Theatrhythm: Curtain Call Shows Us Its Final Fantasy Type-0 Characters And More

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In addition to having plenty of songs and characters from main-numbered Final Fantasy games, Theatrythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call will also include characters from Final Fantasy Type-0. Square Enix gives us a closer look at the two characters, and more, in their latest update on the game. First up, though, are new features in this game.



As far as gameplay goes, Theatrhythm: Curtain Call will be similar to the first game, with the addition of some new features. The above video gives us a look at some of the newly added features for Curtain Call. While selecting songs, you now have a “random” option, in case you’re feeling indecisive. tracks can also be sorted according to the games, and names, so you won’t have to go through all 200+ tracks to find your favorite songs.


Speaking of favorite songs, you’ll be able to find them even easier by clicking the heart marks for your favorite tracks. There’s also a quick-start feature that allows you to jump right into a song at the data select screen.


Additionally, the field-music stages will have special airship versions, where you’ll see the airship like Cid’s Highwind from Final Fantasy VII flying in the background.


Above are Final Fantasy Type-0 characters Machina Kunagiri and Rem Tokimiya.


In addition to the main series of games, Final Fantasy Type-0 and Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn will also have special scenes featured along with their tracks.


Finally, here’s a look at some of the enemies you’ll be facing in the game, including Reno from the Turks:


Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call is slated for release on April 24th, 2014 for Nintendo 3DS in Japan.

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