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NieR Music Concert and Talk Blu-ray coming December 16, 2016

NieR Music Concert and Talk Blu-ray coming December 16, 2016

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Square Enix Music Japan has announced that they will release a NieR Music Concert & Talk Live Blu-ray on December 16, 2016 featuring music composed by Keiichi Okabe and Keigo Hoashi. The Blu-ray will feature recordings of the sold out NieR Concert from this April 16, 2016 was held at EX THEATER ROPPONGI. The announcement page details that the performers included Vocalists: Emi Evans, Nami Nakagawa, J’Nique Nicole, on Piano: Keigo Hoashi (MONACA). on Guitar: Takanori Goto and on Strings: Takanori Goto. The Blu-ray will also include some portions of the discussion from the event.

The track listing has also been revealed, and it appears that there are a total of 13 tracks, two of them featuring music from the new game NieR: Automata.

Natsunoyuki
Light Roh Fubuki Kuoka
Kinase
Inishienouta / Devol
rest
Folly Kashii machine
NieR: Automata New BGM # 1
NieR: Automata New BGM # 2
Emile
Devil
Ashes of Dreams
Obaachan
Inishienouta / fate

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You can see the official announcement page for the Blu-ray on Square Enix Japan’s page, and you can pre-order it from their store right now for 10% discount price of 4704 Japanese Yen, Regular Price is 5184 Yen on Amazon Japan. The music from the concert will also be available on CD, but as of now it seems you can only get the CD version by pre-ordering the collector’s edition of NieR: Automata which is due out February 23, 2016. You can see the known details about that CD on the Video Game Music Database here.

Will you be pre-ordering this Blu-ray or the CD version in the collector’s version of NieR: Automata?

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