Square Enix has released a new trailer for Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call during this year’s Tokyo Game Show. The game has only been announced for Japan thus far and the developers are aiming for a spring 2014 release on the Nintendo 3DS. The previous game was announced for mobile platforms, but this isn’t the case with Curtain Call.
Square Enix has announced in next week’s issue of Jump magazine that Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call will be coming to the Nintendo 3DS. The game is a brand new sequel to the well-received Theatrhythm Final Fantasy and includes 200+ tracks, 60+ characters, and a new Versus Battle Mode. The game is scheduled to arrive in Japan in Spring 2014.
If there’s anything that gets our feet tapping and our fingers rhythmically pushing buttons in time to the beat, it’s Theatrhythm Final Fantasy. In fact, news reports suggest that there might be a new game or a possible re-release of the popular rhythm game. According to a trademark filed by Square Enix in the US, Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call could be their next rhythm game.
The original Theatrhythm was released for the Nintendo 3DS in July 2012 and received above average reviews from the critics, taking in a highly regarded Metacritic score of 78. The success of the game spawned an iOS title as well, which was released last December. Not much is known about Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call, but does the rhythm game get your feet tapping enough to consider it as a purchase? Let us know in the comments below.
Amazon and Best Buy are selling the highly regarded Nintendo 3DS game TheAtRhythm Final Fantasy for $17.99. The offer at Best Buy for TheAtRhythm Final Fantasy is only available via store pickup. However, you can purchase it at Amazon if you want the game shipped to your house. The only problem is that you will have to wait two to three weeks before it ships. TheAtRhythm Final Fantasy has an overall score of seventy-eight percent on online review aggregation site, Metacritic.
Square Enix’s well received Final Fantasy music game Theatrhythm: Final Fantasy is now coming to IOS as a free app. The game is already available on the New Zealand App Store and should be coming to the US fairly soon. The basic app is free, but you’ll want to purchase a number of classic songs for the game from the App Store. The iOS version even includes the ability to create your own scores. Will you be getting this on your iOS device? Or will you stick with the 3DS version?
The original price of Heroes of Ruin, Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance, and Theatrhythm Final Fantasy is $39.99 each. For a limited time, from now until November 26th, consumers can pick up one of these games for $19.99 or all of them for $59.97. You can purchase the discounted games from the Square Enix online store or Amazon.com.
The demo of Theatrhythm: Final Fantasy can be downloaded to a Nintendo 3DS from the Nintendo eShop. Thanks to the game’s developer, Indies zero, it is the first downloadable demo that doesn’t have a limited number of uses to hit the eShop; North American consumers can play and exit the demo for however many times they’d like.