In Tales of Symphonia, towards the end of the story, Lloyd Irving is given a final decision to either live as a vegetable for the rest of his life or to sacrifice himself and die. This piano music was created based on this section of the Tales Of Symphonia game. If you have not played Tales of Symphonia, I would not recommend listening to this music or reading any further in the article, it will spoil Tales of Symphonia for you.
Tales of Symhponia – Last Battle Decision Piano Sheet Music
Tales of Symphonia is a role-playing game (RPG) developed by Namco Tales Studio and published by Namco in 2003 for the Nintendo GameCube. Tales of Symphonia is the fifth main installment in the Tales RPG series and it’s considered one of, if not the best Tales games ever created. The game has been ported to the PlayStation 2 with extra content under the title Tales of Symphonia: Knight of Ratatosk in 2008.
In Tales of Symphonia, you play as Lloyd Irving, a young man who ventures on a journey with his friends to protect the world tree Yggdrasil. Throughout Tales of Symphonia, you are mainly accompanied by Colette Brunel and Genis Sage, while Raine Sage often joins in Tales of Symphonia: Knight of Ratatosk. Tales of Symphonia is a traditional turn-based RPG that gives players the choice to fight in battles or avoid them, though avoiding battles can be difficult at times. Tales of Symphonia was met with critical acclaim and praised for its engaging story line, colorful cast of characters, vocal songs used throughout the game’s events, battle system, and gameplay. Tales of Symphonia has enjoyed an immaculate fan base due to its content and is widely considered Tales of Symphonia’s best installment in the Tales series to date.
Tales of Symphonia: Knight Of Ratatosk was released exclusively for the PlayStation 2 as a port from Tales of Symphonia on the Nintendo GameCube. Tales of Symphonia: Knight Of Ratatosk is a direct sequel to Tales of Symphonia and details Lloyd Irving’s journey through the land of Ginnungagap with his companions Kratos Aurion and Marta Lualdi. Tales of Symphonia: Knight Of Ratatosk continues Tales of Symphonia’s Tales series tradition of incorporating new content into the game, including anime cutscenes, additional Tales characters added to the Tales party, and two new playable Tales characters.
Tales of Symphonia was first released on August 29th, 2003 for the Nintendo GameCube in Japan under the title Tales Of Symphonia: Hikari to Yami no Senshi Tales of Symphonia. Tales of Symphonia was released in North America on August 29th, 2004 for the Nintendo GameCube under the title Tales Of Symphonia and in Europe on February 17th, 2005 also for the Nintendo GameCube under Tales Of Symphonia. Tales of Symphonia was re-made for the PlayStation 2 under the title Tales of Symphonia: Knight Of Ratatosk with Tales series tradition of Tales Version and Dawn Of The New World Tales Version. Tales of Symphonia: Knight Of Ratatosk was released exclusively in Japan, January 29th, 2008 for the PlayStation 2.
Tales of Symphonia – Last Battle/Decision Piano Sheet Music
Tales of Symphonia – Last Battle/Decision was composed by Motoi Sakuraba. Tales of Symphonia’s music has dark, sad undertones to it with Tales of Symphonia: Knight Of Ratatosk’s music being darker with more vibrant jazz influences. Tales of Symphonia – Last Battle/Decision is one of Tales of Symphonia’s best battle themes and Tales of Symphonia: Knight Of Ratatosk’s best battle theme. Tales of Symphonia- Last Battle/Decision was played during the final boss battles against Mithos Yggdrasil, Ymir, Pronyma, and Kratos Aurion. Tales of Symphonia: Knight Of Ratatosk’s Tales of Symphonia – Last Battle/Decision was played during Lloyd Irving and Colette Brunel’s final battle against Mithos Yggdrasil & Martel Yggdrasil.