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Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call - Limited Edition
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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, and 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 go head-to-head in screen-tapping action, and Quest Medley, where players customize a party of their favorite characters to take into 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.
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Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call Takes the Stage
A sequel to the first final fantasy rhythm action game released in 2012, Theatrythm final fantasy curtain call expands on the original in every way with new gameplay modes, over 200 songs, and 60 playable characters. Featuring music that spans the full breadth of the storied final fantasy franchise, players tap along to the memorable beats and harmonies as the adorable, stylized characters battle and quest through their worlds. The music of over 20 titles is brought together in one package, fusing together the moving scores, cinematic visuals, and role-playing elements the series is known for.
- 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.
Three Unique Play Modes
All new Versus Mode where players can go head-to-head in screen-tapping action.
All new Quest Mode where players customize a party of their favorite characters to take across fields and into dungeons for music-based battles against series bosses.
Classic Battle Mode that made the first Theatrhythm so great!
Top Customer Reviews
The layout is a bit different than the first game. When you choose your party, you are able to play music where that character is originally from, unlike the first game where you can choose music from any of the Final Fantasy games. Also, there are more music notes to choose from this time around.
The game is essentially the same as the first. If you never played the first game, do yourself a favor and play this game since it includes everything from the first game (including the DLC music). If you played the original, then this game offers new music for you to experience.
I wasn't sure what to expect when ordering this game. I read the reviews on the original Theatrhythm which we everything praising. However, same was said about Dissidea and I just didn't take to it. But after finishing the tutorial, and choosing my 4 characters, I instantly was delighted to have bought it.
Your choice of the 4 characters will determine which 4 albums will be initially unlocked. The albums will correspond with what the characters you chosen game which they came from. Typically, players will pick ones they're familiar. Never fear, a few clears of some songs and you will unlock ALL the game albums. :) And there is so many. I figured that FF 1 through 14 will be present, as well as the sequels to X and XIII. But when Tactics, Mystic Quest, Crystal Chronicles and Type-0 popped up, I nearly dropped my 3DS. I was so stoked! Like a kid in a candy store. I immediately went to playing through all the timely favorites and before I knew it was unlocking new characters, modes of play, bonuses, settings, cinematic scores, and much more. This game rewards you the more you play. The better you play, the more you will be rewarded.
The learning curve isn't steep. But there is a skill gap between Beginner and Regular (they have different names for these difficulties, but I have been focusing on beginner first).
The music is outstanding! As with FF games, it usually is.Read more ›
Not only do you have about 200 more songs to play, and even more characters to play them with, but you also have more game features, such as the Quest Medley. Much like a classic Super Mario Bros overworld map, Quest Medley is the new challenge run, replacing Chaos Shrine, and allows you to take your own path to get to the end. By beating a round, you are also rewarded not one, but a few colored shards that will unlock one character of your choice that is in that colored group. And when you beat it, you also get the Quest Map, which you can attach to your profile card--so if you have StreetPass active and walk by someone who has the game, you share that Map for them to play.
And not only that, but they greatly improved the Vs. Mode. Not only does it include the original Local Play, but also Online, and a Battle AI Mode. The Battle AI Mode is basically like any Super Smash Bros Practice round, where you can play the computer to get use to the game play of competing with others, even if you have no one to actually play with. The only downside to the Vs. Mode is the EX ailments, where as you play, the course of the game will get a bit more challenging, putting different ailments on you such as Poison--which you get hurt by UNLESS you hit a Critical, or Confusion--which messes with the visual timing of when to hit the right notes. If you know the songs well enough, it won't be too big of a problem, the only issue is if you wanted to play a friend without said mode.Read more ›
Game Mechanics: As for more specific changes pertaining to the first game, they are almost all improvements. Graphics are slightly better all around, with some particularly nice rainbow effects on the top screen. The RPG mechanics of your party have been overhauled with new skills, higher stat caps, and a permanent-stat-boosting crafting system using collecticards. In the first game, cards were purely decorative. You can also reset characters from lv99 back to lv1 in exchange for a permanent increase in CP, up to 99, and the base stat caps were all increased from 255 to 999. There are new stats corresponding to physical and magical defense. Most importantly, the "Stoic Bonus" mechanic has been removed. You can now earn 9999999s and still keep your skills equipped. There are no longer two separate paths to critical chart in every song, it is now one path and you don't have to double-grind every song anymore. If you put serious time into the first game like me, these are all major improvements. Lastly, many long songs that were truncated in the first game are much longer in this one, with special mention to "One Winged-Angel" and "Fight With Seymour".Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This game is extraordinarily fun. The controls are simple, and there are various difficulty levels for people of all skill levels. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Taylor Rioux
perfect for any final fantasy fan!! it's a fun, relaxing game.Published 10 days ago by Amazon Customer
I feel like this is one of the better sequels that I've played. The game, I feel, corrected some of the issues that it had in the first series. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Zio
This is one of the few games I actually bought every last bit of dlc for. I honestly wish it had more. Here's wishing kingdom Hearts music is in the next theatrhythm game :DPublished 3 months ago by David P.
Pretty good game. I like the fact that there is more to do in this game.Published 4 months ago by Joanna Swank
One of my most played games! I prefer the buttons control than the stylus!!Published 7 months ago by Hops07