Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call Has Some Hilarious Passwords

By Ishaan . May 19, 2014 . 11:02am

Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call has an ESRB rating. The game has been rated T (Teen) by the ESRB, with the content descriptors Blood, Fantasy Violence, Mild Language and Mild Suggestive Themes.


Here’s the ESRB’s rating summary for the game:


This is a rhythm-based role-playing game, featuring characters and settings from the Final Fantasy franchise, in which players must save the world by defeating various fantasy creatures. Players engage in rhythm-based battles (matching timed button presses with scrolling indicators) with dragons, goblins, demons, and half-human creatures. Players use pistols, swords, and arrows to attack enemies; battles are accompanied by impact sounds and light effects.


Video clips from Final Fantasy games sometimes depict instances of violence: a figure impaled by a lance; characters shot with arrows and gun-like weapons; blood on the ground and/or characters’ faces and clothing. During the course of the game, some female characters wear outfits that reveal moderate amounts of cleavage. In-game passwords can include suggestive phrases (e.g., “Loves chasing tail,” “Panty shot,” and “Harem party”). The word “a*s” appears in the dialogue.


“Panty shot?” and “ass”? Perhaps that’s why Curtain Call received a T rating instead of an E rating like the original Theatrhythm: Final Fantasy.

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