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Ace Combat 3: Electrosphere Direct Audio with AppenDisc is the official release of the soundtrack of Ace Combat 3: Electrosphere. It features all of the music from the Japanese and international versions of the game, as well as some special features.

Contents

Ace Combat 3: Electrosphere Direct Audio with AppenDisc includes two discs (described below) and two small booklets. The booklets contain charts of the game's mission branches, including which tracks and cutscenes play in each mission. They also contain official artwork and some comments from those involved in the making of the soundtrack.[1]

Direct Audio

Direct Audio, found on both discs, contains the full soundtrack from both versions of the game, tracks exclusively used in some promotional material, and some unused/unreleased tracks.

Disc 1

  1. Engage
  2. Linkage
  3. Armory
  4. Transparent Blue
  5. Eye of The Storm
  6. Physical Layer
  7. The Protocol
  8. Montage
  9. Quartz
  10. The Maneuver
  11. Mind Flow
  12. Frozen Soul
  13. Miles Above
  14. Void
  15. Black Lotus
  16. Freefall
  17. Alert
  18. Superstition
  19. Shattered Stones
  20. Analogue
  21. Turbulence
  22. Defiled
  23. Code of Honor
  24. Floe
  25. Lithium
  26. Shorelines
  27. Replay
  28. The Crew

Disc 2

  1. Electrosphere
  2. Somnus
  3. The Execution
  4. Rotation
  5. Liquid Air
  6. Child's Play
  7. Camber
  8. Kernel
  9. Revelation
  10. Amorphous
  11. Virgo
  12. Gordian Knot
  13. Zero-Sum
  14. Morceaux

AppenDisc

AppenDisc, found on Disc 2 only, contains the following extra features:

  • Movie Player, allowing the user to watch all of the game's cutscenes without subtitles
  • Deadcopy, a save file that has everything unlocked including the X-49 Night Raven
  • Original Movie, introducing the user to the X-49 Night Raven

Gallery

Trivia

  • "AppenDisc" is a pun on the word "appendix", used to refer to supplementary material at the end of a book, article, or other document.

References

  1. Direct Audio with AppenDisc. USEA Today. Published September 12, 2009. Retrieved December 3, 2014.
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