(Japan) Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call Partial Tracklist Revealed

Tuesday, March 11th, 2014

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Square Enix has released a partial tracklist for the upcoming Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call. A good number of tracks from the first will make a reappearance in the sequel, along with a number of new songs. Take a look:

Final Fantasy

  • Battle Scene (BMS)
  • Mini-Boss Battle (BMS)
  • Last Battle (BMS)
  • Main Theme (FMS)
  • Cornelia Castle (FMS)
  • Opening Theme (FMS)
  • Matoya’s Cave (FMS)
  • Gurgu Volcano (FMS)
  • Airship (FMS)
  • Ocean Floor Temple (FMS)

Final Fantasy II

  • Battle Scene 1 (BMS)
  • Rebel Army Theme (BMS)
  • Battle Scene 2 (BMS)
  • Main Theme (FMS)
  • Town (FMS)
  • Dungeon (FMS)
  • Magician’s Tower (FMS)
  • Finale (FMS)

Final Fantasy III

  • Battle 1 (BMS)
  • Battle 2 (BMS)
  • The Final Battle (BMS)
  • The Cave Where the Crystal Lies (FMS)
  • Eternal Wind (FMS)
  • The Boundless Ocean (FMS)
  • The Maiden of Water Elia (FMS)
  • Dorga and Unne’s Mansion (FMS)
  • Crystal Tower (FMS)

Final Fantasy IV

  • Battle 1 (BMS)
  • Battle 2 (BMS)
  • Golbez, Clad in Darkness (BMS)
  • The Final Battle (BMS)
  • The Red Wings (FMS)
  • Theme of Love (FMS)
  • Main Theme of Final Fantasy IV (FMS)
  • Troian Beauty (FMS)
  • Tower of Zot (FMS)
  • Airship (FMS)
  • Within the Giant (FMS)

Final Fantasy V

  • Main Theme of Final Fantasy V (BMS)
  • Battle 1 (BMS)
  • Clash on the Big Bridge (BMS)
  • The Decisive Battle (BMS)
  • The Final Battle (BMS)
  • Four Hearts (FMS)
  • Harvest (FMS)
  • Home Sweet Home (FMS)
  • Mambo de Chocobo (FMS)
  • Airship (FMS)
  • A New World (FMS)
  • In Search of Light (FMS)

Final Fantasy VI

  • Battle (BMS)
  • The Decisive Battle (BMS)
  • Battle to the Death (BMS)
  • Dancing Mad (BMS)
  • Terra’s Theme (FMS)
  • Edgar and Sabin’s Theme (FMS)
  • Celes’s Theme (FMS)
  • The Airship Blackjack (FMS)
  • Searching for Friends (FMS)
  • Kefka’s Tower (FMS)

Final Fantasy VII

  • Let the Battles Begin (BMS)
  • Fight On! (BMS)
  • J-E-N-O-V-A (BMS)
  • One Winged Angel (BMS)
  • Main Theme of Final Fantasy VII (FMS)
  • Golden Saucer (FMS)
  • Cosmo Canyon (FMS)
  • The Highwind Takes to the Skies (FMS)
  • Judgment Day (FMS)

The original Theatrhythm Final Fantasy only included music from the mainline numbered Final Fantasy games up to Final Fantasy XIII. Curtain Call broadens its reach to Final Fantasy XIV, along with various spin-offs, like Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII, Final Fantasy Type-0, and the two sequels to Final Fantasy XIII, among others.

Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call will be released in Japan April 24.

SOURCE via Siliconera

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