John Paul Hayward launched a Kickstarter for a symphonic arrangement of music from the game Chrono Cross, which included vinyl options starting at the $80 tier.
The Kickstarter launched three times – first one was cancelled, second one failed, but the third time it was succesful.
It sounds like it will be either 2LP or 3LP on colored vinyl, but details are still not certain.
Vinyl rewards are scheduled to ship out in April, 2020.
Laced Records have released Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra’s Symphonic Fantasies Tokyo on vinyl.
The album is a 3LP on black vinyl with new art by Johnni Di-Doi and Petherton Press. It features arranged music from the games Kingdom Hearts I & II, Secret of Mana, Chrono Trigger, Chrono Cross, and Final Fantasy I-VII + X.
Preorders opened on October 25, 2016 and released mid-December 2016.
Square Enix will be releasing an album with arranged versions of some of Yasunori Mitsuda’s music for these titles.
It was set to be released on December 15, 2015, but due to a manufacturing issue it was delayed to early January, 2016.
Japanese copies were shipped with three discs as they did not remove the faulty disc from the release. However, a disc with the fault corrected was also included with those copies. The fault was simply that the track order on Side D was incorrect.
The EU Square Enix Store only had 150 copies to sell. The NA Store didn’t open up for pre-orders until February, 2016 (with expected release late March same year).