The Last Story Director Hironobu Sakaguchi tells us how his marriage with legendary compsoser Nobuo Uematsu almost came to an end.
This is cover I did of the song that plays in Balamb City from Final Fantasy VIII. Subscribe to my channel for more Final Fantasy covers that Im going to do.
From: Final Fantasy 7
Music by: Nobuo Uematsu
Arrangement by: Docjazz4
Sheet Music/Tabs: None :(
Ocarina: Purple Clay Soprano C
This tune has been requested by several subscribers, and if you keep up with my channel, you know it's been waiting at the top of my "Future Oc Videos" playlist, lol. I hope you like my first attempt at a Final Fantasy tune :)
I know the original is in the key of E minor, but since the song requires the full range of this Oc, I had to drop it down to D minor.
This was the first time I picked up a bass guitar, and I rarely touch the drums these days. Special thanks to my bros for sharing their instruments :) Enjoy!
a tribute to harry potter!
clips from harry potter 1-6
song by Nobuo Uematsu
please rate and comment!
Following the Sephiroth video, cutting this homage to Nobuo Uematsu's epic FF8 Theme was an important continuation of my self-education in editing. When all I had was a copy of Adobe Premiere and ripped game footage, these projects provided motivation and material to get my hands dirty doing what I love.
My first non-linear editing project, I started the One-Winged Angel video as something to do while looking for a job after college. Combining my interests in video production, video games, and Nobuo Uematsu's music, I created this swan song to FF7.
Nobuo Uematsu - Liberi Fatali
More details and download links (mp3, clip hq) on the dedicated post : http://www.floxit.net/index.php?post/2009/07/13/arrangement-Final-Fantasy-6-Terra .
Simple piano arrangement for Terra's Theme (known also under the name "Tina's Theme") wisch we hear for the first time in the opening introduction with the credits of Final Fantasy VI videogame (renamed Final Fantasy III in the United States and in Europe).
A game developped and edited by Square, out in 1994 on Super Nintendo.
Original compositor : Nobuo Uematsu.
Recorded in juny 2009.
Will Ting performing Tatakau Monotachi (Those Who Fight) by Nobuo Uematsu, arranaged by Shiro Hamaguchi for piano. Two camera angles.
This E3 trailer for the DS exclusive Blue Dragon RPG title features music from the esteemed videogame composer Nobuo Uematsu.
to download http://tinyurl.com/d73a4qv
Mistwalker's latest is a gift to the Wii. The Last Story stars a group of mercenaries that get caught in something much bigger than their normal business for hire missions. With great localization and an innovative fighting mechanic, The Last Story did what most other games on the Wii couldn't: make a good first impression.
The Last Story is an RPG brought to you by the creator of Final Fantasy, Hironobu Sakaguchi! It features an amazing story, unforgettable characters, a passionate love story and tons of action. This game is open ended and takes place in a massive castle town. Unlike recent RPG's, this one has interaction with NPC's, lots of side quests and online play!
The Music was done by another Final Fantasy Legend, Nobuo Uematsu! Gameplay is very unique and combines both RPG & third person shooters elements to an extent. Combat consists of drawing enemies attention, cutting of there reinforcements & taking cover during heavy battles. Spell casting can be interrupted during a fight and the game can be played online too. The Last Story received a very high reception in Japan, Famitsu awarded the game 38/40.
Theatrhythm Final Fantasy review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Theatrhythm Final Fantasy for Nintendo 3DS. Look, say what you will about often-angsty young protagonists saving the world with crystals and huge canaries. The music is freakin' awesome, regardless if the whole turn-based battle thing is your cup of tea. So enjoy Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: a celebration of 25 years of some of Uematsu's finest work. Clash on the Big Bridge? Check. Those Who Fight? Check. Dancing Mad? Check, and passed on Ultimate... ON CAMERA. Cosmo Canyon? It's DLC, but check anyway because it's totally worth a buck. This video review features video gameplay footage of Theatrhythm Final Fantasy for Nintendo 3DS and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's TJ.
Blue Dragon review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Blue Dragon for XBox 360. Blue Dragon: The smashing-together of Akira Toriyama's art style (read: Just like Dragon Ball et. al.), Nobuo Uematsu's music, and Hironobu Sakaguchi's... erm... Final-Fantasy-ness. That's the primary feel I get from this game. It looks like it wants to be Dragon Quest, but it plays like a relaxed, innovative take on Final Fantasy without getting too deep into breaking molds. XII and XIII were kinda off the grid, but this feels... comfortable. Classic RPG fans will enjoy it and appreciate the innovation, without going, "This is beyond the pale!" And that's refreshing. This video review features video gameplay footage of Blue Dragon for XBox 360 and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's TJ.
3-D World Runner (Tobidase Daisakusen) review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of 3-D World Runner (Tobidase Daisakusen) for Famicom Disk System. It's NOT Space Harrier. It's... well, if you go by the lineage of the engine itself, more akin to Rad Racer (which I suppose would make it more akin to Out Run or something). But for a struggling Square, looking to spice up their stable of Famicom Disk System developers, it was a way to give Hironobu Sakaguchi, Nobuo Uematsu, and the oft-overlooked Nasir Gebelli something to do before coming up with Final Fantasy. This video review features video gameplay footage of 3-D World Runner (Tobidase Daisakusen) for Famicom Disk System and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's TJ.
Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow video game review of Rad Racer for the Nintendo Entertainment System, developed by Square. Take the wheel of a rad Ferrari or F1 racecar in this radical racing classic for the NES from 1987. With great music from Nobuo Uematsu (famous for his composing work on the Final Fantasy series), great controls and graphics, and even a 3D mode that can be played with 3D glasses, Rad Racer definitely holds it own despite being very similar to Sega's Out Run. This video game review features Rad Racer gameplay footage and commentary from CGRundertow reviewer Kevin.
Thanks Ricardokada for your request.
Final Fantasy IX
Copyright: 2000 by Square Co Ltd.
Music composed by Nobuo Uematsu
Arranged by lonlonjp
Guitar: Manuel Contreras 1986 Madrid played by lonlonjp
Please watch and enjoy this video. i am glad if you feel the Spanish wind.