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"Via Purifico" (PS2)
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"Via Purifico" (浄罪の路, Jōzai no Michi?), also known as "The Way of Purgation", is the theme of Via Purifico from Final Fantasy X. It was composed by Nobuo Uematsu.

Game appearances Edit

Final Fantasy X Edit

X "Via Purifico" plays in the Via Purifico during Yuna's quest in search of her guardians. It is 17th track of the 3rd disc on the Final Fantasy X: Original Soundtrack.

Final Fantasy X HD Remaster uses the Piano Collections: Final Fantasy X arrangement of "Via Purifico". "Because the music performance was fantastic, I wanted players to be able to hear it in the game," composer Masashi Hamauzu has said. "I also felt very comfortable with this version of the song because it sounded natural and consistent."[1]

Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy Edit

Dissidia012 ""Via Purifico -original-" from FINAL FANTASY X" acts as Tidus and Yuna's dungeon theme. It is the 43rd track on the 1st disc of the Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy Original Soundtrack.

Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call Edit

TFFCC

This song plays in the Via Purifico, where Yuna is imprisoned to await Yevon's judgment in FFX. The ceaseless piano solo is heavy with sorrow.
—DLC description

"Via Purifico" appears as a Field Music Sequence available as downloadable content.

Arrangement album appearances Edit

Piano Collections: Final Fantasy X Edit

"The Way of Purgation" appears as a piano arrangement performed by Aki Kuroda. It is 10th track on the disc.

Guitar Solo Final Fantasy Official Best Collection Edit

"Via Purifico" appear as a guitar arrangement performed by Yuji Sekiguchi. It is 22nd track on the disc.

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