In this world, a legend prevails in the hearts of all people. The Seven Wonders, when unsealed, will bring the God unto the world who will usher in a Golden age of peace, prosperity, and value. But when the world comes to need the seven wonders, will its people find out that the legend doesn't even exist...?
The Pioneers: Masashi Hamauzu Masashi Hamauzu is a classically trained musician and vocalist. Inheriting the talents of his father, an opera singer, the composer lent his voice to the chorus of "One Winged Angel" in Final Fantasy VII, and years later was selected to compose music for the game's long-awaited sequel. Here, ten music samples highlight the composer's career thus far, from his interning position at Square on up to his preparations for Final Fantasy XIII. The Pioneers
Unlimited: SaGa out in Europe Square Enix Europe and Atari yesterday released Unlimited: SaGa in Europe. The only reason this is interesting is because I was in a store picking up Viewtiful Joe and happened to notice that it not only comes in deluxe cardboard embossed packaging with a 3-panel character art foldout, but also contains a second disc with the European version of Final Fantasy X Eternal Calm. Mmm-mm good.
Atari starts to kick ass in Europe Atari, the European publisher of Squenix titles, has announced that it will be releasing Unlimited Saga: Collector's Edition because the game obviously got so slammed by critics that no one will want to buy it unless they release it with the specified Bonus Disc containing the Final Fantasy X Eternal Calm movie (retitled as "Final Fantasy X-2 Prologue"). Eternal Calm is a 14 minute long movie that was previously available on the Japanese version of FFX International. The contents of the disc have been remastered and are in English with five different languages available in subtitles. Gamefront