Theatrhythm: Final Fantasy continues to roll

Fans of Square Enix’s rhythm game for the Nintendo 3DS, Theatrhythm: Final Fantasy, will be happy to note that the game will be getting continued weekly support throughout the month of August (starting last week). Theatrhythm is the first 3DS title to feature downloadable content and Square Enix is doing the title a great service by sticking to a weekly schedule. The game released to critical praise and fans really seem to be enjoying the Final Fantasy themed beat matcher. More than a few of our staff here at Vagary have been singing the game’s praises and continued support of the title makes it just that much easier to recommend.

While the DLC offerings for August (listed below) are noticeably missing tracks from fan favorite titles IV, VI, VII, and VIII, this fuels hope that come September we’ll get another batch of content for the game.

August 2nd

“Movement in Green” from Final Fantasy X
“March of the Dreadnoughts” from Final Fantasy XIII
“Gustaberg” from Final Fantasy XI
“The Crystal Tower” from Final Fantasy III

August 9th

“Battle Theme” from Final Fantasy X
“The Dalmasca Estersand” from Final Fantasy XII
“The Darkness of Eternity” from Final Fantasy IX
“This is the Last Battle” from Final Fantasy III

August 16th

“Challenge” from Final Fantasy X
“Desperate Fight” from Final Fantasy XII
“Battle 2” from Final Fantasy IX
“The Final Battle” from Final Fantasy V

August 23rd

“Otherworld” from Final Fantasy X
“The Royal City of Rabanastre / Town Ward Upper Stratum” from Final Fantasy XII
“The Final Battle” from Final Fantasy IX
“Battle 1” from Final Fantasy V

August 30th

“Final Battle” from Final Fantasy X
“Boss Battle” from Final Fantasy XII
“Dark City Treno” from Final Fantasy IX
“The Decisive Battle” from Final Fantasy V

All tracks will sell for 99 cents USD and can be purchased from the in game store.

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Author: Chris Scott View all posts by
Chris is the Reviews Editor here at Vagary as well as the co-host of The Perfectly Sane Show and the Movie Dudes podcast.He is long time gamer and film fan that also happens to be full of opinions and a desire to share them with others, even if you don't want to hear them.