- Platform: Nintendo 3DS
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TheatRhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call (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.
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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."
Top Customer Reviews
The gameplay remains largely untouched from the previous version of the game with the player being required to tap, swipe or hold particular notes as they appear in time with music from the fabled Final Fantasy series. In this updated version the DS face buttons can also be used as an alternative control method as well as a hybrid stylus/button method. Songs are again separated into Field, Battle and Emotional categories which, although remaining very similar to one another in gameplay mechanics, change the way the notes approach the player. In Battle (in my opinion the most difficult category) we have four lanes of notes that rush towards the target zones, in Field we have only one line of notes and the mode is more reliant on hold based moves, and in Emotional we have the target zone moving around the screen instead on being fixed to one location. Anyone who found the first edition of the game too easy will be pleased to know that Curtain Call is much more difficult than its predecessor ; some of the Ultimate songs (which in the last version I found myself confident of beating) offer a stern challenge indeed.
While gampelay remains largely untouched, the presentation of the game has improved tenfold over the previous iteration. Songs are more easily accessible from the get go, displayed in scrollable lists that can be favourited allowing the player to access their most beloved tunes at the press of a button.Read more ›
A new "Quest" system has been put in place, where you would travel through a set group of songs to face a final boss, gaining a good amount of experience as well as crystals which can be used to unlock characters.
If you love any of the final fantasy games (and therefore quite likely its amazing soundtrack) this is a must have, especially for the price.
If you're looking for a brilliant pick-up-and play rhythm game that's both enjoyable and, if you want it to be, challenging then I don't think there's a better choice. You can also spend either 2 minutes or 2 days playing it at a time. Win.
If you're a fan of Final Fantasy like I am then you will love tapping along to all the nostalgic songs from all the old games like FF7. I do find that having to play each song three times in order to get the maximum points however can be a little tedious. The levelling system is just there in the background if you want to pay attention to it you can, but it doesn't make much of a difference to the game.
Overall not the most variety in a game but fun all the same.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great game! The song tracks lack the high polish you would find on the Harmonix rhythm games - sometimes it feels like you're hitting arbitrary buttons rather than playing the... Read morePublished 9 months ago by hjdraper
Kept my son happy for a while so it must if entertained him. He must of finished it quickly or got stuck on it as he wanted a new game 2 weeks later lol.Published 13 months ago by Emma Martin
Excellent game; incredibly improved from the original.
The box language isn't in English for some reason, but the cartridge is PAL so it still works in English.
Many many touching ass, everybody touching ass, SEPHIROTH.
It's fun, addictive, and you should buy the DLC song 'Good King Moggle Mog"
A must have for any FF fan! the selection of music is great and there is lot more content than was expectedPublished 20 months ago by Amazon Customer
If you're a fan of the music of the final fantasy series then this is a great buy, easy to learn but challenging to master. Read morePublished 23 months ago by gadzooks