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Super Piano Brothers mash up Zelda and Final Fantasy


2:00 AM on 08.24.2013




["Tidus vs. Link" by lordrogersmith6485]

The Asian sensation, the Super Piano Brothers, have been delivering stirring piano renditions and medleys of our favorite classic game tunes for around half a year now. Their latest takes us into familiar yet wild new territory, as they set their sights on The Legend of Zelda and Final Fantasy.

"To Zanarkudo Valley" takes everyone's Ocarina of Time favorite, "Gerudo Valley," and splices it with the beautiful "To Zanarkand" from Final Fantasy X. Quite a fitting choice in light of the upcoming FFX HD spooge-gasm.

By themselves, the individual pieces are pure magic. But together, they transcend the boundaries of time and space.

To Zanarkudo Valley [YouTube]






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