** An obscure, Christmas-themed rendition of the FINAL FANTASY main theme -- known as 'FINAL FANTASY', 'Main Theme', 'Opening Theme', and 'Prologue' -- used exclusively for the now-defunct Squaresoft/PlayOnline website during the 1999-2000 holidays, and arranged by SaGa and Mana series composer Kenji Ito.
*** The third of four FINAL FANTASY arrangement albums under the Distant Worlds banner, featuring live remixes of Nobuo Uematsu's music performed by symphony orchestra, choir, and renowned instrumental and vocal soloists.
† The first of two Vocal Collections albums, released in 1994 and containing vocal arrangements of music from the original FINAL FANTASY through FINAL FANTASY VI.
‡ A Chrono series arrangement album featuring the works of Yasunori Mitsuda released on October 14, 2015. Several of the already lush arrangements feature vocals as well.
§ Sonic CD famously features two entirely separate soundtracks: one for the European-Japanese release and another for the American release. No official reason for the dual soundtracks has ever been given by SEGA, though a popular theory simply posits that American players would not respond positively to the house-style music in the Japanese version.
|| A collection of remixed "B-Side" tracks from Paradise Killer, alongside three new songs, vocal tracks, instrumental versions, and piano arrangements. Released on March 16, 2022.
# An official two-disc compilation soundtrack released in Japan on February 25, 1991 and simply known as "Super Mario World". The first disc features jazz remixes arranged by Soichi Noriki and performed by the Mario Club Band. The second disc contains part or all of the original soundtracks of Super Mario Bros., Super Mario Bros: The Lost Levels, Super Mario Bros. 3, and Super Mario World.