Tag Archives: Final Fantasy: Theatrhythm
Tue, Feb 07, 2012 | 21:11 GMT
According to Siliconera, Square Enix’s celebratory rhythm action RPG Theatrhythm: Final Fantasy will have co-operative multiplayer. You can invite up to three friends to the Chaos Temple to take on legendary bosses from the series, including Ultima Weapon, Omega Weapon and Shinryu. You’ll gain experience for your party and snaffle rare items while tapping along to Song of Darkness. The 3DS exclusive pulls together characters, enemies and settings from acorss the Final Fantasy franchise’s catalogue, and hits Japan on February 16. No western release has been confirmed. It will be one of the first to utilise the Nintendo Network with premium DLC offerings.
Wed, Sep 14, 2011 | 21:15 BST
Below the break you will find more coverage than a bacon bikini.
Tue, Aug 09, 2011 | 08:30 BST
Square Enix has announced, via way of this week’s Dengeki magazine, it’s bringing Kingdom Hearts: Dream Drop Distance and Theatrhtrhm: Final Fantasy for 3DS to Tokyo Game Show. Final Fantasy XIII-2 and Final Fantasy Type-0 will also be on the show. All of the games mentioned will be playable in an Open Theater SE is bringing to the show. As already noted this morning, there will be no Final Fantasy Versus XIII, though.
Mon, Jul 11, 2011 | 11:51 BST
Square Enix has properly lifted the lid on Theatrhythm: Final Fantasy for 3DS, the rhythm game that was announced last week by the company. We don’t really know what it’s all about, although will feature characters from past FF games in Chibi form and songs from FFVI, VII, X and XIII also in the game. We’ll just point you towards Andriasang for info and screens. There doesn’t seem to be a date for it yet in Japan.
Thu, Jul 07, 2011 | 13:26 BST
It’s Thursday, which means you’ve nearly passed the finishing line. You’re not there yet, but you’ve almost done it. Hang in there and read these shorts.
Wed, Jul 06, 2011 | 06:42 BST
Let’s play a quick game. Read the following sentences, and try to spot the exact point where all known sanity flees the scene screaming. First, a portable rhythm game. Second, a portable Final Fantasy rhythm game. Third, a portable Final Fantasy rhythm game called “Theatrhythm.”
Give up? It was all a trick. In a Shyamalanian twist, sanity was dead all along.