Just like every Kirby game before it, Kirby and the Forgotten Land has a fantastic soundtrack from top to bottom, filled with fresh tunes and remixes of old classics. If you’d like to own the soundtrack separate from the game, you’ll be happy to know that Nintendo is releasing not one, but two different physical versions in Japan.

On the game’s second anniversary, Nintendo and HAL have pulled back the curtain on the Kirby and the Forgotten Land soundtrack releases. First up is the Complete Soundtrack, which includes all of the game’s music and move dialogue a 40-page booklet and four CDs with 115 tracks altogether. The last track on the entire album is the Japanese version of the game’s theme song, “Welcome to the New World!”

Also packed inside the Complete Soundtrack is a photo frame that features a music box that plays a short version of the theme song. There will also be five swappable photo cards tucked inside as well. All of these goodies will come with a rather hefty price tag of $100, and the package will be available until May 7, 2024, or whenever the production limit is hit.

For those who want something a bit more straightforward, a Sound Selection album will be released as well. This includes 33 tracks on a single CD with a 6-page booklet. This release is priced at a much more manageable $16.

If you’d like to get a closer look at both versions of this soundtrack, you can find the official website here.

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