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Posted on Saturday, July 13 @ 17:11:16 PST by Heath_Hindman

It's hard to find a list of top game music without finding something made by Nobuo Uematsu. The man who spent well over a decade writing music for the Final Fantasy series is one of the best-known composers in the biz. This in mind, new publisher acttil (deliberate lowercase) exciedtly announced today that it will be making Uematsu's e-book Blik-0 1946 available in English.

Electronics can do things regular old paper-style books can't, and Uematsu makes use of this by giving Blik-0 1946 its own original, three-song soundtrack. The tracks will play at appropriate times during the book, not unlike the way a movie or game soundtrack functions.

There is no exact release date, but acttil has said that Blik-0 1946 will be available on the iTune store in August and sell for $9.99.  You can check out more details by glancing over the company's official press release here and then skip on to Blik-0's Facebook page as well.

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