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The Japanese box art for Theatrhythm: Final Fantasy, spotted in the wild by Twitter user joshua_x_ (probably on a retail poster) notes that the game features downloadable content, and, in fine print, that this downloadable content is paid. If you were wondering which game would be the first to sup...

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January 20, 2012 at 3:00PM
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Theatrhythm: Final Fantasy, Square Enix's cutesy Final Fantasy omnibus music game, will arrive in Japan on February 16, the company announced today. There has yet to be an announcement of a release for the 3DS game outside of Japan. Considering the criticism Theatrhythm has received for lookin...

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It should come as no surprise that Theatrhythm: Final Fantasy, which features music from throughout the series, also features more characters for your onscreen party, drawn from a variety of Final Fantasies. It's even less surprising that Final Fantasy VII's iconic, dead Aeris would be among thos...

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To help explain how the different modes in Theatrhythm: Final Fantasy work, Square Enix posted three new gameplay videos to its site, each showing one of the three gameplay modes: event, battle, and field. YouTube user FinalandMedia then compiled them into a single embeddable video. Check it...

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People give Square Enix trouble for Theatrhythm: Final Fantasy, saying that the graphics are too simple and the gameplay too limited for a retail 3DS game. To those people, I say whatever. Well, I might (conditionally) agree on the second point. But mostly, whatever. Even if it is a simple imp...

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Square Enix is known for making games that use their platforms to the highest possible graphical potential, often redefining what gaming hardware is visually capable of. In this fairly low-quality YouTube clip, Theatrhythm: Final Fantasy looks ... well, it it has Moogles, and that ain't nothing...

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We've interacted with the world of Final Fantasy in so many ways. We've stabbed guys, changed outfits, even made Chocobos have sex with each other, but we're still waiting on the Final Fantasy game where battles are conducted by rhythmically tapping on the screen along with prompts. (Actually, th...

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