More Theatrhythm DLC for August

Thursday, August 2nd, 2012

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More DLC!

Square Enix officially announced 20 new and additional tracks for Theatrhythm Final Fantasy. Each song sells for $0.99. Will you be downloading them?

 

August 2, 2012:

  • “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 9, 2012:

  • “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” Final Fantasy III

August 16, 2012:

  • “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 23, 2012:

  • “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 30, 2012:

  • “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

 

Twelve tracks have already been added as optional DLC in July.

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[Former Staff] Jared is a recent graduate from Fitchburg State University where he studied communications, video production, and English. He enjoys playing video games, watching anime, writing, and of course pizza. His favorite games are Shadow of the Colossus and Final Fantasy IX, but he can’t possibly choose a favorite anime. Jared enjoys following the games industry and observing what will happen next, and he puts out an invitation for discussion on these topics. He loves a great story in these mediums and prefers a stronger narrative design over most features. Jared is personally responsible for creating and managing the Anime section of the website, and hopes to inspired and entertain with everything he writes.




  • Jared Cyhowski

    The majority of these are great selections but there’s a lack of music from VI, VII, and VIII. There are a number of memorable themes from these games. Although I will admit I haven’t unlocked every song from the game yet, I do have most of them.