Final Fantasy Brave Exvius Original Soundtrack

"Classic Final Fantasy melody meets modern production values." Recommended

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106 minutes total

Disc 1 (50:50)

  1. Moment of Recall [2:47]
  2. To the Horizon [2:27]
  3. Into the Labyrinth [1:35]
  4. DUEL!! [2:51]
  5. Victory's Fanfare [0:47]
  6. Peaceful Village [2:27]
  7. Not of This World [2:38]
  8. Rain in Forest [2:37]
  9. The Ancient Life [2:27]
  10. The Initiation [2:13]
  11. Monument Valley [2:18]
  12. Supreme Mission [2:36]
  13. Devided We Fall [2:46]
  14. The Emergency [2:18]
  15. Onslaught [2:47]
  16. The Suspicion [1:47]
  17. Walkabout [2:58]
  18. Overcome the Menace [2:50]
  19. Tree of Tales [2:30]
  20. Once more Dance? [2:46]
  21. Prelude [2:25]

Disc 2 (55:37)

  1. Great Voyage [3:09]
  2. State of Grace [3:01]
  3. The Oath [2:35]
  4. Snowdrop [2:40]
  5. Joie de Vivre [2:50]
  6. Mirage Palace [2:55]
  7. Sacred Ground [2:25]
  8. Amigo de Chocobo [1:47]
  9. Antiquities [1:53]
  10. The Imperial Capital [2:26]
  11. Shadow of Doubt [2:44]
  12. Mystic Ruins [2:27]
  13. The Ghostship [2:28]
  14. Secrets in her Eyes [2:20]
  15. Nothing's in Vain [2:48]
  16. Odyssey [2:50]
  17. Force and Furious [2:37]
  18. End is Nigh [1:36]
  19. Celestial Battle [3:10]
  20. Triumph of Destiny [2:59]
  21. Final Fantasy [3:57]
  • Released Feb 26, 2016 by Square Enix Music (catalog no. SQEX-10536~7, retail 3024 yen).
  • Detailed release notes and credits at VGMdb.

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Classic Final Fantasy melody meets modern production values.

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Editor's review by Adam Corn (2017-03-03)

While Final Fantasy XV may boast a more epic tone and greater scale, the Final Fantasy OST from 2016 that most captures the classic series sound is the smartphone title Final Fantasy Brave Exvius. The instantly endearing melodies, well-produced combination of live instruments with high-quality sampled orchestration, and overall album consistency remind me of another minor but memorable recent FF title, Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: The Crystal Bearers (along with occasional hints of Bravely Default). Composer Noriyasu Agematsu seems content to mostly follow genre tropes over attempting anything revolutionary, and a lack of standout pieces in the last quarter lessens the score's impact a bit, but fans looking for a JRPG fix should absolutely give it a listen.

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