Theatrhythm: Final Fantasy has three types of sections: Fields, Battles and Events, each with their own play style. In the more relaxed Field mode, you’ll hear music from the fields, towns and dungeons of the series’ games:
Battle mode is a little busier, and you’ll move up to controlling and coordinating a four-man party:
And finally, a look at the game’s menus:
Characters in Theatrhythm: Final Fantasy level up using “Rizupo” (rhythm points). Tetsuya Nomura is overseeing the game as its creative producer, while Retro Game Challenge developer, IndiesZero, handle development. It’s slated for release sometime this winter on the Nintendo 3DS.