We told you yesterday that we thought it would be releasing pretty soon. How's one day later?
Theatrhythm: Final Fantasy is now available on the App Store for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. This tappy little music game sports 25 years of Final Fantasy songs, but the iOS version starts you with only 2 scores. You'll have to buy the rest, picking from over 100 songs priced at $0.99 a piece. Song bundles of 4 are priced at $2.99.
Characters? You'll get 13 with the initial app download, which is completely free. Each additional character will cost you $1.99.
Again, this pricing model will hurt if you plan to buy everything, but it's pretty great if you only want a few songs, or plan to spread out purchases.
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