Hey, ‘Final Fantasy’ fans! Listen up because this ones just for you! Square Enix are extremely proud to officially announce that their rhythm game sequel ‘Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call’ is now available across Australia and New Zealand for the Nintendo 3DS. Sugoi!
It has been one hell of a lead up to this game and I know there are a bunch of you out there ready to get your hands on what is looking to be a fantastic sequel to a fantastic ‘Final Fantasy’ spinoff title. To celebrate the occasion and to entice those of you out there who are still ‘on the fence’ about whether or not they want to buy this game, Square Enix has released a launch trailer which we’ve provided for you just below.
A sequel to the first rhythm action game released in 2012, THEATRHYTHM FINAL FANTASY® expands on the original in every way, with over three times as many songs and twice as many playable characters as its predecessor. The sequel also boasts two new game modes: Quest Medley, where you choose various paths through alternating types of sequence, on the way to boss battles – and the exciting Versus mode, where players can challenge and compete against friends and other players. The game also includes a number of character customisation and progression elements that the FINAL FANTASY series is renowned for.
Featuring more than 200 songs and 60 playable characters from across the entire FINAL FANTASY® series – including FINAL FANTASY VII: Advent Children®, FINAL FANTASY TACTICS® and recently released titles like LIGHTNING RETURNS™: FINAL FANTASY XIII and FINAL FANTASY XIV: A Realm Reborn®, THEATRHYTHM FINAL FANTASY CURTAIN CALL lets players relive their favourite moments from across the epic series, as they tap their way through key FINAL FANTASY events, environments and battle sequences.
There’s no time to waste, heroes! Watch the trailer, get musically pumped, and head into your local video game store or jump onto the Nintendo eShop right now to grab ‘Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call’! I, and Square Enix, assure you that you will not regret it, well…you might begin to regret it when you’re too addicted to the game to leave your 3DS but that’s good addiction!