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Theatrhythm: Final Fantasy -Curtain Call-

September 10th, 2013 by Tony Garsow

Theatrhythm: Final Fantasy -Curtain Call- will be the definitive version of the original release of Theatrhythm: Final Fantasy — a rhythm-based RPG that compiles the music, characters, and scenes of the Final Fantasy series into one title. Released on Nintendo 3DS last year, the game had a subsequent debut on iOS with new characters and a few new songs to play. Curtain Call will return to the Nintendo 3DS, and bring with it some new characters of its own (60 in total). Here’s a few we spotted:

Ace (Final Fantasy Type-0)
Zack Fair (Final Fantasy VII)
Y’shtola (Final Fantasy XIV)
Ramza Beoulve (Final Fantasy Tactics)
Yuna (Final Fantasy X-2)
Benjamin (Final Fantasy Mystic Quest)

The music of Final Fantasy XIV will also make it into Theatrhythm at long last, and the game will include a Versus mode where you can presumably challenge other players’ performances on a song. New enemies such as a Magitek Armor unit from Final Fantasy VI are in the works as well. The game will have over 200 songs available to players, including upcoming songs in Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII.

The game is currently scheduled for a Spring 2014 release.

Curtain Call

Via: Jump
Thanks: kazu4281

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  • Aya

    Damn, wishful thinking. The one at the bottom of the gameplay screenshot reminds me of adult Hope.

  • Tony Garsow

    Bit of an update: will release in Japan in -Spring- 2014.

  • finestfantasy

    Will this include all the DLC songs that are currently available on the e-Shop, but already on the cartridge? I’m trying to decide if I want to buy more with my $30 credit from SMT 4 and Fire Emblem. If this does than I’ll just wait, but I’ll be kinda dissapointed and mad since I already bought about $25 worth.

  • Black Drazon

    If there’s anything Mystic Quest did right, it was its music, especially the boss theme. I hope seeing Ben in the lineup implies we might get a few of its tracks in this game.