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Breath of Fire III Drama Album
Type: Drama Album
Publisher: SulePuter

Breath of Fire III Drama Album is a 1997 album consisting of dramatized scenes taken directly from, or inspired by, the plot of the video game Breath of Fire III, which had been released earlier that same year. The album was produced and released by SulePuter, Capcom's in-house record label and featured both new and returning voice actors from the game.


Breath of Fire III is the first game in the series to feature voice acting, which is present only in battle sequences when the characters attack, cast spells, use items, etc. All voices were left in their original Japanese for the game's English release, and the voice cast feature several anime and video game personalities, such as Tomoko Takai and Kappei Yamaguchi as respectively child and adult Ryu, Kyoko Hikami as Nina, Shuusuke Sada as Rei, Kaori Saitou as Momo, Yukihiro Fujimoto as Garr, Ai Kamimura as Peco, and Youko Matsui as Teepo.

Development and release[]

In December 1997, Capcom's in-house record label, SulePuter, released an audio drama album which featured several returning and new voice actors from Breath of Fire III. Released exclusively in Japan, the album features full Japanese-language skits and full scenes performed from the game as well as new narrative material created specifically for the album. While Kyoko Hikami returns as the voice of Nina, Kappei Yamaguchi now performs as both child and adult Ryu, and several other cast members are replaced with more veteran voice actors such as Kotono Mitsuishi as Momo, Akio Ohtsuka as Garr, and relative newcomer Yukiko Matsuura as Peco. Background music from the game accompanies each track, as well as a special song titled "Harmonica" performed by Kyoko Hikami.