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Final Fantasy Symphonic Suite

Game info

Name: Final Fantasy
Characteristics: 3rd Person, RPG
Publishers: Square, Micro Cabin
Developers: Square, Squaresoft
Original/port composer: Nobuo Uematsu (NES)
Platforms:
WonderSwan - Japan
Nintendo Ent. System (1987) - United States
Nintendo Ent. System (18 Dec 1987) - Japan
MSX (1989) - Japan
WonderSwan Color (09 Dec 2000) - Japan
PlayStation (31 Oct 2002) - Japan

Music info

Released: 25 Mar 1994
Format: Digital audio (WAV / Redbook Audio / MP3)
Composer of these tunes: Nobuo Uematsu
Info Source: synSONIQ Records
Music type: Arranged soundtrack
Num of tunes: 7
Num of CDs: 1
Catalogue Nr.: PSCR-5253
Play time: 39:44

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Tracklist

01 - SCENE I (Final Fantasy II Main Theme) (4:16)
02 - SCENE II (Battle 2) (5:02)
03 - SCENE III (Openig Theme, Town, Matoya's Cavern) (6:05)
04 - SCENE IV (Finale) (5:20)
05 - SCENE V (New Composition, Prelude, Final Fantasy I Main Theme, Chaos' Temple) (8:11)
06 - SCENE VI (Gurgu Volcano, Empire's Army Theme) (5:02)
07 - SCENE VII (Rebel Theme) (5:31)

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