enix replied to our request and kindly provided us with the full track list to share with you — and you’ll find the track list after this!

With a total run time just under 30 minutes, the soundtrack features five songs new to Dissidia and five arranged versions of classic tunes from Final Fantasy I, III, IV, V and VI. This is not some skimpy pre-order soundtrack sampler, folks. This is a pre-order bonus done right!


2. Prelude – menu [from DISSIDIA FINAL FANTASY]
3. Keeping the Peace – [from DISSIDIA FINAL FANTASY]
5. Victory Fanfare – Cosmos [from DISSIDIA FINAL FANTASY]
6. Main Theme – arrange [from FINAL FANTASY I]
7. Eternal Wind – arrange [from FINAL FANTASY III]
8. Battle With The Four Fiends – arrange [from FINAL FANTASY IV]
9. Battle at the Big Bridge – arrange [from FINAL FANTASY V]
10. Terra’s Theme – arrange [from FINAL FANTASY VI]

Total running time 28:43

Pre-Order Dissidia: Final Fantasy [Amazon.com]

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