E3 2014: New Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call Trailer

Tuesday, June 10th, 2014

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Continuing their onslaught of trailer releases for E3, Nintendo has released a brand new trailer for Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call.

While it shows off the basic modes we fell in love with in the first installment of Theatrhythm, this new trailer also shows off a few more. There will be a new Quest Medley Mode which features multiple routes for the player to take, which will allow them to play different songs. Also added is a brand new versus mode were players can compete for the best score.

Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call | oprainfall

The trailer also touts that Theatrhythm will have 221 songs and over 60 characters. How many of these are DLC is still unknown.

The game will hit American shores on September 16, 2014 and is currently retailing at $39.99 USD.

Watch the trailer here:

See any of your favorite Final Fantasy characters in the trailer that weren’t in the first one? Let us know in the comments!

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You can preorder the game from Amazon below:

About Antonin Kořenek

Antonin has been playing video games since before he could read. Once he did, he fell in love with their stories and worlds. He spends most of his gaming time with either story-based or strategy games. As an aspiring novelist, he blames games like Earthbound and Final Fantasy Tactics for getting him started. Antonin graduated from Wayne State University in Detroit, MI with a degree in English Literature. When not gaming, he can be found reading, obsessing over something on Twitter, or researching strange folklore.