Theatrhythm Dragon Quest is coming to Japan, and I couldn't be more excited as a Theatrhythm fan. While there is no announcement of a localization yet for the west, Japan is getting it on March 26, in addition to a newly... read
This is the first trailer for Theatrhythm Dragon Quest. Marvel at its majestic beauty. It's a JRPG-shaped swizzle stick here to stir up your emotions. You feel that? Yeah, that's a double shot of nostalgia clinking up against your heart like rocks in a glass. Or something. Feels good, baby. read
Theatrhythm isn't just a Final Fantasy spin-off anymore; it's an established brand, one Square Enix hopes to expand into a full series of rhythm games based on its classic properties.
Theatrhythm Dragon Quest is the nex... read
I hope you're prepared for the end of Theatrhythm Final Fantasy, because according to Square Enix producer Ichiro Hazama, this might be the end, my friend. Speaking to GamesTM magazine, Hazama stated, "What I'v... read
Dale may be very talented, but I'm... also here
As we reported earlier today, Square-Enix is holding a contest to win some fabulous Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call prizes. All you have to do is create a short video of your own musical rendition of the Final Fantasy "Main Theme". I took the opportunity to try to turn this news report into an entry for the contest. I probably won't win. read feature
Square Enix is running a "Legacy of Music" contest for Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call next month in which fans can submit a brief music video of themselves performing the main theme of Final Fantasy. Prizes include a... read
Sequel to the best 3DS rhythm game
Square Enix's follow-up to Theathrythm Final Fantasy has finally been confirmed for release in North America. That's right: Theathrythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call is coming our way sometime this year, priced at $39.99.
We sa... read feature
Excited for Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call? That's a stupid question, of course you are! Well here's 20 minutes of songs from the upcoming game to hold you over until the release.
It's going to have over 200 s... read
Square Enix has updated their site for Theatrhythm: Final Fantasy: Curtain Call, and it contains all of the currently revealed tracks for the game. If you're so inclined, you can head over to the site now, click on a cer... read
Theatrhythm is still one of my favorite games for the 3DS, and probably even my iPhone. It would make sense, given the game's focus on music, that a soundtrack album would have be released, but it's eluded us... until now.Whi... read
I love iOS gaming -- I really do. Over the years, a number of amazing original games have enamored me into playing more and more on the mobile market, and it's allowed a ton of indie devs to flourish with low development cost... read
I adore Theatrhythm's doll-like recreations of iconic Final Fantasy characters. So does pixiv artist Mafen if his portfolio is any indication. Check out our gallery below for Samus, Link, Fire Emblem's Lyndis, and The Space A... read
And I mean literally everyone. We had the chance to speak with Theatrhythm producer Ichiro Hazama here at E3, and after our chat about the game (more on that later), I asked if we could all come together to decide how they ga... read
The first eight of the fifty planned Theatrhythm songs have been released, and I will be buying all of them. This first set of 3DS downloadable content will hit in Japan tomorrow at launch for $2 a song (day one DLC!). Sadly... read
Some new gameplay footage of Theatrhythm Final Fantasy has made its way to the Internet and the game still looks like the most fun Final Fantasy game to come from Square Enix in years.
The selection of gameplay shows o... read
Greetings, viewers! We're back from the weekend with a hangover and a handful of news for ya!Now that Hamza "Harry" Aziz is back from terrorizing those poor Japanese women, we've been blessed with our remaining news from the... read
[Update: According to this post at AndriaSang, Theatrhythm does have a story... sort of. It's something to do with the crystal of rhythm losing its shine, and heroes from various Final Fantasy games trying to fix that by incr... read
As sick as I am of Final Fantasy spin-offs, I must confess that Square Enix has got me this time. I love Final Fantasy music, and I love excuses to turn on my 3DS, so a 3DS rhythm game featuring FF music is pretty much perfec... read
Japan's Jump magazine has revealed yet another Final Fantasy spin-off in the works, this time one that actually sounds interesting. Theatrhythm has a typically stupid Square Enix name, but it sounds like a cool idea, and it'l... read