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Final Fantasy Explorers Composer Discusses Difficulties In Composing Its Main Theme

Final Fantasy Explorers Composer Discusses Difficulties In Composing Its Main Theme

Written by Lauren — 09 Jul 2014

Final Fantasy Explorers' composer, Tsuyoshi Sekito, expresses his difficulty in composing the game's main theme for the game's official website launch.

Sekito's no stranger to video game music. His resume includes games like The Last Remnant, Brave Fencer Musashi, and a few games in the Kingdom Hearts series. He also plays in a couple of highly respected video game bands including The Black Mages and The Star Onion.

When Sekito began working on the main theme, he only had a temporary key visual image to work with and his initial attempts at a main theme included a variety of different moods, most of which were rejected by the development team. It wasn't until the main artwork for the game (as pictured above) was completed that Sekito had finally found a song that worked which is actually the "Explorers" track that you hear on the site.

With that being said, the version of Explorers that we hear on the site is not completely finished yet. Sekito did say though that hopefully the next time we hear from him, some more tracks will have been completed.

What do you think of the "Explorers" track? Leave your opinions in the comments below.

Source: Siliconera


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