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Theatrhythm Curtain Call continues to ignore its Final Fantasy prefix by adding The World Ends with You music as part of the latest DLC batch. "Twister," the 2007 JRPG's theme song , and "Calling" are two of six new tracks available now in the 3DS rhythm game.

As per the Shibuya-infused DS game, Twister is a Battle Music Sequence in Curtain Call while background tune Calling is a Field Music Sequence. The three other new BMS tunes are "Liberi Fatali" from Final Fantasy 8, "Final Confrontation" from Romancing SaGa 3, and "World Revolution" from Chrono Trigger. The sixth song and second FMS is "Wind Scene," also from Chrono Trigger. All six DLC songs are priced 99 cents (£0.89/€0.99).

To remind yourself of TWEWY's J-pop music - your humble author would argue it's one of the best soundtracks you'll find on the DS - do the Twister again below the break. By the way, don't think the Curtain Call DLC train is stopping just yet. According to Square Enix, the game's next dollop of add-ons is planned to arrive on February 19.


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SQUARE ENIX® announced today all new add-on tracks available for North American fans of THEATRHYTHM FINAL FANTASY CURTAIN CALL™. The update adds to the growing library of fan favorites from Square Enix titles such as CHRONO TRIGGER® and FINAL FANTASY® VIII, and also allows fans to play popular tracks from THE WORLD ENDS WITH YOU® for the first time. Each track will be priced at $0.99.

Available Today:
Battle Music Sequence (BMS)
"Liberi Fatali" (FINAL FANTASY VIII)
"Final Confrontation" (Romancing SaGa® 3)
"World Revolution" (CHRONO TRIGGER)
"Twister" (THE WORLD ENDS WITH YOU)

Field Music Sequence (FMS)
"Wind Scene" (CHRONO TRIGGER)
"Calling" (THE WORLD ENDS WITH YOU)

More add-on tracks are planned to arrive on February 19, 2015.

THEATRHYTHM FINAL FANTASY CURTAIN CALL is available for $39.99 exclusively for the Nintendo 3DS™ system. The game is rated T (Teen). Fans can download a demo of the game from the Nintendo eShop on Nintendo 3DS™. Please visit the Entertainment Software Rating Board (ESRB) website at www.esrb.org for more information about ratings.

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