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Final Fantasy: The Clash

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Date
03/21/2008
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3.4 MB
3 min 41 sec
Score
4.34 / 5.00

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Author Comments

Game(s): Final Fantasy IV, V, IX
Song(s): ... Battle themes. Don't actually know the individual names.

*EDIT* Yay!! 4th on Best of Week! That makes my fourth song to hit that list. Sweeet. Thank you all!

Well, now.

If you'd asked me what direction this song was going to go in when I started it, my answer would probably have been nowhere near how the song actually turned out.

For those of you who liked The Strike, I bring to you The Clash, a mix of the battle themes of 4, 5 and 9. All excellent songs, as usual, and moulded together by yours truly in one of my favourite mixes to date (yes, yes, I know I say that about all of them, shu' up).

I don't really have too much more to say about it, but there will be other sequels in this series to come, I think, so keep your eyes and ears open - and in the meantime, enjoy!

- Bitium Ribbon -

Reviews


neoridgeneoridge

Rated 5 / 5 stars March 28, 2008

AWSOME!

if some one could play that melody on and electric guitar it would be incredible



Randy74Randy74

Rated 4 / 5 stars March 28, 2008

Not too shabby

Its good but I don't think its your best Final Fantasy mix to date.BIOMECHANICS ftw!



Yanman12Yanman12

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars March 28, 2008

nice!

the way you mixed it is very good. i really like which ones you used and when, like the beginning, a sort of slow paced one with a steady instrument introduction very fitting of the title. it then moves on to a very fast paced generic anime fight scene, which after some fighting the hero gets the upper hand and then, the enemy shows it was planned, and strikes the hero, putting him into temporary submission, and pounds him back, but then, the hero casts a flashy fissure on the enemy with his extraordinarily large sword, thus putting the enemy in the same posish then throws some hard, blows where the enemy calls for backup but the hero fights them off with ease, shocking the enemy, when he starts to slaughter him wherein he charges up for an enormously powerfull spell that take ages and seals his fate, and in the last bar, he bounds and throws the final blow, thus defeating him and the song ending with him standing proudly on the corpse of his fallen adversary.

P.S. i know i am saying a complement very much to square-enix but it was you that ordered all the songs, and as it seems, cut the necessary bits and stuck them in other places to make it sound good. so congrats.


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RagnarokiaRagnarokia

Rated 5 / 5 stars March 28, 2008

Another well done one.

I still love this style of mixing themes together. This one worked perfectly like the others. I like how you started with V which I didn't expect. I was actually thinking you might make one of the basic fights.
The song names for those games are not really impressive, I think they are just 'battle 1' etc. so you don't need to worry about them.

Like with the previous work this mixed them together well and I enjoyed it and downloaded. Keep up the good work.



zetamazzetamaz

Rated 5 / 5 stars March 28, 2008

WoW

I just had to listen to it again and again.
I downloaded it , put it on my psp and mp3 player
I love Final Fantasy and most tunes are lame

10/10