Tag Archives: Theatrhythm: Final Fantasy
Fri, Feb 24, 2012 | 08:35 GMT
3DS’s Theatrhythm Final Fantasy’s 70,000 sales in the game’s first week on sale in Japan may seem low for a Final Fantasy game, but Dengeki’s reporting the figure is 90% sell-through.
Tue, Feb 14, 2012 | 16:20 GMT
Theatrhythm: Final Fantasy, the debut title from producer Ichiro Hazama, was originally designed for release on DS but due to hardware limitations, the game’s production was held back. Speaking in the the latest edition of Iwata Asks, Hazama said the idea for the title came after he finished work on the Final Fantasy movie Advent Children, and with the release of 3DS, a handheld with the storage capacity and power was finally available to bring his ideas to fruition. Thus he went to Indies Zero to finalize his plans for the game, and after getting the all-clear from Tetsuya Nomura, work on the game started that very day. In order to get fans involved, Hazama said Square sent out fan surveys sent, and the 70 songs contained in the game are a direct result of said surveys. The more you know, etcetera. The rhythm-action game, which contains four-player co-op, will land on 3DS February 16. A western release has yet to be confirmed.
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.
Sat, Jan 21, 2012 | 20:48 GMT
Some leaked boxart for Theatrhythm: Final Fantasy shows that the game will contain paid download content, as well as support something called “Nintendo Network”. The dummy art, which first popped up on NeoGAF, shows that the game, as promised, will have DLC released for it but it looks like it will cost you according to the fine print. The game launches on 3DS in Japan on February 16, which would make it the first game to have paid DLC on the system. Likely, Nintendo will announce something pertaining to “Nintendo Network” sometime between now and then, still, we’ll send a mail. Thanks, Andriasang.
Mon, Dec 19, 2011 | 20:19 GMT
While Square Enix fans are still marveling over the fact that Squeenix was able to come up with a more bizarre title than Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days, the company is forging ahead with Theatrhythm Final Fantasy. Bizarre even by Final Fantasy standards, this Theatrhythm trailer shows off more of those sweet chibi versions of all your favorite FF characters battling with the power of music. More »
Tue, Nov 15, 2011 | 09:59 GMT
Mon, Nov 14, 2011 | 05:32 GMT
A number of favourite characters have been revealed for Square Enix’s upcoming RPG rhythm hybrid, Theatrhythm Final Fantasy.
Mon, Sep 12, 2011 | 14:46 BST
Square Enix has released the first trailer of Theatrhythm Final Fantasy ahead of TGS this week. The game – a rhythm-based title in the series based on music from past FF installments -is set to make its first public debut at the show later this week. There’s a taste of FFXIII as well if you’re spotting for anything recent.
Get the video below, via Andriasang. No date yet, but it’ll be on 3DS.