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RPGFan Music: Final Fantasy Brave Exvius OST Review
A beautiful aural backdrop accompanies this mobile title, so let's discuss.
08.26.16 - 8:09 PM

Once we lived in the dark days of mobile Final Fantasy titles, where all that existed were decent ports of some of the classics, and then things like Final Fantasy: All the Bravest. Between 2015 and 2016, there's been three notable mobile Final Fantasy titles: First came the nostalgia fest of Final Fantasy: Record Keeper, which was followed with Mobius Final Fantasy, and the subject of the day, Final Fantasy Brave Exvius.

Luckily for RPG music fans, the latter of these games already have soundtracks on the market, and Record Keeper is getting its own in September. To start off what will be a loose trilogy of album reviews, today we have Francis Li's review of the Final Fantasy Brave Exvius soundtrack.

If you're unsure what to think when you hear "mobile Final Fantasy title soundtrack," trust me that you'll want to check this one out, whether or not the game itself is your cup of g*****n tea.


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