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Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call announced

Final Fantasy spinoff Theatrhythm will receive an encore with Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call, set for a Japanese launch on 3DS next spring. Gematsu obtained scans of this week's Jump magazine from Japan, which revealed the product. The announcement comes a couple of weeks after a trademark...

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Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call trademarked by Square Enix

Final Fantasy spinoff Theatrhythm may be about to take an encore if a new Square Enix trademark is anything to go by. As spotted by Gematsu, the Japanese mega-company registered a US trademark for Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call on August 27. The trademark itself is identified for several...

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Theatrhythm soundtracks are really Final Fantasy 1-13 albums, out now

Square Enix released four Theatrhythm: Final Fantasy soundtracks onto iTunes today, each comprising songs from a particular mode of the 3DS and iOS game. There's a soundtrack each for the game's Event, Field, and Battle gameplay modes, each one priced $8.97, along with one for the Chaos Shrine...

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Best of the Rest: JC's picks of 2012

Joystiq is revealing its 10 favorite games of 2012 throughout the week. Keep reading for more top selections and every writer's personal, impassioned picks in Best of the Rest roundups. Kid Icarus Uprising I tried not to push Kid Icarus Uprising on my coworkers, despite enjoying it more than...

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Best of the Rest: Sinan's picks of 2012

Joystiq is revealing its 10 favorite games of 2012 throughout the week. Keep reading for more top selections and every writer's personal, impassioned picks in Best of the Rest roundups. Dragon's Dogma There are so many things wrong with Dragon's Dogma, as noted in Joystiq's scathing review. For...

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Theatrhythm Final Fantasy shows up on iOS App Store

An unannounced iOS port of the 3DS music game Theatrhythm Final Fantasy has shown up on New Zealand's iOS App Store, which usually portends a worldwide release throughout the day. The iOS game adds a "Quest Medley" mode, which puts you through a random pairing of "field" and "battle" levels,...

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NintendoWare Weekly: Theatrhythm demo, Toki Tori

Maybe you don't think you like Final Fantasy all that much. You should still try Theatrhythm: Final Fantasy, a suggestion made easier by the arrival of a demo on the 3DS eShop today. And while you're there, you can pick up Two Tribes' original Game Boy Color version of Toki Tori....

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Plan your nostalgia with Theatrhythm DLC schedule

The first Theatrhythm DLC (and, by extension, the first 3DS DLC) arrived in North America last week. Square Enix continues to support the rhythm-playing game with four weekly tracks, announcing the releases for today and the following two weeks. Today's DLC brings something truly special: "Somnus"...

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Why Theatrhythm is a celebration of not only Final Fantasy, but an entire genre

This is a column by Kat Bailey dedicated to the analysis of the once beloved Japanese RPG sub-genre. Tune in every Wednesday for thoughts on white-haired villains, giant robots, Infinity+1 swords, and everything else the wonderful world of JRPGs has to offer. When I put together my Mt. Rushmore of...

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First Theatrhythm DLC for North America includes eight new old songs

Theatrhythm Final Fantasy launches today, and Square Enix has already revealed the first round of DLC for North America. Eight songs will be available for 99 cents each (the list is after the break), with the purchase option available from a link in the 3DS game's title screen. Square Enix did not...

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