Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call Trademarked

Tuesday, September 3rd, 2013

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Theatrhythm Final Fantasy, Square Enix’s rhythm game featuring musical fare from Final Fantasies past and present, surprised many with its catchy tunes and easy-to-get-into gameplay last year on the 3DS and iOS devices. And for any of you Final Fantasy music buffs out there, more could be coming.

“What makes you say that?” one may ask. “Well, you curious little fella, I’ll tell you!” I would reply. Last week, Square Enix acquired a United States trademark for “Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call.” The trademark is associated with several categories, including “computer game software; video game software; sound recordings in the form of optical discs, magnetic discs and semiconductor ROMs all featuring music and fictional stories; audio visual recordings in the form of optical discs, magnetic discs and semiconductor ROMs all featuring music and animated fictional stories; prerecorded compact discs featuring music; prerecorded video discs featuring music and animated fictional stories”—in simple terms, a music-oriented video game.

Theatrhythm Final Fantasy | Gameplay

Other than this trademark, no other information regarding Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call was released. As soon as more information becomes available, you can count on us to get it out to all of you.

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About Arik Yates

Former Contributor- Arik (yes, it's with an "A") is an aspiring video game journalist and professional monster hunter. He joined Operation Rainfall in January of 2013 and has been following since the Xenoblade days. His gaming obsessions include Uncharted, Secret of Mana, Chrono Trigger, No More Heroes, and Bioshock.