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Modern Final Fantasy Tracks Confirmed For Theatrhythm: Curtain Call

Posted by Kerry Brunskill

Did your favourite make it in?

Last time the official Theatrhythm: Final Fantasy: Curtain Call website updated we were able to bring you news of the classic Final Fantasy tracks that were confirmed for inclusion in the game; now we can finally tell you which tracks from Final Fantasy VIII all the way up to Final Fantasy XIV have made the cut.

Final Fantasy VIII
Don’t be Afraid (BMS)
Force Your Way (BMS)
The Man with the Machine Gun (BMS)
Maybe I’m a Lion (BMS)
The Extreme (BMS)
Blue Fields (FMS)
Find Your Way (FMS)
Waltz for the Moon (FMS)
Fisherman’s Horizon (FMS)
Ride On (FMS)
The Castle (FMS)
Ending Theme (FMS)

Final Fantasy IX
Battle 1 (BMS)
Battle 2 (BMS)
Sword of Fury (BMS)
Festival of the Hunt (BMS)
Something to Protect (BMS)
The Darkness of Eternity (BMS)
The Final Battle (BMS)
Over the Hill (FMS)
Dark City Treno (FMS)
Aboard the Hilda Garde (FMS)
Unforgettable Sorrow (FMS)
Behind the Door (FMS)
Melodies of Life (FMS)
A Place to Call Home (FMS)

Final Fantasy X
Battle Theme (BMS)
Fight With Seymour (BMS)
Challenge (BMS)
Otherworld (BMS)
A Contest of Aeons (BMS)
Final Battle (BMS)
To Zanarkand (FMS)
Spira Unplugged (FMS)
Mi’ihen Highroad (FMS)
Movement in Green (FMS)
Suteki Da Ne (FMS)
Launch (FMS)
Servants of the Mountain (FMS)
Someday the Dream Will End (FMS)

Final Fantasy XI
Battle Theme (BMS)
FFXI Opening Theme (BMS)
Awakening (BMS)
Fighters of the Crystal (BMS)
Ragnarok (BMS)
Shinryu (BMS)
Vana’diel March (FMS)
Ronfaure (FMS)
Gustaberg (FMS)
Sarutabaruta (FMS)
Heavens Tower (FMS)
Voyager (FMS)
Selbina (FMS)
The Sanctuary of Zi’Tah (FMS)

Final Fantasy XII
Final Fantasy ~FFXII Version~ (BMS)
Boss Battle (BMS)
Esper Battle (BMS)
Desperate Fight (BMS)
Clash of Swords (BMS)
The Battle for Freedom (BMS)
Ending Movie (BMS)
The Royal City of Rabanastre / Town Ward Upper Stratum (FMS)
The Dalmasca Eastersand (FMS)
Naivety (FMS)
Giza Plains (FMS)
The Mosphoran Highwaste (FMS)

Final Fantasy XIII
Blinded by Light (BMS)
Defiers of Fate (BMS)
Saber’s Edge (BMS)
Desperate Struggle (BMS)
Fighting Fate (BMS)
The Sunleth Waterscape (FMS)
March of the Dreadnoughts (FMS)
The Gapra Whitewood (FMS)
The Archlte Steppe (FMS)
Dust to Dust (FMS)

Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn
The Land Breathes (BMS)
Fallen Angel (BMS)
Torn from the Heavens (BMS)
Under the Weight (BMS)
To the Sun (FMS)
On Westerly Winds (FMS)
Serenity (FMS)
Engage (FMS)
Answers (EMS)

There are also two tracks from the SaGa series — "Sewers" (FMS) from Romancing SaGa and "Four Demon Nobles Battle 1" (BMS) from Romancing SaGa 3. These will be paid-for DLC and not included in the standard game.

What do you think of this selection? Did your favourite make it in, or are you now hoping it'll show up as DLC? Let us know in the comments section below.


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User Comments (24)



Bassman_Q said:

Awesome! I haven't played many of the "modern" Final Fantasy's aside from VIII and IX but it seems like the tracks I wanted from those two are on the list. Fingers crossed for a North American release for later this year!



LunaticPandora said:

Stop teasing me with all these new tracks!!! With all this content being announced I just want a date already dammit!



MarkMcColtney said:

@Expa0 in day-1 dlc

although tbh the original "You're not alone" isn't half as good as its arrangment from the Piano Collections

also, THAT'S A LOT OF MUZIK, i hope they get looped too



Tsuchinoko said:

@MarkMcColtney according to a the japanese site, quite a few of the songs from the first game are getting extended, the stages will be longer.

This list of couse doesnt include DLC. And spin-offs havent been announced yet. So much music



Mahe said:

Classic FFs: most of the good ones from NES, SNES, PS1 and PS2.

"Modern" FFs: the crappy ones like the whole FF13 "Lightning saga".

Tracklist looks very good.



CaviarMeths said:

Well, even if I'm not a fan of the direction of FF lately, it's nice to see representation of modern FF games on a Nintendo console. Hopefully this opens doors for Nintendo and Square Enix in the future. I'm not expecting a full fledged FF to appear on a Nintendo any time soon, but some major release on the Wii U would be nice.



edhe said:

None of my favourite tracks are in the list though. They include "Starting Up", "The Landing", "Timber Owls" and "Martial Law".



sinalefa said:

All of those tracks are roughly equal in quantity to all of the first game sans DLC. Really packed this time!



Tsuchinoko said:

@Mahe i havent played most of the newer ones, but i think they have some great music. Battle for Freedom from FFXII and Blades Edge and the amazing Fighting Fate from XIII are some of my favorites.



Tsuchinoko said:

Thats whats been said in previous announcements. The first reveal was the first up to VII, the second was VIII to XIV. The only DLC that has been announced so far are the Romancing Saga songs. Just wait for the spin-off stuff to be revealed



koelboel said:

Festival of the hunt, Force your way and Dalmasca Estersand are all pretty awesome tracks. FFXII was very underrated...



Starwolf_UK said:

I knew about the SaGa tracks from a few weeks ago. Did not realise they were DLC. I knew it having no DLC was going to turn out too good to be true.

As for other non-FF stuff. While SaGa can be considered a sister series (hence its inclusion) I would like some Mana or Chrono tracks (these are more cousin series, I know).



Tsuchinoko said:

@Starwolf_UK the original had over 70 tracks. This one has 221 tracks BEFORE DLC. Thats a huge amount. At this point DLC could only make it better. I think since the Romancing Saga tracks are recent reveals, other stuff, like Mana isn't impossible



shingi_70 said:

Blinded by Light and Saber's Edge made it in so i'm good. I hope for DLC we get the theme of Dragon Quest and Chrono trigger.



Wilford111 said:

Wow, all of these are included in the cartridge? That's a ton!
All I need is a release date... I just need a release date!! XD

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