Final Fantasy Union: Episode 225

The Importance of Music

Final Fantasy Union: Episode 225

Written by — 07 Jul 2020

Music has played such an important part in the success of the Final Fantasy franchise, but everyone has different tracks that appeal to them and different reasons for why.

Within this show, we discuss personal music picks from various games, discussing why they resonated and why the types of tracks may change over time.

We hope you enjoy this rather different style of episode!

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