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!
The second round of Theatrhythm Final Fantasy DLC is coming out March 8 in Japan, and Square Enix has a trailer to put it all on rapid-fire display. Video and more past the break!
While you won't be bringing anybody's father back from the dead for Christmas or restoring a child's faith in his hero, Theatrhythm Final Fantasy looks to be a fun portable rhythm game with familiar and beloved characters. One of the series' most popular villains has made the cut--hit the jump for more!
The line was long, but it was wayyy worth it to get our hands on Theatrhythm Final Fantasy yesterday at Jump Festa. Read on for details about our experience playing Square Enix's upcoming rhythm action game!
It's been a while since we were graced with in-game footage of Square Enix's music game, Theatrhythm Final Fantasy, but an update to the official site is set to cure those woes. Check out the latest video after the jump!
Famitsu has plenty of Theatrhythm Final Fantasy coverage coming out of Tokyo Game Show 2011, not the least of which is a seven-minute video showing off some of the game's many musical moments. Hit the jump to watch.
Been wondering just how Theatrhythm Final Fantasy—Square Enix's venture into the tap-tappin' rhythm genre—is going to play? Well, there's finally a gameplay video up, and you can bounce to the beat after the jump.