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Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call's Third DLC Set Announced

Posted by Kerry Brunskill

Advent Children-style Cloud joins in too!

We've been keeping you up-to-date with Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call's DLC packs, and this latest set is no exception. We'd certainly hope and expect that the same sets will be available when this title hits the West later this year.

The track list for the third DLC set is as follows:

Final Fantasy II
Battle Scene A (BMS)

Final Fantasy X
Thunder Plains (FMS)

Final Fantasy XIV
Good King Moggle Mog XII (BMS)

Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy
Canto Mortis ~An Undocumented Battle~ (BMS)

The character this time is Final Fantasy VII's Cloud Strife, in his Advent Children clothing.

As before all items are priced at ¥150 (approx. £0.88/$1.48USD).

Do any of these tracks have you desperate to play the game? Let us know in the comments section below.

[via 4gamer.net]

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User Comments (9)

Koapa

#1

Koapa said:

First game was cool (with very costly DLC).
Second one looks very same with new songs. Will you buy it?

sinalefa

#2

sinalefa said:

I think I want this game. As every time I see an article about it, I cross my fingers for it to be the release date for the West.

Could not care less about DLC, though.

Kaze_Memaryu

#4

Kaze_Memaryu said:

Tsk, it's seriously low to announce this much DLC in such a short amount of time... didn't Squenix say they wanted to change for the better? Makes me wonder when they're gonna start...

Expa0

#5

Expa0 said:

Still no Evil Lord Exdeath...

Or Jochny C Bad for that matter.

Starwolf_UK

#8

Starwolf_UK said:

@Koapa Well I was contemplating buying DLC for the first game but since it is all included in Curtain Call I'll buy that instead. Yeah the price per song sounds like a lot but in terms of how long they take to master they offer good longevity if that is your sort of thing (assuming the notes are as well placed as they were in the main game).

TJF588

#9

TJF588 said:

I am still baffled by what evidences a popularity of the "Thunder Plains" track. It's in the FFX Piano Collections, remixed for Chocobo's Dungeon and TFF's menus, and now this, if not else (I fear to check wikis...). It's a borderline infuriating track, if left playing long enough. Completely lost on my sensibilities.

But, hey, "Battle Scene A" ("B" can go wander off to the soundproofed room) and "Canto Mortis", so some good happenin'.

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