Theatrhythm was the first 3DS game I bought. I'm super excited for Curtain Call's 200 songs and whatever other additions it has. It's coming out in Japan in April. Hopefully we don't have to wait to much longer, or it's curtains for Square Enix.
Theatrhythm: Final Fantasy was a very nice surprise. After many people had become disenfranchised with the series due to a number of mishaps and weak core entries, Theatrhythm reminded us that Square still had rever...more
Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call has an updated quest mode that allows you to forge on through a world map with new songs, airship flights, and extra items. Square Enix has given us a look at the mode (called Quest Me...more
Square Enix has just sent over word that Europe is getting a demo for Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call. It'll drop on September 4th, and will feature two songs -- "Edgar and Sabin's Theme," and "Those Who Fight."
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...more
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.more
Square Enix has a new trailer out for Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call, and it's decidedly focused on legacy tunes. Billed as the "Legacy of Music Campaign," the developer is kicking off a new series that is aime...more
Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call has added the option to use buttons instead of the stylus. Game producer Ichiro Hazama told us in an interview at E3 today that he was thinking that fans that play 3DS while laying in bed might enjoy this alternative control method. I told him that I think I might be better at it than the stylus method.more
Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call might be on the way overseas eventually, but it's already out in Japan, and they already have some DLC. The first character will be Yuffie, and a number of songs have been added to ...more
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.
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...more
The latest batch of TGS hotness is this The Great Ace Attorney trailer, which details the upcoming early 20th century-based spinoff prequel to Phoenix Wright. It also breaks down what look to be some interesting investigatio...more
If you haven't played one of the kajillion ports of the original Final Fantasy yet, you'll get your chance yet again on the 3DS. In December Final Fantasy Explorers will launch in Japan, which will come with a downl...more
Did you like the Dementium series on the Nintendo DS? Well there's a reason why developer Renegade Kid couldn't create more games in the franchise -- they didn't have the rights. After a long wait, Renegade's Jools Watsh...more