Theatrhythm: Final Fantasy is a gem in the 3DS library, and along with SEGA's Rhythm Thief & the Emperor's Treasure gave us a resurgence of rhythm music games, which continued with the eShop-exclusive HarmoKnight. While there are plenty of rhythmic gamers probably hoping that the Theatrhythm name will become a brand for multiple franchises, it seems that a collection of all of the original's content could be on the cards.
Siliconera has dug up a U.S. trademark that was filed by Square Enix on 27th August with the name Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call. Considering that the 3DS release was accompanied by a decent amount of optional paid-DLC — there was also an iOS release that cost more for all of the equivalent content — it's possible that this could be some form of special edition collection. A version that included all DLC on the cart alongside an exclusive or two would, we suggest, be tempting to those that haven't yet taken the plunge; the game is so good that, depending on any extras, some may even double-dip.
Of course, as we've learned with Square Enix in the past, assumptions are dangerous things. If this does transpire to be a fresh, definitive release of the 3DS title, would you be interested? Dare we even dream of a Wii U remake utilising the GamePad's touch screen?