The official Square Enix Music YouTube channel recently shared a piano performance of “The Promise” from Final Fantasy XIII to celebrate Final Fantasy’s 35th anniversary.
- Yui Morishita shared covers of “The Man with the Machine Gun,” “Theme of Love,” and “Streets of Rabanastre” from Final Fantasy VIII, Final Fantasy IV, and Final Fantasy XII, respectively.
- Hiroyuki Nakayama shared a cover of “Awakening” from Final Fantasy XI.
- Atsuki Yoshida shared a cover of “Battle at the Big Bridge” from Final Fantasy V.
- Keiko shared covers of “Heartless,” “The Ancient City,” and the “Chocobo Theme.” The first two are from Final Fantasy XIV, while the lattermost originates from Final Fantasy II.
Originally composed by Masashi Hamauzu, Yui Morishita performed this new arrangement, viewable below:
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