...a different genre of music with a title reflecting the change. Some Final Fantasy Games have multiple versions of the song.
===Final Fantasy II (FC)===
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| [[Final Zone (X68)]] (ＦＺ戦記ＡＸＩＳ)
| [[Cosmic Fantasy 4: Ginka Shounen Densetsu - Totsunyuu Hen: Densetsu e no Prelude (PCCD)]] (
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...'s co-worker at Square, Hironobu Sakaguchi (of [[Final Fantasy (NES)|Final Fantasy]] fame), asked him to compose music for his games, and Uematsu began workin
...best known for the epic orchestrated soundtracks he scored for the ''Final Fantasy'' series.
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..., but has since been reused and remixed for a number of games in the Final Fantasy series. The tune includes several repeating arpeggios.
...translation is "Prelude." The song has been used in many subsequent Final Fantasy games with soundtracks released in English, and on those, the title is usua
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...are Enix) and composed his first international success, the score to Final Fantasy Tactics.
...s by groups such as the Eminence Symphony Orchestra, and his work on Final Fantasy XII was arranged for the piano and published as a book of sheet music.
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| [[Fantasy Zone (NES)]] (ファンタジーゾーン)
| [[Final Fantasy Tactics (PS1)]]
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| Title = Final Fantasy
| Logo = Final Fantasy.png
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| [[Final Fantasy V (SFC)]]
| [[Tsugunai: Atonement (PS2)]]
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| [[The Final Fantasy Legend (GB)]] (魔界塔士 サ・ガ)
| [[Final Fantasy III (FC)]] (ファイナルファンタジーⅢ)
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