Final Fantasy XIII Episode Zero - Promise - Fabula Nova Dramatica Omega

Version: Japan
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track listing

1. FRIENDS -友達 -
2. PRESENT -贈物 -
3. TOMORROW -未来-
4. DEPARTURE -出発-(Bonus Story)


Famous seiyuu such as Maaya Sakamoto and Daisuke Ono come back to act their roles as Lightning and Snow. Pivotal characters such as Sarah, that didn't have much screen time in the game will reveal more about themselves in Fabula Nova Dramatica Omega.

The drama CD focuses episodes Friendship, Gift, Tomorrow and Departure, come see how the characters' relationships evolve. Get to know more about your favorite characters and see what they really think of each other.

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Great novel adaptation. The voice actors did a very good job putting life into each and every charactors. The sound are also very good. Just by closing my eyes while listening, I could see all the scenes cleary as if watching a movie.

The bonus story is really good. It consists of 5 tracks and is 17 minutes long. Though consists of the dialogues founded in the game, it adds a lot of thoughts Lightning had when she decided to be purged to help Serah. It is wonderful and even better than the bonus story of the second cd (Dramatica Alpha) I love it. My reason for buying this cd is for this one track and I'm not disappointed.
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Completing the FF13 Experience
When I first heard the bonus drama CD that came w/ the LE OST, acting out the first chapter of the Episode Zero prologue novel, I wish they had done the same for the other 6 chapters as well. I'm glad when I found out there are two more drama CDs that did exactly that.

This drama CD is made from the prologue novel Episode Zero, the book that was sold separately to expand the story and fill in the details of the main game. When I first played FF13, I was slight underwhelmed as I found the characters under developed, but w/ this novel and these CDs, the back story, their chars' characterization and motives were much more fleshed out and made the world of Cocoon much more realized.

If you're a FF13 fan or enjoyed the game to some extent, these additional drama CDs are not to be missed.

This is the 3rd and final drama CD (the one that was included w/ the LE OST was the first) and concluding the prologue novel.
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