Final Fantasy XIII-2 co-composer Mitsuto Suzuki has uploaded rehearsal photos from the Fantasy Rock Fes 2012 concert taking place later today at Club Citta in Japan. Masashi Hamauzu and vocalist Mina will be performing music from Final Fantasy XIII and their IMERUAT studio album Black Ocean.
Earlier this week, Square Enix streamed a forty-minute mixtape of numerous music tracks from their latest role-playing game for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 during a Ustream event. Today that program, "Final Fantasy XIII-2 Mitsuto Suzuki Balearic Mix," has been uploaded to Square Enix's YouTube channel, previewing music from the soundtrack by Suzuki, Naoshi Mizuta and Masashi Hamauzu.
Square Enix has released a promotional video for the four-disc soundtrack album to role-playing game Final Fantasy XIII-2. The Japanese-language movie hears from composers Masashi Hamauzu, Naoshi Mizuta and Mitsuto Suzuki.
Square Enix has posted samples of every track from the soundtrack to Sengoku IXA. The historical browser game, a partnership with Yahoo, features thirteen music tracks by Pax Japonica Groove, Hidenori Iwasaki, Naoshi Mizuta, Mitsuto Suzuki and other artists.
Square Enix has released the English language opening video sequence from Final Fantasy XIII-2. The role-playing game for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 begins with a battle between characters Lightning and Caius.
Square Enix has updated the official soundtrack website for Final Fantasy XIII-2 with twelve music samples from the upcoming role-playing game for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, composed by Masashi Hamauzu, Naoshi Mizuta and Mitsuto Suzuki.
Final Fantasy XIII-2 co-composer Mitsuto Suzuki has uploaded to the Square Enix Music Blog a slightly modified sample of his contribution to remix album SQ Chips, Final Fantasy XII arrangement "PSG meets PS2."
Mitsuto Suzuki has uploaded his song "Missing Link" from Final Fantasy XIII-2 to the official Square Enix Music Blog, where it can be streamed online. The vocal track features Russian singer Origa.
Akira Yamaoka discusses the creation of the fundraising initiative Play For Japan: The Album, whose proceeds will go to charity. He is joined by charity album participants Hip Tanaka.β and Mitsuto Suzuki.
Samples of five tracks from Square Enix's chiptune arrange album SQ Chips have been posted to the official album webpage. They are "Chrono Trigger" from Chrono Trigger remixed by DJ OMKT & MJ and "Battle 2" from Final Fantasy III by Hige Driver.