You, uh, really like Final Fantasy, huh? Never bothered to play these games.
Celtic, indeed. Invokes a rather comfy feeling.>6.5/10
Orchestrates are almost always top tier. But, if I had to critique anything
about this, just to be fair, it would probably be the overly pronounced vibrato in the female singer's vocals. It distracted me too much from enjoying it fully.>6/10
The tone shifts around a bit too much for my taste. Bombastic to eerie, regal to an exciting percussion fill, rounding off with a dramatic guitar accompaniment. I feel as if the intent of this composition was to be experienced through the context of whatever's going on in the story as background accompaniment rather than an isolated listening piece.>5/10
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I don't think my words could do this piece justice. >9/10
So, is this a mashup of the one song from before and a different piece entirely? Well, it sounds better as a standalone, at least.>6/10
Ehhh... If I really wanted to listen to a choir sing a cappella, I'd go to church.>3/10
Whoever this singer is, she has a very soothing voice. The song was okay.>6.5/10
Comfy, but I feel that's all I can really say about it. I felt more interested in watching him play.>5/10
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