Episode 71.5 – Final Fantasy Music Spectacular!


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Welcome to our Final Fantasy music spectacular! In honor of the upcoming release of Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call, we’re celebrating the legendary compositions from this long-running series.


Opening Theme (FF XIV)

Matoya’s Cave (FF I)

Eternal Wind (FF III)

Crystal Room (FF III)

Balamb Garden (FF VIII)

Bland Logo (FF Tactics)

Main Theme (FF V – Remastered Version)

Melodies of Life (FF IX – Piano Collection Version)

Rem Tokimiya (FF Type-0)

Fisherman’s Horizon (FF VIII – Distant Worlds Version) (I know, I said Dear Friends Version on the podcast oops)

Epitaph (FF VI – OST Remaster Version)

The Sunleth Waterscape (FF XIII Instrumental Version)

The Skies Above (FF X – Black Mages Version)

Qoopa Klub Episode 50: Fabulous Nova Crystallis (Final Fantasy XIII Special)

Special thanks to Tyler, Ian, Michael, Bradly, and Jeremy for sharing their favorite Final Fantasy tracks and memories!

3 thoughts on “Episode 71.5 – Final Fantasy Music Spectacular!

  1. Reblogged this on stickitinyourpocket and commented:
    Ryan, John Nintendo, and Lindsey join you on the balcony to discuss Theatrhythm Curtain Call, a game made to celebrate the music of Final Fantasy.

    Whether you’re a Spoony Bard or a Chocobo Champion, there’s no denying the beauty of Final Fantasy’s melodies. Make sure to listen, and watch for my own impressions soon.

  2. Great show, gang! Nice editing, and John’s input was very important as it showed an undying loyalty to the Final Fantasy series isn’t necessary to enjoy the game’s brilliance.

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