Don't be Afraid - Final Fantasy VIII (edited)

A Sound Mod for Super Smash Bros. (WiiU)

This is an edited version of the battle theme from Final Fantasy VIII with the first part that comes from the X-ATM092 encounter music, which doesn't belong in the battle theme, edited out and removed to make it more accurate. The nus3bank was taken from SmashCustomMusic. I also turned up the volume a bit.

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