Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call Shows Off Barret, Edgar, And Many More

By Sato . March 24, 2014 . 12:02am


Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call will feature plenty of new songs and modes and add characters from spinoff titles such as Final Fantasy Type-0. Square Enix haven’t forgotten about the main-numbered titles of the series, as they showcase Final Fantasy VII’s Barret Wallace and many others in their latest update.


Princess Sarah (Final Fantasy I)


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Minwu (Final Fantasy II)


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Cid (Final Fantasy III)


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Kain (Final Fantasy IV)


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Edge (Final Fantasy IV)


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Lenna (Final Fantasy V)


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Galuf (Final Fantasy V)


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Locke (Final Fantasy VI)


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Edgar (Final Fantasy VI)


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Aerith (Final Fantasy VII)


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Barret (Final Fantasy VII)


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We previously reported that Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call will let you summon the Knights of the Round. Here’s a look at a trailer showing them in action:



As you advance through the Battle Music Stages, you’ll be able to cast a summon that has been set to your party leader. By successfully pulling off the summon, you’ll be able to deal massive damage to enemies. The Knights of the Round are shown at the 0:37 mark of the video, followed by the Chocobo summon.


Here’s a closer look at some of the summons, including the Knights of the Round:


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4Gamer also shares details on the new feature called “Collectacard Crystalium”


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By clearing songs and participating in versus battles, you’ll acquire collectable cards. These can then be used to power up your characters. The rarer the cards, the more status upgrades it will provide.


You can set up to 8 cards per character, but the upgrade will be based on probability, so you might want to be careful on whether you’d like to risk using a rare card. Depending on the set of cards you use, you might also get different success rates, so that’ll be another thing to keep in mind.


Finally, here’s another look at the versus mode:


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You can also read more about versus mode in our earlier report.


Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call will be released in Japan on April 24, 2014 for Nintendo 3DS.

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