Square Enix has uploaded a new official cover on their music YouTube channel. Yui Morishita arranged and performed “A Fleeting Dream” from Final Fantasy X, initially composed by Nobuo Uematsu. Additionally, Junichiro”ojjy”Ojima recorded and mixed the performance.
Final Fantasy X is one of the most beloved entries in the franchise, with its soundtrack being one of the highlights. And this arrangement instills an already somber song with even more profound sorrow. “A Fleeting Dream” tends to play during particularly emotional moments throughout the narrative.
- The Final Fantasy X series has sold over 20.8 million units worldwide.
- Morishita recently performed a piano arrangement of this entry’s battle theme.
You can listen to the piano cover of “A Fleeting Dream” from Final Fantasy X by Yui Morishita below:
Final Fantasy X was the first PlayStation 2 entry for the franchise. It featured full voice acting, countless side activities, a content-filled postgame, and much more. An updated release, dubbed the International version, would remain Japanese-exclusive until localized ports later arrived.
In the first title, the protagonist Tidus is whisked away from the nightlife world of Zanarkand to a more rustic setting known as Spira. He ends up having to discover the truth of the connection between Zanarkand and Spira, as well as his own place in it all. Final Fantasy X-2 is a bold sequel taking place after the first game’s events, offering what is arguably one of the best JRPG combat systems ever made.
Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster is currently available on PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, and PC via Steam.
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