I could be wrong, but I think "Hikari"/"Simple and Clean" was for Kingdom Hearts. According to Wikipedia, Utada Hikaru's album came out a week before the game's release, and she produced the song for the game.
I've always assumed "Wishing for an Eternal Sky" was written for the underrated PS2 gem SkyGunner. I can't say for sure since I can't find any documentation on the song online.
One I'm sure has is the complete soundtrack for Rhapsody A Musical Adventure, the PS1 game which is basically a Broadway style musical in a fantasy RPG. It comes in Japanese or English. The DS version didn't include the English soundtrack, which is sad because it is laughably bad in the best way possible.
They haven't done one is about a month but First For Gamers with John Davison and Garnett Lee (both formerly of EGM/1Up, John also formerly of Gamespot, Garnett formerly of Shacknews) is a podcast/video cast on YouTube. It's very similar to Bombin' in the AM.
He looks good. He has a different design from the MC's of P3 and P4, as stated by others above, a more mature look. I am interested to see if this means the characters will be older than in the previous two games. In all honestly, my very first reaction was "dude, get a haircut", but then I remembered that Japanese girls are still into that metro-look. If games can have "puff-puff" girls, then they should have those delicate guys to appeal to other demographics.