Category: Theatrhythm Final Fantasy

Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call Trademarked by Square Enix

A year ago, Square Enix launched Theatrhythm Final Fantasy for the Nintendo 3DS (and then later brought it over to iOS). Now it appears that we may be finally getting a sequel, or at least another edition of it. A new trademark filed by Square Enix suggests as such Discovered online at the United States …

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Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Available Now for iOS Devices

Square Enix has announced that their recent music game based on the Final Fantasy series is now available for iOS Devices. To celebrate the 25th anniversary of the FINAL FANTASY franchise, Theatrhythm Final Fantasy was released in 2012 as the first music game in the Final Fantasy series, which has sold over 100 million games …

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Final DLC Track List Released for Theatrhythm Final Fantasy

Square Enix has released the final DLC track list for the Nintendo 3DS title, Theatrhythm Final Fantasy. Along with the track list the have announced that a demo is available on the Nintendo eShop. As always, each track will cost $0.99 and be available over the course of September. September 6, 20121. “The Extreme” (FINAL …

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Theatrhythm Final Fantasy August DLC Schedule

Square Enix has released today the DLC schedule for August for Theatrhythm Final Fantasy. Many memorable songs can be found within this list, which you can find below. The songs will cost $0.99 each. August 2, 20121. “Movement in Green” (FINAL FANTASY X)2. “March of the Dreadnoughts” (FINAL FANTASY XIII)3. “Gustaberg” (FINAL FANTASY XI)4. “The …

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Theatrhythm Final Fantasy July DLC Schedule Announced

Square Enix has announced today the DLC schedule for Theatrhythm Final Fantasy in North America. The next 12 tracks of DLC will be released over the course of three weeks, and each week will feature four songs. July 12, 20121.  “Somnus” (FINAL FANTASY Versus XIII)2. “Desperate Struggle” (FINAL FANTASY XIII)3. “Sarutabaruta” (FINAL FANTASY XI)4. “Battle” …

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Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Review – A Nintendo 3DS Title Not to be Missed

While this may seem like an odd title to have as a 25th Anniversary entry for the Final Fantasy series, it is definitely an entry worth looking into. Anyone who has played the series will know that it has some of the most memorable music in gaming. Theatrhythm Final Fantasy takes those memorable songs and …

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Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Released in North America

Theatrhythm Final Fantasy was recently released in North America for the Nintendo 3DS. The 25th Anniversary title will have you tapping your way through a variety of classic Final Fantasy songs as you work to obtain Rythmia to bring back order in the world. Theatrhythm Final Fantasy features over 70 songs with more to come …

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Four More Songs Head to Theatrhythm in Japan on June 13th

Square Enix has revealed the next round of Theatrhythm: Final Fantasy DLC for Japan. This set includes 4 songs from the series and will be released on June 13th. Final Fantasy V – The Decisive Battle (Battle Music) Final Fantasy VIII – Force Your Way (Battle Music) Final Fantasy IX – Sleepless City Treno (Field …

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Huge Square Enix E3 Update–Final Fantasy XIV, Kingdom Hearts 3D, Theatrhythm Final Fantasy and Final Fantasy Dimensions

This years E3 has begun and Square Enix has released a huge updated relating to their lineup at the show. Below you can find screenshots relating to just a few of the games they have to show there. So check out the images included for Final Fantasy XIV, Kingdom Hearts 3D, Theatrhythm Final Fantasy and …

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A Look at the Chaos Shrine in Theatrhythm Final Fantasy

The newest release of Theatrhythm Final Fantasy screenshots shows off the Chaos Shrine game mode. This game mode is unlocked by amassing enough Rythmia by completing field, battle, and event stages. Within the Chaos Shrine you can accept Dark Note challenge which randomly generate combinations of field and battle songs. Through the Chaos Shrine and …

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