Final Fantasy's rhythm spinoff hasn't seen a new entry since 2016
It's been a few years since we last saw Theatrhythm: Final Fantasy. First released back in 2012 on 3DS, this rhythm-based spinoff later received an expanded follow-up, the aptly named Curtain Call. However - excluding the Japan-only arcade game and
Where should they go next?
The Theatrhythm series of games for Square Enix is an interesting spin-off that holds a lot of potential. Over its long run, Square has produced countless memorable soundtracks to accompany its games, and somebody finally got the bright idea to make a rhythm game focused entirely on this music. While the two that have...
More will likely be added as DLC
In case you weren't aware, the third instalment in the Theatrhythm series - due out in Japan on 26th March - will be themed around the Dragon Quest series, now that the Final Fantasy franchise has been just about been mined dry between the previous two entries. The rhythm-based music series aims to celebrate beloved...
Available as an early purchase bonus in Japan
Square Enix caused quite a stir when it announced that Theatrhythm Dragon Quest is coming to the 3DS, and as the Japanese launch date of March 26th gets ever closer, fans have something else to get excited about - another 3DS theme. Japanese fans will be pleased to know that Square Enix will be...
Chrono Trigger and Secret of Mana tracks included
Fortunately for fans of Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call, Square Enix has kept busy since its 2014 launch, providing fans with various various DLC packages that include a range of confirmed additional tracks on the way. Although Square Enix has already announced and released a variety of DLC...
World Ends With You! Chrono Trigger! Romancing SaGa 3!
Square Enix has kindly launched a trailer covering the new batch of DLC content for Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call that will be launched in Japan this week. The most exciting part is that four songs from RPG classics Chrono Trigger and The World Ends With You are arriving, as well as a...
12 tracks in total due on 24th December
While Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call is an expanded and remixed version of its predecessor, it is nevertheless — arguably — one of the year's finest retail releases on the 3DS; we were certainly fans in our review. DLC is a pretty important part of the package beyond the extensive catalogue that's...
Move over, Cloud Strife
After two critically and commercially successful outings based on the Final Fantasy series, Square Enix's Theatrhythm franchise is being expanded to include Dragon Quest — the company's other million-selling RPG brand. A new trailer has just been released in Japan which shows off footage from Theatrhythm Dragon Quest —...
Japanese launch happening in March
Square Enix's Theatrhythm: Final Fantasy games have been a commercial and critical success for the company, taking the legendary tunes heard in the million-selling series and placing them in an incredibly compelling rhythm action context. Given that Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call has pretty much mined the...
Everyone has a favourite track
It may be unlikely to be a multi-million selling smash hit, but we expect some 3DS owners are pretty keen to get their hands on Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call this September. The expanded version of the original will have plenty of new content, bringing the total number of tracks to over 200; that should keep...
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 hit
Mostly newer games this time, with one classic face
Square Enix has just released a second set of DLC tracks for Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call; it's a little shorter than the last set and there are no time-limited freebies this time, but with so much to be getting on with already it's probably a good idea to not drown gamers in additional...
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...
Final Fantasy VI and VII get a chance to shine
Excitement has been building recently for Square-Enix' Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call; the company has been teasing us with extra-long video previews as well as the inevitable range of toys. Those
Moogle, Chocobo and... Squall?!
With Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call's Japanese release date now mere weeks away Square Enix has started to get the full weight of its formidable merchandising arm behind the game, with this three piece "THEATRHYTHM FINAL FANTASY STATIC ARTS mini" set no doubt the first of many similar figure releases. The...
Magnificent melodies heading towards 3DS
1st April my be a popular time for companies to come up with creative pranks, but thankfully Square-Enix has gone down a different route and instead gifted us with two videos for Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call instead. We have of course looked at the published track lists and
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
A medley of classic tunes coming to Japanese 3DS'
While we were busy twiddling our thumbs waiting for Theatrhythm: Curtain Call and playing the threedemo tracks until our stylus wore out, Square-Enix sneaked an update onto the official website detailing some of the tracks to be included from the original Final Fantasy up to