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Final Fantasy Soundtrack Series

This August Final Fantasy VII Remake will be released, we all hope that there will be no changes to the release schedule due to the corona virus. But while waiting for the release, it’s a good idea to listen to the best songs from Final Fantasy. Here the IDGW team summarizes some of the best final fantasy soundtracks in our opinion. For our own criteria, we chose soundtracks from various Final Fantasy series and also various types ranging from instruments to soundtracks with vocals. Here are the best Final Fantasy Soundtracks of all time according to the IDGW team.

Faye Wong – Eyes On Me (OST Final Fantasy VIII)

The ost of Final Fantasy VII, which tells the story of a group of young warriors, is indeed the pioneer of the soundtrack that makes the Final Fantasy series baper. Faye Wong sings this song so well and touchingly, so we can feel what Squall and Rinoa feel here, so we highly recommend this song for you to listen to while waiting for Final Fantasy VII Remake to be released, for those who want nostalgia can play this version The latest version of Final Fanrasy VIII is the Remastered version.

Aerith Theme ( Final Fantasy VII OST)

Aerith is one of the important characters in Final Fantasy VII and has its own soundtrack. According to the IDGW team, Aerith’s soundtrack is one of the most amazing soundtracks ever in the world of Final Fantasy, Nobuo Uematsu’s melody is so beautiful here that even the listeners can touch it. We suggest that you provide a tissue next to you when playing the Final Fantasy VII Remake game because there will be a repeat of the tragic scene when Sephiroth kills Aerith but this time in Full HD. For those who are not strong please don’t play this game :(.

My last night here for you
Same old songs, just once more
My last night here with you?
Augustbe yes, maybe no

Tifa Theme ( Final Fantasy VII OST)

Tifa’s OST is one of the underrated soundtracks in the FF world. Though the resulting melody is very beautiful and no less touching than the Aerith Theme. Augustbe because there are no dramatic scenes like Aerith so this Tifa Theme is less noticed by Final Fantasy fans, but we highly recommend this song for you to listen to before Final Fantasy VII Remake releases in August.

Rikki – Suteki Da Ne (Isn’t It Beautiful? – Final Fantasy X OST)

Final Fantasy X is the only FF with a strong Japanese culture. In line with the game, the song also has a very strong Japanese impression, according to the idgw team, Suteki Da Ne is an interesting song because it has a deep message from the game. This song tells about Yuna’s struggle as a summoner that is so hard.

Emiko Shiratori – Melodies of Life (Final Fantasy IX OST)

Melodies of Life tells the story of Garnet, a Final Fantasy IX character who has a crush on Zidane Tribal. That’s a snippet of the lyrics of the song melodies of life which is very beautiful.

A voice from the past, joining yours and mine.
Adding up the layers of harmony.

And so it goes, on and on.
melodies of life,
To the sky beyond the flying birds – forever and beyond.”

Sayuri Sugawara – Kimi Ga Iru Kara (Final Fantasy XIII OST)

Sayuri Sugawara has a voice and mood that is considered to match this jpop genre song so that the chemistry obtained is very strong. Although the rating is not too good, FF XII has an amazing original soundtrack.