OverClocked ReMix, the go-to for videogame music preservation and appreciation, has taken it upon themselves to give Final Fantasy fans something rather special with its latest musical project, Kotaku reports.
The newest remix is a three disc, three-hour-plus, “rock opera” compilation of composer Nobuo Uematsu’s 46-track score from Final Fantasy IV. The work consists of three sections (Betrayal, Strife, Redemption), and was constructed with the help of 33 different artists. And best of all is that the entire collection is free to download over at OverClocked’s site.
Where does Final Fantasy IV’s score rank among the other scores in the series?