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Final Fantasy 5: Arranged/Remixed tunes

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Game info

Name: Final Fantasy 5
Alternate name: Final Fantasy V (Japan)
Characteristics: Adventure, Top-Down, Anime / Manga, Medieval Fantasy, Role-Playing (RPG)
Publishers: Square, Squaresoft
Developers: Square, Squaresoft
Original/port composer: Nobuo Uematsu
Platforms:
Super NES (12 Jun 1992) - Japan
PlayStation (19 Mar 1998) - Japan
PlayStation (May 2002) - Europe

Music info

Released: 1992
Related Plaform: Super NES
Format: Tracked music (MOD / XM / S3M / IT)
Composers of these tunes: Nintendo Guru, Olof Lonnroth, Yakra, Jim Gilsinan IV, Various Authors, Mathew Valente, Salivator, Terha Uzyn, Morbid Walker, Rune Walsh, Amstrocity, Martin Skog, Spongemop, Sandro R., David Schultz, Larry Linemann, Ben Bainton, Chris Hatfield, Exent Toh, Dan Ushino, Golan Lampi, Dennis Mott, Kyle Fischer, Austen Landauer, PsySal, De Fersen, Gero, Winter, _Cloak, CrystalShade, Death-X, Bryann Phoenix, FabriXio, Leilei
Source / Archiver / Ripper: Mirsoft, DarkHero, leilei
Music type: Arranged/Remixed tunes
Archived process: Archived completely
Num of tunes: 118
Complete: 100%
Size of archive: 10.4 MBytes

User reviews

  • "THE IS FLOWING!" (by djDarkX, 30 Jul 2004) [10/10]
    The first piece I would like to point out is Terha Uzyn, A New Origin! I LOVE this piece as he has put a lot of work into it. My favorite part is the Harp and Flute solo. The only downfall was the samples he was using. Love the song, but he needed better samples, so I decided I would improve on it. Of course, I didn't wanna realse it unless I had his approval. If anyone wants to hear what it sounds like with new samples, go to my site and listen to the demo! :) Other than that, I like the other MODs in here as well. Good job to everyone for a great soundtrack. Love the Neo Ex-Death Battle theme. Anyways, Laterz~ y'all!

    djDarkX

  • "wow brian" (by dark_elf, 6 Sep 2004) [10/10]
    man i don't even begin to fathom how you were able to keep such a huge archive of all the crap i made. i swear some of these songs you have from me i didnt even know i gave out to anyone. anyway, good work putting this stuff together. brings back memories :)

  • "Hey D_E" (by PsySal, 18 Dec 2004) [10/10]
    Hi there! Lost a lot of my tracks so it's always awesome to find mine archived somewhere (I did nes#aoow)

    Been listening to ff5 music a lot lately too, believe it or not... So I will really enjoy listening to these remixes (am so far)

    Hey dark_elf, where are ya man? Drop me a line if you want, i'm in #lapan on esper.net....

  • "wow..." (by altima, 31 Aug 2006) [10/10]
    I don't know how in the hell he got a hold of my stuff from a while ago.. Just insane. All versions too.

  • "Awesomest arranged track eva to hit the MOD format!!!" (by ghurtaxinator, 26 Jul 2007) [10/10]
    Everything is AWESOME this *ing piece of shit is the greatest bullshit i've heard to be mod'd.Download it,listen to it,but listen to 'ff5lastdance' 20 times cause i gave that song a 20/10

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