TheatRhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call Limited Edition (Nintendo 3DS)
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- Covers more Final Fantasy titles than any other: Includes tracks from 25+ games.
- Includes songs and characters from LIGHTNING RETURNS: FINAL FANTASY XIII and FINAL FANTASY XIV.
- All new gameplay modes include Versus Mode and Quest Medley.
- Unlock FINAL FANTASY: Gather Rhythmia to unlock new characters, songs, and collectable cards.
- The ultimate THEATRHYTHM for all Final Fantasy Fans: Featuring 221 tracks and 60+ series characters.
- Limited Edition version includes CD with 5 extra tracks!
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A sequel to the first FINAL FANTASY rhythm action game released in 2012, THEATRHYTHM FINAL FANTASY CURTAIN CALL expands on the original game in every way with new gameplay modes, over 200 songs, and 60 playable characters. Featuring music that spans the breadth of the legendary FINAL FANTASY franchise, players tap along to the memorable beats and harmonies as the adorable, stylised characters battle and quest through their worlds. The music of over 20 titles is brought together in one package, fusing together the moving scores, cinematic visuals, and role-playing elements the series is renowned for.;"Music is an integral part of the FINAL FANTASY experience that serves as a complement to the gameplay," said Ichiro Hazama, producer. "As with the previous title, we envisioned a game where the music takes centre stage and the RPG gameplay enhances that experience. Our fans are definitely in for a treat as they'll be able to re-experience their favourite songs across the entire FINAL FANTASY catalogue."
3DS Disk; Music CD
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The game involves you pressing buttons or tapping the screen depending on which you prefer using. Successfully pressing the buttons with the on-screen prompts means one of the four characters in your party attackign the monster. There are also various rpg elements such as leveling up 4 of the 60 characters available at a time via the experienced gained from completing a song. There are also various throwback to the Final Fantasy series' such as the summons which come out under certain conditions to unleash devastating attacks or various monsters such as Cactuar or Thonberry.
From what I've read there are also two new modes in this game the first being a story mode which involves you going through dungeons which are simply a couple of randomly selected songs with an event occasionally thrown in, which end with a "boss" battle which involve various boss' and primals from the final fantasy series.
The multiplayer mode from what I have played seems to involve playing the game as normal, competing for the highest score.
This game in my opinion is incredibly relaxing and brings back a nostalgic feeling if you have played any of the final fantasy games in the past. There are 221 songs so there's a song for whatever mood your in. This is a more casual game in comparison to traditional rpg's, you can pick up to play for short periods of time or spend a few hours tapping/pressing away. This is my first rhythm based game and I have to say I am impressed of how fun it can be.
This is the second version of TheatRhythm to hit our shelves and comes jam packed full of goodies. Not to say the first wasn't good, on the contrary it's great! I played it for 60+ hrs and every now and than I would still pick up and have a quick blast.
My gaming background covers 90% of the Final Fantasy games released. I own at least 1 version of every numbered series and have completed nearly every one at least once. One of the aspects I absolutely love about the series is the music within the games. I don't just love the music I have bought some of the official and LE soundtracks and have watched Distant Worlds at the London Albert Hall.
Taking this in mind you can see why this would be an entertaining game for me.
The game is much like the first but with a hell of a lot more tracks, 221 to be exact!. The layout of the tracks have been improved and it's now easier to navigate through tracks, you can also place a heart against your favorite tracks and than sort through that way. A Co-Op mode has also been added however I'll come back to that a little later. Airship sections have been added into the field music which are okay but not as good as the normal Field levels.
The game flows a lot better than the first however issues still remain.
On ultimate difficulty I found that sometimes the touch screen doesn't pick up your taps or strokes, this maybe due to the speed and sensitivity, it's an improvement on the first game but seems to sometimes still happen. The other issue is with the EMS, the sections you tap does not seem to be in sync with the music at all.Read more ›
As a final fantasy fan that loves the music from the games, this is perfect for me. And im sure if you've been a final fantasy fan for years, this is perfect for you too :)
On another note - It didnt take too long to arrive and was perfect.
Easy to play, similar to PInky street and taiko.