Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call out now

Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call is out today in North America, both at retail and digitally through the Nintendo eShop. This sequel to the 2012 original includes over 221 songs, over 60 playable characters and new gameplay modes across more than 20 Final Fantasy titles brought together in one definitive fan-flavored package.

“With Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call, we wanted to capture the memorable musical elements that have been a huge part of the franchise,” said Ichiro Hazama, producer of the series. “Our fans are in for a nostalgic rhythmic experience that will have them fall in love with their favorite Final Fantasy soundtracks all over again, from the original Final Fantasy in 1987 all the way through the recently released Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII and Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn.”

Square Enix also detailed a variety of post-release downloadable content, including both songs and character additions at the cost of $0.99 each:

DLC available today:
Character Final Fantasy VII — “Yuffie”
BMS Final Fantasy V — “Battle 2″ (Free until September 30th)
BMS Final Fantasy IX — “Rose of May” (Free until September 30th)
BMS Final Fantasy X — “Blitz Off”
FMS Final Fantasy V — “Library of Ancients”
BMS Final Fantasy VIII — “Shuffle or Boogie”
BMS Final Fantasy XI — “Tough Battle #2″
FMS Final Fantasy X-2 — “KUON: Memories of Waves and Light”
FMS Final Fantasy VII — “Crazy Chocobo”

DLC available September 25th:
Character Final Fantasy IV — “Rosa”
BMS Final Fantasy VI — “Protect the Espers!”
FMS Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles — “Promised Grace”
FMS Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children — “Aerith’s Theme (Piano Version)”
BMS Final Fantasy II — “Battle Theme A”
BMS Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn — “Good King Moggle Mog XII”
FMS Final Fantasy X — “Thunder Plains”
BMS Dissidia Final Fantasy — “Battle 1 – arrangement – from FINAL FANTASY IX”
BMS Dissidia 012[duodecim] Final Fantasy — “Canto Mortis -An Undocumented Battle-”

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