Final Fantasy VII 25th Anniversary Shares Official “Let the Battles Begin! – Radiant Melodies Version” Performance

To celebrate the 25th Anniversary of the beloved turn-based JRPG, Final Fantasy VII, Square Enix has shared a new musical performance on their official Music YouTube channel, titled “Let the Battles Begin! – Radiant Melodies ver.” Various instruments, including drums, guitars, and a violin, are utilized to present a distinct arrangement of the game’s iconic battle theme.

Speaking of Final Fantasy music, Theatrhythm Final Bar Line is now available on PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch worldwide.

Within the realm of Final Fantasy VII, PowerWash Simulator is receiving free DLC occurring in Midgar.

If you missed the news, Final Fantasy VII Day, January 31, was officially recognized by Japan’s Anniversary Association.

Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII Reunion is a modernized retelling of the original Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII, a prequel to the game that initiated this beloved sub-series. Players control Zack, a hyperactive and determined SOLDIER yearning to become not only First Class, but also a hero in his own right.

Combat utilizes real-time action elements alongside the innovative “Digital Mind Wave” system, used to perform special attacks called Limit Breaks and achieve other notable feats.

Late last year, I wrote an article discussing the prevalent false assumptions people have about Tetsuya Nomura, including how many believe he wrote Crisis Core when he, in fact, did not.

Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII Reunion is now available for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, Nintendo Switch, and PC via Steam.

The Closed Beta Test for Final Fantasy VII: Ever Crisis has been delayed to Summer 2023.

You can view the full “Let the Battles Begin! – Radiant Melodies ver.” performance below:


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