When Tales of Symphonia was launched for the Nintendo Gamecube in 2003, it had a pretty unique-sounding soundtrack. It was used by all kinds of different people everywhere to make remixes and covers, even if their only experience with video game music before then were songs from Mario or Zelda games. One of the most famous songs from Tales of Symphonia was an epic battle theme called “Fatalize”. It’s a very intense and exciting song that really gets you into the action. As soon as it starts, you feel like something important is about to happen!
I admit I’m not super good at Tales games , but Tales of Symphonia is an amazing game with a great soundtrack. This song in particular is very fun to play on the piano , probably because of its quick pace, dramatic pauses, and exciting climax at the end! There are actually several versions of Tales of Symphonia out there with slightly different tones based on the versions for different platforms (Tales of Symphonia for the Nintendo Wii, Tales of Symphonia: Knight of Ratatosk for the Nintendo DS, Tales of Symphonia Chronicles for the PlayStation 3). All versions have great music though!
This file contains sheet music arranged in notes and tablature (tabs) for Tales of Symphonia – Fatalize. The original Tales of Symphonia – Fatalize Piano Sheet Music was uploaded to the website musescore.com and composed by someone named Nami-P (with a very nice picture of Tales of Symphonia: Dawn of the New World protagonist Emil Castagnier as the album art). I wrote this file from scratch using piano notes, so it’s a little different than the original Tales of Symphonia – Fatalize Piano Sheet Music. You can download and play Tales of Symphonia – Fatalize on piano using this file, but I recommend playing Tales of Symphonia’s soundtrack with all kinds of instruments!