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Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call Announces Free And Paid-For DLC Tracks

Posted by Kerry Brunskill

Yuffie joins in too!

The Curtain Call news just keeps coming this week! Not only do we now have a confirmed western release, but in Japan the first wave of additional DLC tracks have been announced — including two tracks that are free for a limited period. The full line up is as follows:

Final Fantasy V
Battle 2 (BMS) - Free until the 8th of May
The Ancient Library (FMS)

Final Fantasy VIII
Shuffle or Boogie (BMS)

Final Fantasy IX
Rose of May (FMS) - Free until the 8th of May

Final Fantasy X
Blitz Off (BMS)

Final Fantasy X-2
Eternity ~Memories of Light and Waves~ (FMS)

Final Fantasy XI
Tough Battle #2 (BMS)

Final Fantasy XIII-2
Crazy Chocobo (FMS)

Yuffie is also making an appearance as the sole DLC character this time around too. All DLC tracks and Yuffie are priced at ¥150 each (approx. £0.89/$1.46USD). 


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User Comments (17)



unrandomsam said:

I just want Dragon Quest VII 3DS. (I suspect it will be the one they choose not to release in the West though.)

Wouldn't be surprised either if the DLC reached the levels of the iOS version last time.



ueI said:

Are these DLC priced the same as those in the first Theatrhythm?



Domon said:

@ueI The first game had DLC all priced at 0.99 USD, so yeah, the western release will probably be priced the same.



Marshi said:

I have to say,like guitar hero and rock band before it, theatrythm is the only game where I actively WANT dlc for! Seriously the more the merrier. There was around 40 dlc tunes for the first theatrythm and at 89p a pop I bought every single one



therube said:

why exactly did we need MORE Final Fantasy music after the 100 songs of the first one? Doesn't Square-Enix have dozens of other RPGs, Dragon Quest not the least amongst them, that they could have crafted a Theatrhythm game from?

Are any owners of the first game (of which I am one who enjoyed it plenty) excited for this retread?



Grumblevolcano said:

@therube I don't like Final Fantasy so I'm not really interested in this game. However, this situation isn't too different from when Rock Band DLC used to come out as there was plenty of "Why no more Muse DLC or any Led Zeppelin DLC and yet we have 30 Foo Fighters songs?" Fans of Rock Band who really like Foo Fighters would have been excited for more DLC from them (I'm one of those people btw).



Expa0 said:

Huzzah for Ancient Library, I was wondering where that track was.. Though it's still missing town of karnak/pirate graveyard from 5, Johnny C Bad from 6 and Assault from 10. Though the last one at least should be added for sure.



Angelic_Lapras_King said:

Boy boy, the first game had over 40 DLC tracks to buy. This'll get expensive.

Though it would be nice if you could import the first game's DLC to the sequel as well...



SparkOfSpirit said:

@Expa0 Every track from the first game is available in this one including DLC tracks. You already get more than enough content in the base game.



shazeobock said:

I'm just hoping that they have a way to listen to all of the DLC in the music player that you've purchased. They didn't do this for the first game and I limited my DLC purchases because of it.



Tsuchinoko said:

Just got the game. The menu and sounds are much nicer this time around! Also, the songs are opened much differently. At first only FFVI, FFVII, FFXIII, and X-2 are open, but after getting only 500 points every other game opens up.

And therd are sooo many songs in this one!



Tsuchinoko said:

@shazeobock I got the two free download tracks. It does insert them into the menu for that songs game, unlike the first game, preview included. It also automatically adds them into the music player!



shazeobock said:

@Tsuchinoko Awesome! Thanks for the heads-up! I was pretty disappointed when I first downloaded some DLC in the first Theatrhythm and noticed it didn't come up as a playable option in the Music Player. If you're paying $0.99 per song it should at least give you the option to play it like an MP3 alongside actually playing it in game mode.

The first game was pretty awesome - I stopped playing it regularly to play other games but I still pick it up from time-to-time to complete more achievements. I'm looking forward, even more now, to Curtain Call now that you've confirmed DLC music player playback and DLC previewing! Thanks!



Tsuchinoko said:

Yeah, this one is much better than the first game. Im enjoying it a lot. I was a bit surprised that the DLC menu wasnt there at first, but the DLC menu, quest map and everything else opens up after just a few songs. And the quest mode is so much better this time around!

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