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Square Enix producer wants Theatrhythm to become a series

12:30 PM on 07.03.2012

Dale North

Former Dtoid EIC

Theathrythm Final Fantasy game producer Ichiro Hazama told Silconera in an interview that he would like continue making the same type of themed rhythm game as a series. 

"Personally, I hope this will become a series, but Theatrhythm Hitman will probably be really far off."

That would be the worst game ever. But Theatrhythm Dragon Quest? Yes, please!

Hazama continues: "There are many series that I would want to work on for Theatrhythm. Dragon Quest has a lot of music and Kingdom Hearts would be wonderful to do if it’s possible. I’m not to familiar with the Eidos collection, but Tomb Raider has a long history so it must have a great collection of songs. That might be fun."

Yes! Do a Kingdom Hearts one, too. I don't know about the Tomb Raider one, though. 

The rest of the interview over at Siliconera is a great read as it goes into some of the song and character choices.

Theatrhythm Final Fantasy is available today for the Nintendo 3DS.

Square-Enix hopes to turn Theatrhythm Final Fantasy into a series [Go Nintendo]

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