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Channel Title : gbelair3

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Published Date : 2011-09-23T13:59:27.000Z

Final Fantasy II (SNES) Music - Ending Part 1 Download all my Soundtracks as MP3 here http://www.nes-snes-sprites.com/
    

Channel Title : gbelair3

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Published Date : 2011-09-23T14:03:30.000Z

Final Fantasy II (SNES) Music - Ending Part 2 Download all my Soundtracks as MP3 here http://www.nes-snes-sprites.com/
    

Channel Title : gbelair3

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Published Date : 2011-09-23T14:06:49.000Z

Final Fantasy II (SNES) Music - Ending Part 3 Download all my Soundtracks as MP3 here http://www.nes-snes-sprites.com/
    

Channel Title : pktpaladin

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Published Date : 2008-06-09T16:41:31.000Z

"Final Fantasy II / IV had a secret ending that the Squaresoft programmers didn't want you to know about. Through a series of unfortunate events, Rydia turns into Tellah, and this impacts the way the ending of the game normally unfolds." Okay, so this version isn't legit, obviously. However, we all know how much we love Tellah, and I wanted to give him the chance to truly avenge the cause of his daughter's demise.
    

Channel Title : John Paul Diaz

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Published Date : 2009-04-23T07:00:53.000Z

ending theme of ff2
    

Channel Title : gbelair3

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Published Date : 2011-09-23T14:11:13.000Z

Final Fantasy II (SNES) Music - Final Battle Download all my Soundtracks as MP3 here http://www.nes-snes-sprites.com/
    

Channel Title : NintendoComplete

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Published Date : 2018-02-20T18:55:41.000Z

The second half of my playthrough of Square's 1991 role-playing game for the Super Nintendo, Final Fantasy II. This video begins at the Tower of Babel directly after the fight between Edge and Rubicante in the Eblan caves. The first half can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pdEd3Z5TQYY It is in this half that I do the optional side-quests and get the final summons before heading to the final showdown on the moon. And if you enjoyed the histrionics of the first half of the game, just wait until they kick it into high gear. You really start to wonder if you'll even have a party left by the end. It gets pretty delightfully absurd. Most of the cool boss fights take place in the latter half of the game, and man, that ending is practically a mini-movie on its own. There weren't too many other games on the SNES to sport a twenty minute long ending, that's for sure. What a suitably epic and satisfying conclusion to a fantastic game. _ No cheats were used during the recording of this video. NintendoComplete (http://www.nintendocomplete.com/) punches you in the face with in-depth reviews, screenshot archives, and music from classic 8-bit NES games! Visit for the latest updates! http://www.facebook.com/pages/NintendoComplete/540091756006560 https://twitter.com/nes_complete
    

Channel Title : 000SNES000

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Published Date : 2008-11-16T23:10:40.000Z

Name: Zeromus HP: 100000+ Weakness: None
    

Channel Title : gbelair3

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Published Date : 2011-09-23T13:25:46.000Z

Final Fantasy II (SNES) Music - Baron Castle Download all my Soundtracks as MP3 here http://www.nes-snes-sprites.com/
    

Channel Title : NintendoComplete

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Published Date : 2018-02-20T18:03:28.000Z

A playthrough of Square's 1991 role-playing game for the Super Nintendo, Final Fantasy II. I know that the game has been referred to as Final Fantasy IV for a long time now, but the official change in numbering for the English release didn't happen until the game was rereleased on the PS1 ten years later. *This video is the first of two parts, since YouTube didn't like my original almost 13 hour long recording. Part 1 shows from the beginning up through the end of the Eblan caves (where you see Edge for the first time as he challenges Rubicante). You can find the second half here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5NRY-UrLomM There is one edit made in the playthrough - to lessen the need for grinding late in the game, I spent some time leveling up Cecil on Mount Ordeals. I cut this chunk out, but the edit shouild be obvious from the jumps in stats and on the in-game timer on the status screen This is the game that turned me into a die-hard JRPG fan. I got it for Christmas when it first came out, and it was a pretty mind-melting experience for a 9 year old in 1991. I had played stuff like Dragon Warrior before, but this was beyond compare. Along with being the first 16-bit Final Fantasy game, FF2/4 was the first time in the series that the characters really had firmly dictated roles and personalities. It did away with the character customization options in favor of delivering a stronger narrative with a much heavier focus on character development, and it succeeded in a big way. Though the extreme melodrama might seem a bit quaint by modern standards, this was quite a revelation when it was new. The plot makes quite a few detours throughout (it even puts you on the moon!), and I remember some of the plot twists really taking me by surprise when I first played it. The characters do a solid job of at least attempting to develop over the course of the (Cecil is such an awesome protagonist!), and the plot holds itself together admirably well considering how easily it could have gone off the rails. It somehow succeds in all of this despite having one of the roughest (pre-BoF2) RPG translations to be found on the SNES, and it clearly defines the foundations upon which the rest of the series (through FFX, at least) was built. I loved these characters by the time the game was over. Hell, I even have a tattoo of Kain as part of the mass of tattoos that run down my right leg. The gameplay system saw a fair jolt in the upgrade to the SNES, as well. The "active time battle" system premiered here, marking the first time that enemies could act, based on various stats, act "out of turn" if you took to long deciding what you do, or chose an action that required an unusually long time to pull off. It may sound small, but it changed the everything - you had to be far more careful with your strategies this time around. And finally, the graphics and sound here set the genre standard for quite awhile after its release. The larger, far more detailed enemies, the mode-7 map, full-screen battle backdrops, and the quality of the spell effects were a huge leap from the 8-bit games, and the soundtrack is still among the best orchestral scores ever pumped out by the SNES. The quality of the compositions and of the samples used for synthesis were unparalleled, and the work of Uematsu and the Square sound programmers garnered Square a great deal of recognition way back. It's hard to overstate just how much of the game's tone and feel relies on its music. I've always loved the music to it - if push came to shove, I'd have to say it's my all time favorite soundtrack from a video game. And not the later remixes - I mean the original SNES music. Final Fantasy II was a landmark game, and even though Final Fantasy III surpassed it in many ways, I always find myself coming back to this one. It's my favorite RPG regardless of platform, and in my mind, it's one of the strongest games in the series. Great stuff. _ No cheats were used during the recording of this video. NintendoComplete (http://www.nintendocomplete.com/) punches you in the face with in-depth reviews, screenshot archives, and music from classic 8-bit NES games! Visit for the latest updates! http://www.facebook.com/pages/NintendoComplete/540091756006560 https://twitter.com/nes_complete
    

Channel Title : Isaac W

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Published Date : 2008-12-22T00:37:36.000Z

Each scene in the Final Fantasy IV DS opening is compared to its counterpart in the Final Fantasy II SNES. I spent about 14 hours working on this project, so I certainly hope you enjoy it! :) Table of contents: 1. Rosa and Cecil (Dark knight) 2. Kain the Dragoon- first look 3. Yang the Kung Fu master 4. Edward the Bard 5. Palom and Porom, the brother and sister twin, stoning the collapsing wall 6. Edge the Ninja, Prince of Eblan- battle with Rubicant 7. Airship and the Tower 8. Everyone lining up 9. Rydia, the Leviatan summoner 10. Kain vs Cecil 11. Rosa casts white 12. Cecil becomes the Paladin 13. Final battle against Golbez 14. Traveling to the Moon Music used (in order): 1. FFII- title theme (SNES) 2. Rosa's theme 3. Overworld song 4. The Light song 5. Battle song (SNES) 6. Airship theme (SNES) 7. Rydia's theme 8. The Light song 9. Boss theme (SNES) 10.Final Fantasy Victory theme
    

Channel Title : GBelair

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Published Date : 2010-03-18T16:16:36.000Z

Final Fantasy II (NES) Music - Ending Theme Download all my NES Soundtracks as MP3 here http://www.nes-snes-sprites.com/
    

Channel Title : Gambled Gamers

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Published Date : 2017-01-30T12:36:34.000Z

Ending of the my FF story ))
    

Channel Title : gbelair3

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Published Date : 2011-09-23T14:13:51.000Z

Final Fantasy II (SNES) Music - Giant of Babil Download all my Soundtracks as MP3 here http://www.nes-snes-sprites.com/
    

Channel Title : gbelair3

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Published Date : 2011-09-23T15:01:28.000Z

Final Fantasy II (SNES) Music - Toroian Beauty Download all my Soundtracks as MP3 here http://www.nes-snes-sprites.com/
    

Channel Title : Stormspirit 86

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Published Date : 2012-08-01T10:12:19.000Z

I defeat Zeromus, the final boss and watch the ending. Final Fantasy IV (ファイナルファンタジーIV Fainaru Fantajī Fō?) is a role-playing video game developed and published by Square (now Square Enix) in 1991 as a part of the Final Fantasy series. The game was originally released for the Super Famicom in Japan and has since then been rereleased for many other platforms with varying modifications. An enhanced remake with 3D graphics was released for the Nintendo DS in 2007 and 2008. The game was re-titled Final Fantasy II during its initial release outside of Japan as the original Final Fantasy II and III had not been released outside of Japan at the time. However, later localizations used the original title. The game's story follows Cecil, a dark knight, as he tries to prevent the sorcerer Golbez from seizing powerful crystals and destroying the world. He is joined on this quest by a frequently changing group of allies, several of whom die, become injured, or become affected by an unfortunate occurrence. Final Fantasy IV introduced innovations that became staples of the Final Fantasy series and role-playing games in general. Its "Active Time Battle" system was used in five subsequent Final Fantasy games, and unlike prior games in the series gave each character their own unchangeable character class. With its character-driven plot, use of new technologies and critically acclaimed score by Nobuo Uematsu, Final Fantasy IV is regarded as a landmark of the series and of the role-playing genre. It is considered to be one of the first role-playing games to feature a complex, involving plot, and is thought to have pioneered the idea of dramatic storytelling in an RPG. The various incarnations of the game have sold more than four million copies worldwide. A sequel to the game, Final Fantasy IV: The After Years, was released for Japanese mobile phones in 2008, and worldwide via the Wii Shop Channel on June 1, 2009. In 2011, the game was released for the PlayStation Portable as part of the compilation Final Fantasy IV: The Complete Collection.
    

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Published Date : 2008-12-31T20:25:52.000Z

Final Fantasy II ending let's play final fantasy II 2 video walkthrough
    

Channel Title : gbelair3

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Published Date : 2011-09-23T14:59:49.000Z

Final Fantasy II (SNES) Music - Title Theme Download all my Soundtracks as MP3 here http://www.nes-snes-sprites.com/
    

Channel Title : Ragnarok X

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Published Date : 2012-05-21T00:22:57.000Z

This is it, The Final Battle has come to an end! Let's finish this!
    

Channel Title : gbelair3

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Published Date : 2011-09-23T14:33:22.000Z

Final Fantasy II (SNES) Music - Overworld Theme Download all my Soundtracks as MP3 here http://www.nes-snes-sprites.com/
    

Channel Title : Timodus

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Published Date : 2011-01-08T15:44:40.000Z

No Ultima.
    

Channel Title : vism

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Published Date : 2006-07-06T13:16:00.000Z

Second part of the ending to SNES game Final Fantasy IV, known as II in the US at the time. This section covers the last battle with Zeromus and the first part of the ending. I used an emulator to capture this and a random save file. It had been a while since I last played this so forgive my idiocies in battle.
    

Channel Title : フィンランドのクマYazu

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Published Date : 2010-02-23T19:09:11.000Z

Final Fantasy 2 on the SNES, better know as Final Fantasy 4. The last battle and ending cutscene. Lol I find this version of Final Fantasy 4 to be easier than the remade one on DS. I finished this game faster than I managed to get to the moon on the DS version xD . Took me less than 20h to finish up this game :] Brilliant game, oh and BTW this is an original copy of the game on an original Super nintendo ;]
    

Channel Title : Jeremy Parish

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Published Date : 2018-07-25T15:02:22.000Z

The middle chapter of this in-depth Final Fantasy II retrospective leaps from the game's innovative play mechanics to its equally striking approach to storytelling. By using all aspects of the game to relay its narrative, Final Fantasy II changed the way RPGs (and games!) integrated plots and characters into their design.
    

Channel Title : Timodus

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Published Date : 2011-01-08T12:36:08.000Z

No Blood Sword and Ultima.
    

Channel Title : gbelair3

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Published Date : 2011-09-23T13:40:51.000Z

Final Fantasy II (SNES) Music - Dancing Calbrena Download all my Soundtracks as MP3 here http://www.nes-snes-sprites.com/
    

Channel Title : gbelair3

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Published Date : 2011-09-23T15:10:44.000Z

Final Fantasy II (SNES) Music - Village Theme Download all my Soundtracks as MP3 here http://www.nes-snes-sprites.com/
    

Channel Title : gbelair3

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Published Date : 2011-09-23T14:42:41.000Z

Final Fantasy II (SNES) Music - Rosa Theme Download all my Soundtracks as MP3 here http://www.nes-snes-sprites.com/
    

Channel Title : gbelair3

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Published Date : 2011-09-23T14:38:03.000Z

Final Fantasy II (SNES) Music - Prologue Theme Download all my Soundtracks as MP3 here http://www.nes-snes-sprites.com/
    

Channel Title : Carls493

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Published Date : 2012-01-13T21:16:11.000Z

(Damn Mother Brains. Disrupting the dynamic I was trying to have approaching the Final Boss. The battle with them was quick and easy, but I wanted to skip it, anyway.) The final boss' area is almost the exact same one for the Emperor of Hell. This area is for the Emperor of Heaven. When Firion's team killed Mateus in his original form, his soul was split into two halves: A Light half, and a Dark half. His dark half went to Hell, and became ruler of its capital, Pandaemonium. Meanwhile, here, in what has been revealed to be Hell's mirror world, Heaven, Mateus' light half was able to take over Heaven's capital: Arubboth. Through this revelation, everything that the these four fallen heroes have went through occurred in Heaven. This explains those other innocent people that they met, including Cid. However, while the Light Emperor detests his darker self's violent plans, he's also upset at all of the violence and war the heroes put themselves through to save the people they loved. Now he wants forgiveness, but the dead heroes refuse, because they served their purpose of saving lives by sacrificing their own. The Emperor of Heaven gets so pissed, he plans to make them suffer for their own "sins" for eternity. All in all, despite being the "good" soul, the Emperor's light half is no different from his dark half. YES! THAT MEANS THAT EVEN HIS "GOOD" SIDE IS EVIL! -------------- Before and during the battle with the Emperor of Heaven, the dead four heroes realize that the four living heroes, Firion, Maria, Guy, and Leon, are fighting the Emperor of Hell at the same time. Notice how much more powerful Firion's team is compared to when I used them at that point. After the battle, when Minwu's party kills the Emperor of Heaven, Firion's party was able to kill the Emperor of Hell at the same time. This created a big compromise where Emperor Mateus gets completely killed off, no longer existing in life or the afterlife. The ending of Soul of Rebirth is almost the same as the main game's ending. This time, it has more focus on Minwu's party watching their living friends and family move on and build upon their goals and dreams, all after congratulating Firion's party for saving the world. When Firion's party leaves. Minwu's party fades back into Heaven, to commence their start of a brand new afterlife after having saved it, as well. THE END
    

Channel Title : SaikyoMog

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Published Date : 2014-10-06T18:02:11.000Z

This is the second of four videos in the video walkthrough / playthrough / runthrough / etc of the SNES game Final Fantasy II (which is actually Final Fantasy IV) This video goes from entering Toroia castle to right after the point where the Falcon is upgraded to cross over lava. You may notice that I kept the dark swords in my inventory. I had thought to save them for Edge to throw, but I found out that he can't throw them...Whoops...Thankfully there wasn't too much of a problem when it came to inventory space.
    

Channel Title : vism

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Published Date : 2006-07-01T00:33:42.000Z

Fourth part of the ending to SNES game Final Fantasy VI, known as III in the US at the time. This section covers the end credits and a few scenes after.
    

Channel Title : World of Longplays

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Published Date : 2012-09-11T01:19:44.000Z

http://www.longplays.org Played by Ironsharp This is the the original Famicom version of Final Fantasy II, with English translation by Neo Demiforce (as opposed to the prototype English translation by Square). While the translation isn't consistent with the Origins, Dawn of Souls or PSP/iOS remakes in some places, the current canon English names were used for each main character as well as the chapter times in this description. FFII is the black sheep of the Final Fantasy series due to its departure from Final Fantasy's mechanics, opting instead for a skill-based system wherein each stat levels on its own based on how often each stat happens to be used during battle. Because of this sytem, the game is mechanically very similar to SaGa games (FFII was designed by SaGa series designer Akitoshi Kawazu). The skill-based system renders the game highly customizable, while also rather challenging (from a purely numerical/mathematical standpoint), and somewhat grindy if one wishes to ease the challenge at all by overleveling. So, any additional leveling I performed was cut for the sake of time and entertainment value. Lastly, I didn't use the Blood Swords against the final boss due to the fact that it would have caused him to die in 1-2 rounds, which is hardly interesting. The video may seem long--It's most likely due to the fact that I used the default battle message speed, which added up to be rather slow. Chapters (Divide by the length of each YouTube segment to find which YouTube segment contains the chapter): Attract-00:00:51 The Rebel Army-00:03:07 Altair-00:08:39 Gatrea-00:18:04 Fynn-00:25:30 Paloom-00:51:01 Poft-01:02:26 Salamand-01:21:40 Semitt Falls-01:28:11 Bafsk & The Dreadnought-02:27:04 Snow Cavern-03:09:15 Kashuan-04:16:10 Into The Dreadnought-05:33:50 Deist-07:31:21 Deist Cavern-07:39:12 Rescuing Hidla at The Palamecian Coliseum-10:45:18 Retaking Fynn-11:20:35 Tropical Island-13:22:54 Cave of Mysidia-14:42:00 Leviathan-16:15:28 Mysidian Tower-16:36:54 Cyclone Fortress-19:41:48 Palamecia Castle-20:32:18 Jade Passage-23:18:40 Pandemonium-25:00:08
    

Channel Title : GBelair

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Published Date : 2010-03-19T22:40:52.000Z

Final Fantasy III (NES) Music - Ending Part 2 Download all my NES Soundtracks as MP3 here http://www.nes-snes-sprites.com/
    

Channel Title : gbelair3

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Published Date : 2011-09-23T14:30:28.000Z

Final Fantasy II (SNES) Music - Mysidia Theme Download all my Soundtracks as MP3 here http://www.nes-snes-sprites.com/
    

Channel Title : gbelair3

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Published Date : 2011-09-23T13:39:54.000Z

Final Fantasy II (SNES) Music - Damcyan Castle Download all my Soundtracks as MP3 here http://www.nes-snes-sprites.com/
    

Channel Title : Artificialraven

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Published Date : 2008-06-12T21:34:33.000Z

Final Battle: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xpOegIg1crA Ending Part 1 of 2: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1-rDhvHS-4Y Last part of the Final Fantasy III ending for NES/Famicom. This is a fan translated NES/Famicom ROM of Final Fantasy 3, which never reached North American shores until it's Nintendo DS remake.
    

Channel Title : ClementJ64

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Published Date : 2017-01-31T12:23:31.000Z

When an evil Emperor unleashes monsters from hell and tries to conquer the world, 4 youths will join the cause and take up arms against him.
    

Channel Title : フィンランドのクマYazu

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Published Date : 2010-02-23T18:46:56.000Z

Final Fantasy 2 on the SNES, better know as Final Fantasy 4. The last battle and ending cutscene. Lol I find this version of Final Fantasy 4 to be easier than the remade one on DS. I finished this game faster than I managed to get to the moon on the DS version xD . Took me less than 20h to finish up this game :] Brilliant game, oh and BTW this is an original copy of the game on an original Super nintendo ;]
    

Channel Title : フィンランドのクマYazu

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Published Date : 2012-03-03T18:57:32.000Z

... don't blink ʕ •ᴥ•ʔ
    

Channel Title : Esprade

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Published Date : 2011-05-28T04:14:53.000Z

One of the ways to make these runs easier and faster is to get Bahamut before the Giant of Babil. Makes for some nice extra exp going through all those Behemoths he placed.
    

Channel Title : theultimateonejpsx

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Published Date : 2018-02-11T16:12:55.000Z

Continuing the Final Fantasy NT related videos this combines the Dissdia arrangement and PSX versions of Battle Scene. Enjoy the music and the gameplay! Disclaimer: I do not own the original music in this video. It is owned by Square-Enix and everyone else who worked on the composition. I only own this mashup and I want to support the people who helped make the Final Fantasy series. Related websites: https://www.dissidiafinalfantasynt.com/
    

Channel Title : vism

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Published Date : 2006-07-06T12:52:04.000Z

Third part of the ending to SNES game Final Fantasy IV, known as II in the US at the time. This section covers the last half of the ending.
    

Channel Title : gbelair3

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Published Date : 2011-09-23T13:46:20.000Z

Final Fantasy II (SNES) Music - Dreadful Fight Download all my Soundtracks as MP3 here http://www.nes-snes-sprites.com/
    

Channel Title : Resonant Arc

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Published Date : 2013-04-25T03:31:32.000Z

A retrospective review of Final Fantasy 2 for the Famicom - a game that was originally released exclusively in Japan. Click Here To See The Original Version I Posted On My Old Channel (IsanWilshireIII): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jkCxI-prXRM&feature=youtu.be Follow me on Twitter: @mcbreest Dark Pixel Gaming

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