Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call’s List Of Modern Final Fantasy Tunes

By Spencer . March 25, 2014 . 11:39pm

image The first list of songs from Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call come from Final Fantasy’s golden age. These songs are from Final Fantasy VIII and above plus a few pieces from the Romancing SaGa series.

 

Final Fantasy VIII

Don’t be Afraid (BMS)

Force Your Way (BMS)

The Man with the Machine Gun (BMS)

Maybe I’m a Lion (BMS)

The Extreme (BMS)

Blue Fields (FMS)

Find Your Way (FMS)

Waltz for the Moon (FMS)

Fisherman’s Horizon (FMS)

Ride On (FMS)

The Castle (FMS)

Ending Theme (FMS)

 

Final Fantasy IX

Battle 1 (BMS)

Battle 2 (BMS)

Sword of Fury (BMS)

Festival of the Hunt (BMS)

Something to Protect (BMS)

The Darkness of Eternity (BMS)

The Final Battle (BMS)

Over the Hill (FMS)

Dark City Treno (FMS)

Aboard the Hilda Garde (FMS)

Unforgettable Sorrow (FMS)

Behind the Door (FMS)

Melodies of Life (FMS)

A Place to Call Home (FMS)

 

Final Fantasy X

Battle Theme (BMS)

Fight With Seymour (BMS)

Challenge (BMS)

Otherworld (BMS)

A Contest of Aeons (BMS)

Final Battle (BMS)

To Zanarkand (FMS)

Spira Unplugged (FMS)

Mi’ihen Highroad (FMS)

Movement in Green (FMS)

Suteki Da Ne (FMS)

Launch (FMS)

Servants of the Mountain (FMS)

Someday the Dream Will End (FMS)

 

Final Fantasy XI

Battle Theme (BMS)

FFXI Opening Theme (BMS)

Awakening (BMS)

Fighters of the Crystal (BMS)

Ragnarok (BMS)

Shinryu (BMS)

Vana’diel March (FMS)

Ronfaure (FMS)

Gustaberg (FMS)

Sarutabaruta (FMS)

Heavens Tower (FMS)

Voyager (FMS)

Selbina (FMS)

The Sanctuary of Zi’Tah (FMS)

 

Final Fantasy XII

Final Fantasy ~FFXII Version~ (BMS)

Boss Battle (BMS)

Esper Battle (BMS)

Desperate Fight (BMS)

Clash of Swords (BMS)

The Battle for Freedom (BMS)

Ending Movie (BMS)

The Royal City of Rabanastre / Town Ward Upper Stratum (FMS)

The Dalmasca Eastersand (FMS)

Naivety (FMS)

Giza Plains (FMS)

The Mosphoran Highwaste (FMS)

 

Final Fantasy XIII

Blinded by Light (BMS)

Defiers of Fate (BMS)

Saber’s Edge (BMS)

Desperate Struggle (BMS)

Fighting Fate (BMS)

The Sunleth Waterscape (FMS)

March of the Dreadnoughts (FMS)

The Gapra Whitewood (FMS)

The Archlte Steppe (FMS)

Dust to Dust (FMS)

 

Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn

The Land Breathes (BMS)

Fallen Angel (BMS)

Torn from the Heavens (BMS)

Under the Weight (BMS)

To the Sun (FMS)

On Westerly Winds (FMS)

Serenity (FMS)

Engage (FMS)

Answers (EMS)

 

Romancing SaGa

The Sewers

 

Romancing SaGa 3

Four Demon Nobles Battle 1


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  • Malon

    Dust To Dust, I’m so hyped !
    The whole tracklist looks so greaaaat, I kinda regret buying some DLCs in the first game since it looks like they added them all here.

    • keithmaxx

      Unless they show that the track beat points are different, you’re better off not double dipping into those DLCs.

  • Pyrofrost

    The lack of Wings of the Goddess love for FFXI saddens me, hopefully they will at least put some in the DLC list.

    Other than that, I’m happy with it so far, and I will be looking forward to the game’s Western release.

  • Monterossa

    XIV themes are all the old ones from version 1.X.

    • Crevox

      Not true. Under the Weight is in this, and that’s only in ARR.

  • Crevox

    Under the Weight is in this? That’s the titan battle theme, amazing.

  • 하세요

    Glad Fighters of the Crystal made it back in. Favorite XI song.

  • NintendoPSXTheSecond

    No Good King Moogle Mog? Well, there’s always room for DLC.

    • Wait what

      One of the few pieces of DLC I would buy with no hesitation.

    • http://gentlerobot.com/ Gentle Robot

      I thought the whole point of this game was to bundle the DLC

      • NintendoPSXTheSecond

        Sure you can bundle the original DLC but why not make new DLC for the new game with more songs? Plus FFXIV had no representation in the first Theatrhythm.

  • Taedirk

    Squeenix please, what are you doing? Why is there STILL no Liberi Fatali?

    • zaidandzhadow

      they got away with it, discretly, ohh those pigs

  • fairysun

    Woah, Don’t be Afraid and Force Your Way !!
    Nostalgia !!!

  • Daniel Banks

    Where’s Assault from FFX? :(

  • http://mewisthebest.deviantart.com/ AnotherDeadArtist

    <3
    X3
    Melodies of Life, A Place to Call Home, To Zanarkand, Otherworld, Four Demon Nobles Battle 1, and the list goes on.
    This is so wonderful!

    But still no Liberi Fatali.
    Oh, well, one can still hope. And I'm not complaining looking at this list.

  • SMT

    I’m disappointed from the lack of “Liberi Fatali” (FFVIII) and “You’re Not Alone” (FFIX). Both were in Dissidia 012 (Former as DLC) and are some of the better tracks in the series…

    • http://mewisthebest.deviantart.com/ AnotherDeadArtist

      Oh! I forgot about You’re Not Alone! D:
      Well, I agree with you that they are some of the better tracks in the series, but just because they were in Dissidia 012 is a rather poor argument to throw at Square.
      It should be more like, FANBOY RAGE YOU MUST BRING IT IT IS BLASPHEMOUS TO NOT INCLUDE SUCH MASTERPIECES.

      That’s how it’s done my dear friend. That’s how we argue with Square (sometimes)

      • Eric Rodman

        You’re Not Alone is in. It got left off the this list for some reason. Check here if you don’t believe me. http://www.jp.square-enix.com/t_ffcc/track/ff09/index.html

        • My Little endy

          Oh, thank goodness. That is my absolute favorite Final Fantasy game and song.

          Now, can we just get a NA/EU announcement, Square?

        • http://mewisthebest.deviantart.com/ AnotherDeadArtist

          I’d believe you even without the evidence! But it sure is nice anyway.
          And, YAY~~
          Still hoping for Liberi Fatali though >.>

      • SMT

        I was going to type something like “Well I just assumed that if they were in dissidia it’s because they are some of the more popular tracks so it’s odd that they’re not there”, but then I saw the rest of your post XD
        Well done :)

        And thanks Eric, I’m a little relieved that it’s there, one of the best tracks in what is arguably the best OST in the series (VIII and IX are my favorite and from what I can tell, most people agree and argue on both).

  • Mipu829

    Waltz for the Moon (FMS), Fisherman’s Horizon (FMS), Melodies of Life (FMS), A Place to Call Home, To Zanarkand, Suteki Da Ne. I WANT THIS GAME NOW ;^; Also, might end up getting the PIANO Opera for VIII, IX, X :3

  • Slickyslacker

    A track from SaGa 3? I’m sold.

  • http://www.destructoid.com/blogs/mgbenz mgbenz

    But what about my Ul’dah Night theme? :(

  • Alestaos

    Answers from XIV is great song

  • Altumn

    I doubt they will, but I would love to see “Almighty Bhunivelze” from Lightning Returns, or any more music from that game. The soundtrack is absolutely beautiful!

    • 하세요

      LR songs are added. The demo has the arranged version of Blinded by Light from LR.

      • Altumn

        Well, I think its only Crimson Blitz. I would love more

  • Yan Zhao

    Final Fantasy 8 and up are the golden age of FF? I could’ve sworn it was everything from the SNES and PS1 era, but ok.

    • 하세요

      Nah, as much as many argue that “FF died after VI,” the franchise as a whole didn’t blow up (used positively) until post VII, once 3D was implemented.

      • Yan Zhao

        Ironically thats precisely why FF is failing now. All graphic and bad game/world design.

  • CirnoLakes

    I really like how Final Fantasy XI and Final Fantasy XIV are both on that list. I really appreciate how Final Fantasy Online games are being connected to their offline console games.

    For instance, I’ve always really appreciated how they have Shantotto, one of my favourite Final Fantasy characters, in the Dissidia games. And how there are so many nods in Final Fantasy XIV connecting it to the other games. It really shows how Final Fantasy Online games are every bit a much Final Fantasy games as any other games, and that Square Enix think of them as Final Fantasy games as much as their offline games.

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