"Battle Theme" from
Final Fantasy X (PS2)
This is the main battle theme of FFX. The staccato melody of the trumpets and the measured tempo remind one of unshakeable strength and faith.
"Battle Theme" ( is a ノーマルバトル, Nōmaru Batoru , lit. ? Normal Battle) battle theme from . It was composed by Final Fantasy X Nobuo Uematsu. The track is one of the few tracks on the soundtrack that was redone for the .
Final Fantasy X HD Remaster
Game appearances Edit
"Battle Theme" (HD Remaster)
"Battle Theme" is the normal
battle theme. It is the ninth track on the first disc in the original soundtrack.
Final Fantasy X HD Remaster, "Battle Theme" was remastered by Nobuo Uematsu and Tsutomu Narita using real instruments. It received an orchestrated metal arrangement. "I wanted to rearrange the song to have a grander sound while maintaining the mood of the original at the same time," Narita said of the big-band-like upscaling to the "Normal Battle" theme. "Brass and string instruments were already important elements of the original song, so we decided to expand into a full orchestral piece by adding other instruments as well."
""Battle Theme -original-" from FINAL FANTASY X" appears as a track that may sometimes play in the
Dream's End stage, or during fights in which Tidus and/or Jecht participates.
""Battle Theme -original-" from FINAL FANTASY X" is a battle theme that plays in the Dream's End stage, or during fights in which Tidus Jecht, and/or
An arrangement of "Battle Theme" was composed by
Takeharu Ishimoto. It appears as a default theme. The original PlayStation 2 version is also available. Both can be bought from the shop for 3,600 gil.
"Battle Theme" features as a playable
Battle Music Sequence, available as downloadable content.
"Battle Theme" is a Battle Music Sequence. It is available in the base game, and does not require a purchase to play.
"Battle Theme" is a playable Battle Music Sequence. It is available to the player by default.
Arrangement album appearances Edit
An 8-bit arrangement of "Battle Theme" is mixed with the "
Victory Fanfare" in a track called "Normal Battle ~ Victory Fanfare". Arranged by W2X, it is third track on the disc.
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