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The final boss battle theme for FFX. A grave opening gives way to incessant questioning from the piano, as poignant as Spira's spiral of death and dreams...
"Final Battle" (決戦, Kessen?, lit. Decisive Battle), also known as "Decisive Battle", plays during the final boss battle against Yu Yevon in Final Fantasy X, composed by Masashi Hamauzu. It is the eighteenth track on disc 4 of the game's original soundtrack. The song is a 3-part variation and the third part (2:20-2:40) is infused with the melody of "Hymn of the Fayth". In the arrangement for Final Fantasy X HD Remaster, real instruments are favored in place of synthesized ones, and the piano is replaced with the xylophone.
"Final Battle" plays during the battle against Yu Yevon. The Final Fantasy X HD Remaster arrangement uses real instruments and the piano is replaced with the xylophone.
"Final Battle" appears as one of the downloadable tracks available in the Final Fantasy X music pack, allowing it to be usable as battle background music.
"Final Battle" reappears as a Battle Music Sequence for Final Fantasy X.
Arrangement album appearancesEdit
The Piano Collections version is mostly faithful to the OST version. There is a second version found in the Piano Collections Book under "Special Presents", and has an added staccato section.
The beginning of track 12 "Spiral" contains a short and simplified piano solo and then enters an irrelevant electronic-rock fusion.
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