Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call
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- New content takes center stage - Includes songs and characters from recent releases including LIGHTNING RETURNS: FINAL FANTASY XIII and FINAL FANTASY XIV: A Realm Reborn, to classic fan favorites such as FINAL FANTASY TACTICS and FINAL FANTASY VII: ADVENT CHILDREN. More ways to play: All new gameplay modes include Versus Mode where players can go head-to-head in screen-tapping action, as well as Quest Medley, where players customize a party of their favorite characters to take across fields and into dungeons for music-based battles against series bosses. Unlock FINAL FANTASY: Gather Rhythmia to unlock new characters, songs, and collectible cards, which can be used in the all new Collecta Crystarium to power up your characters’ stats
- More ways to play - New gameplay modes include Versus Mode where players can go head-to-head in screen-tapping action, as well as Quest Medley, where players customize a party of their favorite characters to take across fields and into dungeons for music-based battles
- Unlock FINAL FANTASY - Gather Rhythmia to unlock new characters, songs, and collectible cards, which can be used in the all new Collecta Crystarium to power up your characters’ stats
Reliving the Final Fantasy Moments through Music:
Final Fantasy enthusiasts get a different kind of treat with the release of Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call! This rhythm game is a sequel to the Theatrhythm Final Fantasy that features miniature versions of famous Final Fantasy characters and iconic music from throughout the franchise.
To the Tune of Nostalgia:
Control four of over 60 rendered characters - including Yuna, Ramza, Zack, and Barret's game debut. Select a title from the Final Fantasy franchise and enjoy over 200 playable tracks. Increase your tapping speed and precision by clearing each stage of the game and unlocking even more music and movie scenes! Reexperience your favorite Final Fantasy moments through the music that brought the games to life!
|Official Release Date||Sep 16, 2014|
|Genre||Music & Party|
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This games has a lot of the best musics from the original series and even the spinoffs, i'm having a lot of fun playing through all of the songs in all of the difficulties.
I loved playing the first one. So I got this wanting in high hopes it would be great. I was not disappointed. More music choices and more characters and enemies. Everything from the first was enhanced and perfected. I see myself playing this for a very long time.
If you liked the first one, the second one is even better! More music, more characters, easier to equip abilities, maps to makes it feel more like an RPG, and battle your friends! It's a shame it kinda makes the first one obsolete. So, if you want to try it out, the second one is the one to buy!
If you like rhythm games and is a fan of the FF series, this one is a must have
Nice compilation of nostalgia
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