It also lacks the vocal portion and the ending part. It is an entirely different melody altogether. The game otherwise uses a different fanfare, titled "Victory!!
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The piece is titled "Victory" and plays when the player has won a battle encounter. It it the only unique results theme, for unlike most characters' victory fnfare, Cloud's loops until the player advances past the results screen making it the longest victory theme in the Smash Bros.
It plays after most victories.
It is composed by Hitoshi Sakimoto. The Final Fantasy X victory fanfare appears in Lightning Returns as the victory fanfare that plays when Lightning is wearing the Spira's Summoner garb.
Conversely, the game also introduces a "Defeat Fanfare", played when the player loses a battle, which is the same for all characters, Warrior of Cosmos and Chaos alike. The track is titled "Fanfare". An early arrangement of the "Battle Results" track has been discovered as an unused file on the PS3 game.
Cosmos" for the Warriors of Cosmos and "Victory Fanfare: The arrangement remains the same, while fanfar instruments are missing on the early arrangement. Sign In Don't have an account? Also, when playing as one of the villains, a new remix titled "Victory Fanfare Rivals " plays.
Since battles are very frequent, the fanfare only plays when the player character levels up; though other players can see the level up graphic only the player in question hears the fanfare.
This is also the first case where an arrangement plays on the victory rewards screeninstead of the rest of the fanfare. Another track, titled "Blessed Fanfare", is Mitsuto Suzuki's composition and draws similarities to the traditional "Victory Fanfare" being an upbeat tune.
The traditional Final Fantasy victory fanfare, titled "Day's End Fanfare", plays when leveling up at a campsite or a lodging. As the nature of the game was in many ways to return to the series' roots, and in doing so, make connections with some of the previous games, Final Fantasy IX recovers the old Fanfare melody after two main series games of absence excluding the variations heard at the Chocobo Square in Final Fantasy VII. When Lightning successfully completes a battle in the Slaughterhousethe crowd can be heard cheering the traditional "Victory Fanfare" instead of an original victory fanfare composition from the trilogy.
Comrades at end of quests. It was composed by Naoshi Mizuta. Prompto can hum the victory fanfare after battle, and he also does a different version of it after patch 1.
While the same arrangement since the original Final Fantasy has been used repeatedly, certain titles contain different arrangements after the intro, or a new arrangement entirely. It also lacks the vocal portion and the ending part. Each Final Fantasy VII character that wins their match will play the victory fanfare while they perform their victory pose. Final Fantasy VII is the first game to use a different arrangement after the intro.
Victory Fanfare (feat. Ephixa) [Final Fantasy VII Remix] by GameChops on Spotify
Two fanfares can be heard in the gameplay: Cosmos" plays when playing as a warrior of Cosmos, while "Victory Fanfare: In place of the standard victory fanfare, the original tune, composed by Hitoshi Sakimotoflnal "Bell of Victory". The track is simply titled "Fanfare". A shortened version also plays when a player gains a level in their current class. The game features two different arrangements.
The track aptly named "Fanfare" is played victpry every boss battle and solved puzzle. Finishing the Data install process will play the Final Fantasy V version of this song.
A Realm Reborn victory fanfare is used in Lightning Returns: The "Victory Fanfare" plays after defeating an enemy encounter. The track that plays after a successful battle is "Delighted with Victory".
It is the 10th track from the first disc of the soundtrack.