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Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call Special Editions Also Coming To Europe

Square Enix has today announced Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call will launch in Europe this September. Following the recent news that North America will receive two special edition versions of the rhythmic game, it now appears European fans will get to join in on the Final Fantasy-themed action as well.

Both the Collector’s Edition and the Limited Edition will be available to pre-order in the European store, here. The Collector’s Edition is priced at £44.99 / €54.99, while the Limited Edition retails for £29.99 / €34.99 – the same as the standard version. For those who pre-order the game, you will automatically receive the limited edition which comes with a 5-track remix CD. Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call will launch on the Nintendo 3DS on September 19 in Europe.

18 thoughts on “Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call Special Editions Also Coming To Europe”

    1. I enjoyed it. The gameplay isn’t terribly deep but playing through all the final fantasy songs is quite fun. I believe there is a demo of the first one on the eShop.

  1. I just bought the game mario kart 8 for my wii and it doesn’t work! Do I need to buy one of those wii u controllers to get it to work?

    1. Yeah. Just go to ebay and buy a replacement Wii U Gamepad. Then you have Mario Kart 8 up and running on your Wii. I can assure you that this is not wasted money.. . ;)

  2. Square Enix can’t even make a full proper Final Fantasy title for Nintendo consoles. No one wants to invest in a failing company after all…

    1. Nintendo Commander Quadraxis

      If you even knew our empire’s grand design, you would see that your words means absolutely nothing…

    2. I don’t think Nintendo is failing with over $7 Billion in the bank.
      Sony on the other hand is losing loads of money on TVs, Computers, Smartphones and Tablet which is making them lose billions of dollars.

      Microsoft isn’t doing so well either with the Xbox One lagging behind the Wii U, but enough about that.

      Could you stay on one topic please?
      I know you are just a copycat version of me and I’ve accepted but you must know this is a site for fans of Nintendo. You are wasting your time and internet on just “trolling” one site for no reason. please stop and get some fresh air, it will do you good.

    1. I cleaned my ass with the first one and sold it to some blue haired jrpg geek who gets boners from Hatsune Miku!

  3. Make an article about Theatrhythm coming to EUROPE, name prices in British Pounds. Seems legit. /s
    Europe doesn’t consist of the UK only. The UK isn’t all of Europe. The British Pound isn’t the currency of Europe, it is the currency of the UK only. The Euro is the most common currency in Europe.
    I think it is really unprofessional of you as a news publication to write an article like that. And it honestly is annoying the hell out of me when I see people do that. You don’t use Canadian Dollars in your articles either when naming prices of games for America, just because Canada is, de facto, a part of the continent North America, even though the American Dollar is the most common currency. So, please.

    1. Usually we do put the Euro prices in all our articles, but it was missed this time so I can only apologise. I’ve updated the article with the Euro prices. Thanks for bringing it to my attention.

      As for North American articles, we stick to the US dollar as it’s the most common currency, like you said. Many of the press releases Nintendo send out to us also only stipulate the US dollar, so we like to keep the same format.

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