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FF Explorers Multiplayer, Cloud Cameo Revealed

Thursday, August 28th, 2014

In the first volume of live streams to promote Final Fantasy Explorers, Square Enix revealed the game’s multiplayer. Playing as the Knight job class, the player is accompanied by three other players in the field to slay Goblins for a quest received in town. The jobs in the game will fulfill different combat roles similar to a MMORPG such as Tank, Healer, Attacker, and Buffer. In the second video, the player character uses the Ninja and faces Shiva in a boss battle.

Click here to watch video #2: Ninja & company vs. Shiva
Click here to watch video #3: Dark Knight & company vs. Fenrir

On the same note, it was revealed that Cloud Strife will receive a cameo in the game — in what is described as the player character’s “Trance” and will appear with background music from Final Fantasy VII.

Final Fantasy Explorers is currently announced for a December 18th release for the 3DS in Japan.

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Round #10 of Curtain Call DLC Announced

Wednesday, August 27th, 2014

Theatrhythm: Final Fantasy Curtain Call will be getting its tenth round of DLC music from Final Fantasy VII, Final Fantasy VIII, Final Fantasy XI, and Final Fantasy XII.

Releasing this week in Japan, four selections have made the cut. You can listen to samples of all the announced DLC by clicking here.

• Round #9
BMS Final Fantasy XI — “Iron Colossus”
BMS Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children — “Battle in the Forgotten City”
FMS Final Fantasy VII — “Rufus Welcoming Ceremony”
FMS Final Fantasy VIII — “The Oath”
FMS Final Fantasy XII — “The Phon Coast”

• Previously-announced DLC
BMS Final Fantasy II — “Battle Scene A”
FMS Final Fantasy II — “Chocobo Theme”
FMS Final Fantasy II — “Imperial Army’s Theme”
BMS Final Fantasy III — “Megalopolis Salonia”
FMS Final Fantasy IV — “Another Moon”
BMS Final Fantasy V — “Battle 2″
FMS Final Fantasy V — “Library of the Ancients”
BMS Final Fantasy VI — “Save Them!”
BMS Final Fantasy VI — “Locke’s Theme”
FMS Final Fantasy VII — “Crazy Motorcycle”
FMS Final Fantasy VIII — “Balamb Garden”
BMS Final Fantasy VIII — “Shuffle or Boogie”
BMS Final Fantasy VIII — “Premonition”
FMS Final Fantasy IX — “Vivi’s Theme”
FMS Final Fantasy IX — “Rose of May”
FMS Final Fantasy IX — “Iifa Tree”
FMS Final Fantasy IX — “Ipsen’s Castle”
BMS Final Fantasy X — “Blitz Off”
FMS Final Fantasy X — “Thunder Plains”
FMS Final Fantasy X — “Via Purifico”
FMS Final Fantasy X-2 — “Eternity ~Memory of Lightwaves~”
FMS Final Fantasy X-2 — “Under Bevelle”
BMS Final Fantasy XI — “Tough Battle #2″
FMS Final Fantasy XI — “A New Horizon – Tavnazian Archipelago”
BMS Final Fantasy XI — “Melodies Errant”
BMS Final Fantasy XIII — “Nascent Requiem”
FMS Final Fantasy XIII-2 — “Crazy Chocobo”
BMS Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn — “Good King Moggle Mog XII”
FMS Final Fantasy Tactics — “Ovelia’s Theme”
BMS Final Fantasy Tactics — “Battle on the Bridge”
FMS Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles — “Promised Moisture”
FMS Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles — “Today Arrives, Becoming Tomorrow”
BMS Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo’s Dungeon — “Pop-up Duel (FFII – Battle 1)”
BMS Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo’s Dungeon — “Leviathan Battle (FFIV – Battle with the Four Fiends)”
FMS Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children — “Aerith’s Theme-Piano Version”
BMS Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children — “Beyond the Wasteland”
BMS Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children — “Advent ~ One-Winged Angel”
BMS Last Order: Final Fantasy VII — “Last Order”
BMS Dissidia: Final Fantasy — “Battle 1~Arrange from Final Fantasy IX”
FMS Dissidia 012: Final Fantasy — “Canto Mortis”
BMS Final Fantasy Type-0 — “We Have Arrived”
BMS Romancing SaGa — “Battle! Saruin”
FMS Romancing SaGa — “Sewer”
BMS Romancing SaGa 2 — “Seven Heroes’ Battle”
BMS Romancing SaGa 3 — “Four Noble Demons 1″

Character Final Fantasy IV — Rosa
Character Final Fantasy V — Krile
Character Final Fantasy VII — Yuffie
Character Final Fantasy VII — Vincent
Character Final Fantasy X-2 — Auron
Character Final Fantasy Tactics — Orlandeau
Character Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children — Cloud



Theatrhythm: Final Fantasy Curtain Call is currently announced for release on September 16th for North America and September 19th in Europe. A Limited Edition and Collector’s Edition are also available, more details here.

Round #8 of Curtain Call DLC Announced

Wednesday, July 30th, 2014

Theatrhythm: Final Fantasy Curtain Call will be getting its eighth round of DLC music from Final Fantasy Tactics, Final Fantasy Type-0, Final Fantasy VII, and Final Fantasy XI.

Releasing this week in Japan, four selections have made the cut. You can listen to samples of all the announced DLC by clicking here.

• Round #8
BMS Final Fantasy Tactics — “Battle on the Bridge”
BMS Final Fantasy Type-0 — “We Have Arrived”
FMS Final Fantasy VII — “Crazy Motorcycle”
FMS Final Fantasy XI — “A New Horizon – Tavnazian Archipelago”

• Previously-announced DLC
BMS Final Fantasy II — “Battle Scene A”
FMS Final Fantasy II — “Chocobo Theme”
FMS Final Fantasy II — “Imperial Army’s Theme”
FMS Final Fantasy IV — “Another Moon”
BMS Final Fantasy V — “Battle 2″
FMS Final Fantasy V — “Library of the Ancients”
BMS Final Fantasy VI — “Save Them!”
BMS Final Fantasy VI — “Locke’s Theme”
FMS Final Fantasy VIII — “Balamb Garden”
BMS Final Fantasy VIII — “Shuffle or Boogie”
BMS Final Fantasy VIII — “Premonition”
FMS Final Fantasy IX — “Vivi’s Theme”
FMS Final Fantasy IX — “Rose of May”
FMS Final Fantasy IX — “Iifa Tree”
BMS Final Fantasy X — “Blitz Off”
FMS Final Fantasy X — “Thunder Plains”
FMS Final Fantasy X — “Via Purifico”
FMS Final Fantasy X-2 — “Eternity ~Memory of Lightwaves~”
FMS Final Fantasy X-2 — “Under Bevelle”
BMS Final Fantasy XI — “Tough Battle #2″
FMS Final Fantasy XIII-2 — “Crazy Chocobo”
BMS Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn — “Good King Moggle Mog XII”
FMS Final Fantasy Tactics — “Ovelia’s Theme”
FMS Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles — “Promised Moisture”
FMS Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles — “Today Arrives, Becoming Tomorrow”
BMS Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo’s Dungeon — “Pop-up Duel (FFII – Battle 1)”
BMS Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo’s Dungeon — “Leviathan Battle (FFIV – Battle with the Four Fiends)”
FMS Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children — “Aerith’s Theme-Piano Version”
BMS Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children — “Beyond the Wasteland”
BMS Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children — “Advent ~ One-Winged Angel”
BMS Last Order: Final Fantasy VII — “Last Order”
BMS Dissidia: Final Fantasy — “Battle 1~Arrange from Final Fantasy IX”
FMS Dissidia 012: Final Fantasy — “Canto Mortis”
BMS Romancing SaGa — “Battle! Saruin”
FMS Romancing SaGa — “Sewer”
BMS Romancing SaGa 2 — “Seven Heroes’ Battle”
BMS Romancing SaGa 3 — “Four Noble Demons 1″

Character Final Fantasy IV — Rosa
Character Final Fantasy V — Krile
Character Final Fantasy VII — Yuffie
Character Final Fantasy VII — Vincent
Character Final Fantasy X-2 — Auron
Character Final Fantasy Tactics — Orlandeau
Character Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children — Cloud



Theatrhythm: Final Fantasy Curtain Call is currently announced for release on September 16th for North America and September 19th in Europe. A Limited Edition and Collector’s Edition are also available, more details here.

Round #7 of Curtain Call DLC Announced

Tuesday, July 15th, 2014

Theatrhythm: Final Fantasy Curtain Call will be getting its seventh round of DLC music from Final Fantasy II, Final Fantasy VIII, Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children, and Final Fantasy X. Vincent from Final Fantasy VII has also been added as a DLC charcter.

Releasing this week in Japan, four selections have made the cut. You can listen to samples of all the announced DLC by clicking here.

• Round #7
BMS Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children — “Beyond the Wasteland”
FMS Final Fantasy II — “Chocobo Theme”
FMS Final Fantasy VIII — “Balamb Garden”
FMS Final Fantasy X — “Via Purifico”
Character Final Fantasy VII — Vincent

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• Previously-announced DLC
BMS Final Fantasy II — “Battle Scene A”
FMS Final Fantasy II — “Imperial Army’s Theme”
FMS Final Fantasy IV — “Another Moon”
BMS Final Fantasy V — “Battle 2″
FMS Final Fantasy V — “Library of the Ancients”
BMS Final Fantasy VI — “Save Them!”
BMS Final Fantasy VI — “Locke’s Theme”
BMS Final Fantasy VIII — “Shuffle or Boogie”
BMS Final Fantasy VIII — “Premonition”
FMS Final Fantasy IX — “Vivi’s Theme”
FMS Final Fantasy IX — “Rose of May”
FMS Final Fantasy IX — “Iifa Tree”
BMS Final Fantasy X — “Blitz Off”
FMS Final Fantasy X — “Thunder Plains”
FMS Final Fantasy X-2 — “Eternity ~Memory of Lightwaves~”
FMS Final Fantasy X-2 — “Under Bevelle”
BMS Final Fantasy XI — “Tough Battle #2″
FMS Final Fantasy XIII-2 — “Crazy Chocobo”
BMS Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn — “Good King Moggle Mog XII”
FMS Final Fantasy Tactics — “Ovelia’s Theme”
FMS Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles — “Promised Moisture”
FMS Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles — “Today Arrives, Becoming Tomorrow”
BMS Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo’s Dungeon — “Pop-up Duel (FFII – Battle 1)”
BMS Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo’s Dungeon — “Leviathan Battle (FFIV – Battle with the Four Fiends)”
FMS Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children — “Aerith’s Theme-Piano Version”
BMS Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children — “Advent ~ One-Winged Angel”
BMS Last Order: Final Fantasy VII — “Last Order”
BMS Dissidia: Final Fantasy — “Battle 1~Arrange from Final Fantasy IX”
FMS Dissidia 012: Final Fantasy — “Canto Mortis”
BMS Romancing SaGa — “Battle! Saruin”
FMS Romancing SaGa — “Sewer”
BMS Romancing SaGa 2 — “Seven Heroes’ Battle”
BMS Romancing SaGa 3 — “Four Noble Demons 1″

Character Final Fantasy IV — Rosa
Character Final Fantasy V — Krile
Character Final Fantasy VII — Yuffie
Character Final Fantasy X-2 — Auron
Character Final Fantasy Tactics — Orlandeau
Character Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children — Cloud


Theatrhythm: Final Fantasy Curtain Call is currently announced for release on September 16th for North America and September 19th in Europe. A Limited Edition and Collector’s Edition are also available, more details here.

Round #5 of Curtain Call DLC Announced

Wednesday, June 18th, 2014

Theatrhythm: Final Fantasy Curtain Call will be getting its fifth round of DLC music from the Final Fantasy VII compilation, Final Fantasy IV, Final Fantasy IX, and Final Fantasy X-2. Krile from Final Fantasy V has also been added as a DLC charcter.

Releasing June 18th in Japan, five selections have made the cut. You can listen to samples of all the announced DLC by clicking here.

• Round #5
BMS Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children — “Advent ~ One-Winged Angel”
BMS Last Order: Final Fantasy VII — “Last Order”
FMS Final Fantasy IV — “Another Moon”
FMS Final Fantasy IX — “Iifa Tree”
FMS Final Fantasy X-2 — “Under Bevelle”
Character Final Fantasy V — Krile

• Previously-announced DLC
BMS Final Fantasy II — “Battle Scene A”
BMS Final Fantasy V — “Battle 2″
FMS Final Fantasy V — “Library of the Ancients”
BMS Final Fantasy VI — “Save Them!”
BMS Final Fantasy VIII — “Shuffle or Boogie”
BMS Final Fantasy VIII — “Premonition”
FMS Final Fantasy IX — “Vivi’s Theme”
FMS Final Fantasy IX — “Rose of May”
BMS Final Fantasy X — “Blitz Off”
FMS Final Fantasy X — “Thunder Plains”
FMS Final Fantasy X-2 — “Eternity ~Memory of Lightwaves~”
BMS Final Fantasy XI — “Tough Battle #2″
FMS Final Fantasy XIII-2 — “Crazy Chocobo”
BMS Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn — “Good King Moggle Mog XII”
FMS Final Fantasy Tactics — “Ovelia’s Theme”
FMS Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles — “Promised Moisture”
BMS Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo’s Dungeon — “Pop-up Duel (Final Fantasy II – Battle 1)”
FMS Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children — “Aerith’s Theme-Piano Version”
BMS Dissidia: Final Fantasy — “Battle 1~Arrange from Final Fantasy IX”
FMS Dissidia 012: Final Fantasy — “Canto Mortis”
BMS Romancing SaGa — “Battle! Saruin”
BMS Romancing SaGa 2 — “Seven Heroes’ Battle”
BMS Romancing SaGa 3 — “Four Noble Demons 1″
FMS Romancing SaGa — “Sewer”

Character Final Fantasy IV — Rosa
Character Final Fantasy VII — Yuffie
Character Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children — Cloud
Character Final Fantasy Tactics — Orlandeau

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Theatrhythm: Final Fantasy Curtain Call is currently announced for release on September 16th for North America and September 19th in Europe. A Limited Edition and Collector’s Edition are also available, more details here.

Romancing SaGa DLC Comes to Curtain Call

Monday, June 16th, 2014

Previously announced to coincide with the 25th anniversary of Square Enix’s SaGa franchise, Theatrhythm: Final Fantasy Curtain Call will be getting a round of DLC music from the Romancing SaGa games. The trilogy originally released for the Super Famicom in Japan, and only the first game was remade and localized later as Romancing SaGa: Minstrel Song for the PS2.

Releasing June 18th in Japan, four selections composed by Kenji Ito have made the cut:

• Round SaGa
BMS Romancing SaGa — “Battle! Saruin”
BMS Romancing SaGa 2 — “Seven Heroes’ Battle”
BMS Romancing SaGa 3 — “Four Noble Demons 1″
FMS Romancing SaGa — “Sewer”

• Previously-announced DLC
BMS Final Fantasy II — “Battle Scene A”
BMS Final Fantasy V — “Battle 2″
FMS Final Fantasy V — “Library of the Ancients”
BMS Final Fantasy VI — “Save Them!”
BMS Final Fantasy VIII — “Shuffle or Boogie”
BMS Final Fantasy VIII — “Premonition”
FMS Final Fantasy IX — “Vivi’s Theme”
FMS Final Fantasy IX — “Rose of May”
BMS Final Fantasy X — “Blitz Off”
FMS Final Fantasy X — “Thunder Plains”
FMS Final Fantasy X-2 — “Eternity ~Memory of Lightwaves~”
BMS Final Fantasy XI — “Tough Battle #2″
FMS Final Fantasy XIII-2 — “Crazy Chocobo”
BMS Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn — “Good King Moggle Mog XII”
FMS Final Fantasy Tactics — “Ovelia’s Theme”
FMS Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles — “Promised Moisture”
BMS Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo’s Dungeon — “Pop-up Duel (Final Fantasy II – Battle 1)”
FMS Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children — “Aerith’s Theme-Piano Version”
BMS Dissidia: Final Fantasy — “Battle 1~Arrange from Final Fantasy IX”
FMS Dissidia 012: Final Fantasy — “Canto Mortis”

Character Final Fantasy IV — Rosa
Character Final Fantasy VII — Yuffie
Character Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children — Cloud
Character Final Fantasy Tactics — Orlandeau

Theatrhythm: Final Fantasy Curtain Call is currently announced for release on September 16th for North America and September 19th in Europe. A Limited Edition and Collector’s Edition are also available, more details here.

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G-Bike May Lead to Bigger Things for FFVII

Saturday, June 14th, 2014

Square Enix announced Final Fantasy VII G-Bike at this year’s E3 to the surprise of many fans across the globe. Described as “thrill of the chase” title for smartphones, G-Bike looks something like a modern re-imagining of the Gold Saucer mini-game of the same name.

It’s not the first time a Final Fantasy VII mini-game has been split into its own mobile title. Final Fantasy VII Snowboarding made its debut in 2005 and largely resembled its PlayStation counterpart. Other mobile titles in the Compilation have come to include Before Crisis: Final Fantasy VII and Dirge of Cerberus: Final Fantasy VII -Lost Episode-.

With the past in mind it doesn’t seem to be too much of a shock that the Compilation returns to our phones — but why now?

In the newest issue of Famitsu, the G-Bike staff including executive producer Yoshinori Kitase chat about… possibilities. Square Enix is collaborating with CyberConnect2 to create G-Bike, and president Hiroshi Matsuyama was present. Tetsuya Nomura, also working on the game and suggested the partnership, is a fan of the company’s work — particularly in the field of action. It seems that if G-Bike is successful Square Enix will be open to more games of its nature — “Super Dunk” or the submarine mini-game were thrown out as examples, not confirmations.

It’s hard talking about Final Fantasy VII without bringing up the “r-word”, and there’s no one at Square Enix that’s answered more than Yoshinori Kitase. Famitsu asked him if G-Bike is the start of something potentially much bigger:

(Translations Courtesy: SQEX.INFO)
Famitsu: Is this a starting point for FFVII titles here after? Is there a possibility of remake of the original FFVII?

Kitase: “I wonder… (Laughs) Maybe if Matsuyama is in charge of the criterion and the groundwork is finished, would we be fully prepared to remake it? (Laughs) Granting the quality line and fans’ excitement, I think comparatively it hangs on this title. I have my hopes up.”

Matsuyama: “…Well, I’d be happy to! (Big laughter)”

Kitase may only be getting a joke out of Matsuyama in the form of flattery, but it still leaves us curious.

Could G-Bike be the first of a smartphone line-up of Final Fantasy VII-themed games to prime new and old fans alike for an actual, factual remake?

For more information on Final Fantasy VII G-Bike, including the team’s development philosophy and approach, check out our interview summary with producer Ichirou Hazama here.

Final Fantasy VII G-Bike is currently announced for iOS and Android smartphone platforms.

Via: Famitsu
Translation Re: SQEX.INFO

Producer Hazama on Final Fantasy VII G-Bike

Wednesday, June 11th, 2014

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Square Enix Presents introduced Ichirou Hazama as the producer of Final Fantasy VII G-Bike, a mini-game spinoff from the original Final Fantasy VII‘s Gold Saucer. Heading to smartphone platforms iOS and Android, the game features 3D graphics reminiscent of Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII, and Cloud will take center stage to take on challenging courses.

Hazama-san shared that the project got started after fan reaction to Final Fantasy VII character introductions in Theatrhythm and Pictologica, so he pitched the idea to Final Fantasy series executive producer Shinji Hashimoto. The team has just started development on the project and there will be more that will remain up to fans’ imagination. The game isn’t intended to be an endless runner, but more of chase-type gameplay as seen in the trailer. Courses will revolve around defeating enemies or maneuvering through obstacles and clearing them as fast as you can.

Where does this take place in the Final Fantasy VII timeline? Hazama-san asks players to imagine it happening during the original Final Fantasy VII, but the team didn’t want to specific restrict themselves to the sub-series timeline. Since there’s no real storyline, the team’s focus turned to incorporating Final Fantasy VII gameplay elements such as the use of materia. They’d also like to include other characters from Final Fantasy VII in G-Bike, but reiterated that there’s no bearing on canon as a story will be absent.

Hazama-san expressed the team’s interest in customizing the bikes, but want to consider the gameplay design around these customizations rather than pure aesthetics. After the game’s release (it’s also free-to-play) they’d like to support it going forward. Right now the Midgar highway is planned but they’d like to include other areas and items Final Fantasy VII fans would find familiar.

Also a producer on the Theatrhythm games which feature many songs from the Final Fantasy franchise, Hazama said he will seek composer Nobuo Uematsu’s blessings to use his music in the game much in the same way he does for Theatrhythm. The team wants to incorporate familiar courses, so they want the monsters that would appear to be in line with what players remember.

Theatrhythm prepared Hazama to make something of a compendium of Final Fantasy music throughout the years. The same philosophy is being applied to G-Bike with elements of Final Fantasy VII. The first priority for the team is to satisfy fans of Final Fantasy VII, but for those new to the universe, the mobile platform and free-to-play plan were lucrative to get people introduced to the universe.

Two pillars for G-Bike is to reinforce that this is a game in the Final Fantasy VII universe and the “thrill of the chase” fans experienced in the original minigame.

Final Fantasy VII G-Bike is currently announced for iOS/Android.

FFVII’s G-Bike Coming To Mobile Platforms

Tuesday, June 10th, 2014

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Via the newest issue of Famitsu, Square Enix will be reportedly bringing Final Fantasy VII‘s G-Bike to mobile platforms this autumn. You’ll remember this minigame in first as a thrilling escape from Midgar and then as an attraction in Gold Saucer. Developed in conjuction with CyberConnect2, you’ll be able to jump and slide, as well as customize your bike in some way through materia. We don’t yet know if the game is a direct lift from Final Fantasy VII‘s code or inspired by it.

More Gold Saucer minigames are reportedly heading to smartphones as well.

Theatrhythm: Final Fantasy Curtain Call‘s Ichirou Hazama is the games producer, Final Fantasy VII director and scenario writer Yoshinori Kitase is attached as executive producer, and Final Fantasy VII character designer, battle visual director, and scenario writer Tetsuya Nomura will also be working on the game.

Final Fantasy VII G-Bike will be available on iOS and Android platforms. It will also be free to play “muryou” game — which will likely include microtransactions. The Super Dunk basketball mini-game in Wonder Square and the Submarine minigame are also being considered as mobile candidates.

Update: Square Enix’s official announcement comes today with new images and a trailer. Final Fantasy VII G-Bike will have weapon and item collection aspects and will feature Cloud’s unique fighting style in full 3D stages.

Via: Hachima-Kikou, Sokuho@Hokanko

Round #3 of Curtain Call DLC Announced

Tuesday, May 20th, 2014

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Square Enix has announced the next wave of Theatrhythm: Final Fantasy Curtain Call DLC, available on May 21st in Japan. New songs from Final Fantasy II, Final Fantasy X, and Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn are now available, as well as new CollectaPasswords. DLC characters and songs are priced at 150 yen (roughly $1.50USD).

You can sample the DLC selections by clicking here. These are the songs that made the cut this week:

• Round #3
BMS Final Fantasy II — “Battle Scene A”
BMS Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn — “Good King Moggle Mog XII”
FMS Final Fantasy X — “Thunder Plains”
FMS Dissidia 012: Final Fantasy — “Canto Mortis”
Character Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children — Cloud

• Previous DLC
BMS Final Fantasy V — Battle 2
FMS Final Fantasy V — Library of the Ancients
BMS Final Fantasy VI — “Save Them!”
BMS Final Fantasy VIII — Shuffle or Boogie
FMS Final Fantasy IX — Rose of May
BMS Final Fantasy X — Blitz Off
FMS Final Fantasy X-2 — Eternity ~Memory of Lightwaves~
BMS Final Fantasy XI — Tough Battle #2
FMS Final Fantasy XIII-2 — Crazy Chocobo
FMS Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles — “Promised Moisture”
FMS Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children — “Aerith’s Theme-Piano Version”
BMS Dissidia: Final Fantasy — “Battle 1~Arrange from Final Fantasy IX”

Character Final Fantasy IV — Rosa
Character Final Fantasy VII — Yuffie

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Theatrhythm: Final Fantasy Curtain Call is currently announced for release this year in North America and Europe.