If you played the first Theatrhythm Final Fantasy, you probably have a good idea of what to expect from the follow-up, Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call. See what's new in the Tokyo Game Show trailer after the jump.
Square Enix recently filed a trademark for something called Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call, and it's now officially been revealed. The rhythm game follow-up is planned for a spring 2014 release on Nintendo 3DS. Read on for more.
If you're still hungering for more screen-tapping Theatrhythm Final Fantasy action, hopefully Square Enix's latest filed trademark will result in just that. While we'll have to wait and see if anything comes of it, the company recently registered a trademark for Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call. More after the jump.
The iTunes App Store in New Zealand has an interesting addition listed: Theatrhythm Final Fantasy. It looks like Square Enix's formerly 3DS-only rhythm game is starting to make the rounds as an iOS app, which is free to download, but the songs and characters will cost ya. More after the jump.
Pixiv artist Mafen is well aware of the allure of Square Enix's cute Theatrhythm Final Fantasy characters, and has taken to imagining other iconic dudes and dudettes in the same style. Check out the artist's spin on Cobra from Space Adventure Cobra, Link, Samus, and Fire Emblem's Lyndis past the break.
Square Enix's YouTube channel has a few more audio treats lined up with this week's Theatrhythm Final Fantasy DLC. Featured sample tracks include "Crystal Tower" from Final Fantasy III, "The Castle" from Final Fantasy VIII, "Ragnarok" from Final Fantasy XI, and "Challenge" from Final Fantasy X. Read on to listen.
This week Japan is getting some more classic themes for the rhythm game, ranging from the original Final Fantasy to tunes from Final Fantasy XII. Check out a sampling of the songs past the break.
A lot of people weren't sure whether or not Theatrhythm Final Fantasy—the Nintendo 3DS rhythm game we've covered extensively in the past—would make it outside of Japan. Thankfully, Square Enix knows how charming it is, and is planning to bring it to North America and Europe this summer. Read on for more!