"Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call" Rolls Out a Partial Tracklist

Rhythm game sequel hits Nintendo 3DS in Japan on April 24

While rhythm game sequel Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call will contain plenty of tracks from later games in the series, Square Enix went ahead and confirmed a big chunk of songs from Final Fantasy I-VII

 

Among the tracks are some that were previously featured on the iOS version of Theatrhythm Final Fantasy, as well as some that are new to the series. See a portion of what's in store when the 3DS follow-up launches in Japan on April 24. 

 

Final Fantasy

Battle Scene (BMS)

Mini-Boss Battle (BMS)

Last Battle (BMS)

Main Theme

Cornelia Castle

Opening Theme

Matoya’s Cave

Gurgu Volcano

Airship

Ocean Floor Temple

 

Final Fantasy II

Battle Scene 1 (BMS)

Rebel Army Theme (BMS)

Battle Scene 2 (BMS)

Main Theme

Town

Dungeon

Magician’s Tower

Finale

 

Final Fantasy III

Battle 1 (BMS)

Battle 2 (BMS)

The Final Battle (BMS)

The Cave Where the Crystal Lies

Eternal Wind

The Boundless Ocean

The Maiden of Water Elia

Dorga and Unne’s Mansion

Crystal Tower

 

Final Fantasy IV

Battle 1 (BMS)

Battle 2 (BMS)

Golbez, Clad in Darkness (BMS)

The Final Battle (BMS)

The Red Wings

Theme of Love

Main Theme of Final Fantasy IV

Troian Beauty

Tower of Zot

Airship

Within the Giant

 

Final Fantasy V

Main Theme of Final Fantasy V (BMS)

Battle 1 (BMS)

Clash on the Big Bridge (BMS)

The Decisive Battle (BMS)

The Final Battle (BMS)

Four Hearts

Harvest

Home Sweet Home

Mambo de Chocobo

Airship

A New World

In Search of Light

 

Final Fantasy VI

Battle (BMS)

The Decisive Battle (BMS)

Battle to the Death (BMS)

Dancing Mad (BMS)

Terra’s Theme

Edgar and Sabin’s Theme

Celes’s Theme

The Airship Blackjack

Searching for Friends

Kefka’s Tower

 

Final Fantasy VII

Let the Battles Begin (BMS)

Fight On! (BMS)

J-E-N-O-V-A (BMS)

One Winged Angel (BMS)

Main Theme of Final Fantasy VII

Golden Saucer

Cosmo Canyon

The Highwind Takes to the Skies

Judgment Day

 

Via Siliconera

 

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Joseph Luster is the Games and Web editor at Otaku USA Magazine. His blog can be found at subhumanzoids. Follow him on Twitter at @Moldilox.

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