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Author: hastypixels
Posted: July 12, 2017 (04:20 PM)
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The soundtrack is a bit of a mixed salad for me. I enjoyed most of it, and yes it's excellent, but not as memorable as other titles Nobou Uematsu is better known for, like FF IX. He did hand the reigns to other musicians who took charge of his responsibilities, and that's where the brilliance dies away.

Having said that, the FF X OST is powerful in its own right.

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Author: Zydrate
Posted: July 12, 2017 (05:06 PM)
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I like the main theme and the variants of the "Hymn of the Fayth" are usually pretty good, and very majestic for the setting.

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