Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call already has a bunch of music from the mainline FF series, its spin-offs, and other games like the SaGa series. Next up is Bravely Default, which will be the basis for four tracks set to hit the Japanese version of the rhythm game on November 19. Read on for more.
Just off the top of your head, how many Final Fantasy battle themes can you hum? What about main themes? Unforgettable music is one of the most enduring parts of the Final Fantasy franchise, and the Theatrhythm spin-off series returns to celebrate it all with Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call! Check out our full review after the jump!
Square Enix has a new Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call trailer previewing the rhythm game's Quest Medley Mode. The mode includes more RPG elements, like taking your party out on missions, earning experience and rewards, and facing off against some of the series' famous bosses. Dig into the overview after the jump.
It's time for the 10th round of Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call DLC in Japan. This one brings in a handful of new tracks to tap along to, including "Battle in the Forgotten City" from the Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children CG-animated movie. Full list after the jump.
A new trailer is here for Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call, which is bringing more FF rhythm action to the west next month. This edition of the "Legacy of Music" series is all about jams from Final Fantasy Type-0. Tap along after the jump.
If you prefer your Chocobos pleasantly plump, Square Enix now has its Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call Fat Chocobo up for pre-order. The 270mm wide x 430mm tall plush will run you ¥6,800 ($66), and you can look forward to it shipping in September. See some pics past the break.
Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call makes its way to Nintendo 3DS in the west next month, and Square Enix is previewing more of its tunes. Watch as the beat moves on from Final Fantasy VIII through Final Fantasy X after the jump.
Another round of DLC hit Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call in Japan, and this one awakens Vincent Valentine from Final Fantasy VII. The downloadable character goes for ¥150, and there are also a handful of new songs being added to the game. See the full list and some pics past the jump.
Featuring 221 songs and over 60 playable characters from across the Final Fantasy series and its various offshoots, Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call is blazing its way to the west later this year. In the meantime, watch the E3 2014 trailer after the jump.
Square Enix announced localization plans for Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call in April, and an update nails down a solid release. The rhythm game sequel makes its way to North America and Europe on September 16 and 19, respectively. Read on for more.
Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call is out on Nintendo 3DS in Japan now, so naturally promotions have been hitting TV. Anyone who wants a quick hit of Final Fantasy nostalgia will enjoy the longer web version of one of the recent ads after the jump.
The first Theatrhythm Final Fantasy rhythm game had plenty of downloadable content, so it's no surprise the sequel is already rolling out the first round. In addition to a bunch of songs, the first character available to download is Yuffie Kisaragi from Final Fantasy VII. Hit the jump for more.
Anyone who enjoyed tapping along to classic RPG tunes in Theatrhythm Final Fantasy will be delighted to hear that Square Enix announced a western release for its sequel, Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call. More after the jump.
After running through the main Final Fantasy entries in volumes one and two, the third Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call digest video is here with some jams from spin-offs such as Final Fantasy Mystic Quest and sequels like Final Fantasy X-2 and Lightning Returns. Hit the jump to watch.
Last week Square Enix rolled out a hefty digest trailer covering Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call tunes from Final Fantasy I-VII. Now it's time to dive into the second half of the franchise in vol. 2, which takes care of Final Fantasy VIII-XIV after the jump.