Theatrhythm closes its second performance with final DLC

Theatrhythm closes its second performance with final DLC

Square Enix has released the final batch of DLC for Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call.

The last addition to the “second performance” phase of post-launch DLC adds tracks from Chrono Trigger and Final Fantasy X2, though there’s also a track there from the sorely underrated last-gen RPG, Nier as well as a track from Seiken Densetsu 3 (known in the West as Legend of Mana) which our resident Mana fan Taylor will be pleased to know – he gushed about Legend of Mana in a recent article. The tracks are available to download now from Nintendo’s 3DS eshop. Each one will set you back $0.99/ £0.89/ €0.99.

A couple of tracks are also being made available to download for free until April 1st. After the free period, they’ll revert to the standard pricing as other DLC for the game. Those tracks are “Struggle to the Death” from Final Fantasy Legend II, and “Devil Lord Confrontation II” from Romancing SaGa 3.

The full list of tracks released today is as follows:

Battle Music Sequence (BMS)

  • “Real Emotion” (Final Fantasy X-2)
  • “Boss Battle 2” (Chrono Trigger)
  • “Shadowlord” (Nier)

Field Music Sequence (FMS)

  • “Corridors of Time” (Chrono Trigger)
  • “Meridian Child” (Seiken Densetsu 3)
  • “Birds in the Sky, Fish in the River” (Live A Live)

Shehzaan Abdullah reviewed Curtain Call  for Continue Play, awarding it 5/10. Despite his love of all things Final Fantasy, he wasn’t too enamored by Curtain Call – finding the sequel to be little more than a retread of the previous game.

“Who is Curtain Call for?”, he asked in his Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call review. “Certainly not dedicated rhythm junkies – it doesn’t hold the long-term appeal or challenge for them. And not for Final Fantasy fans, as the original Theatrhythm has them covered (albeit with a slimmer track list).”

Still, it’s a decent game if you didn’t get around to playing the first game in the series; and for music fans, there’s no denying that the game provides a lot of fan service.

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