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Final Fantasy 4: Arranged/Remixed tunes

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Game info

Name: Final Fantasy 4
Alternate name: Final Fantasy II (U.S. Super NES title)
Characteristics: Adventure, Top-Down, Medieval Fantasy, Role-Playing (RPG)
Publishers: Square, Squaresoft
Developers: Square, Squaresoft
Original/port composer: Nobuo Uematsu
Game Boy
Super NES (19 Jul 1991) - Japan
Super NES (Oct 1991) - United States
PlayStation (21 Mar 1997) - Japan
WonderSwan (28 Mar 2002) - Japan
WonderSwan Color (28 Mar 2002) - Japan
PlayStation (May 2002) - Europe

Music info

Released: 1991
Related Plaform: Super NES
Format: Tracked music (MOD / XM / S3M / IT)
Composers of these tunes: Nintendo Guru, DarkHero, Yakra, Various Authors, Mirai Trunks, Mathew Valente, Gwilym Wogan, MusicKnight, Michael Burke, Terha Uzyn, Jason Winning, Hector Chang, Amstrocity, Interceptor, Martin Skog, ZhangFei, Sandro R., Patrick Graham, David Schultz, Larry Linemann, Exent Toh, Dennis Mott, Kyle Fischer, Austen Landauer, Matt Swanton, De Fersen, ZoneSeek, Colin Bartolome, Dark Eternal, Barubary, Dan Bisciglia, Brad Byrd, R. Cruzen, Andrew Coutermarsh, Dave (CHEECH!), LittleElk, Matt Neuber, Brian Xaiver, Peter Weatherby, Jell, Alamone Cat Dog, Steve Cohen, Chris Cole, Mike Chan, GBlues, Nathan Strong, Generic Blues, Umaro, Kris Hauser, Leilei
Source / Archiver / Ripper: Mirsoft, Dr. Spa, DarkHero, Kilu, dark_elf, leilei
Music type: Arranged/Remixed tunes
Archived process: Archived completely
Num of tunes: 196
Complete: 100%
Size of archive: 15.52 MBytes

User reviews

  • "Great Tune Collection" (by kreature, 3 Apr 2007) [7/10]
    While some of the compositions in this archive suffer from slightly fuzzy/clangy sounding samples, they are very close (if not better) than the original Snes pieces, and most of them loop as they would in the game.

  • "Truly inspiring." (by Keiseth, 1 Oct 2007) [10/10]
    The whole collection is perfect; the remix or arrangements that exist take just enough from the originals while adding in their own flavor and the tracks intending to sound like the originals do so perfectly. There were a couple that had the odd note here and there or one note that went on too long, but they are few and far between if there at all.

    Particularly, the Battle Music seems to have been covered with exceptional detail. Some great justice done to the incredible boss and fiend music.

  • "A must have for RPG nerds/geeks/gits/whatever!!!" (by JaadWoro, 9 Sep 2010) [10/10]
    Here is a bunch of beautiful arranged tunes from this pack:

    • FF2: Airship and Airship

    • Baron's Theme(in all its versions)

    • The Battles Must go On

    • FF2: Boss Theme

    • FFIV: Boss Theme

    • Golbez's Theme

    • Victory theme in all its versions

    • Ring of Bombs (Metal Mix), BERCOOL metal remix of the battle theme with bombs

    Must have for every hardcore FF Fan. Nuff said!

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