Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call’s “Daily Feature” Lets You Score More Points

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In addition to having over 200 songs and more than 60 characters, Theathrythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call will also include a versus mode along with the return of “Quest Medley mode,” where you’ll be taking on various quests to add more Final Fantasy allies to your group. Beyond that, week’s Famitsu magazine shares a few more detail on the game.


The new “Critical Hit Trigger” can be used to perform a critical hit for more damage against enemies, Famitsu reports. Hitting it can also give you a chance of acquiring items.


There’s also a new “Daily Feature” track that will show a new track every day. Clearing the daily feature track will give you x1.5 the average Rhythm Points. You can also acquire more Rhythm Points by clearing stages without missing. These points can then be used to add bonuses to selected characters.


The EX Burst Gauge gets filled by hitting the notes on beat. Once it’s full, you’ll be able to from nine different EX Burst skills that can be used to put your versus opponent in a disadvantageous position. One if these skills is Stoic Judge, where you’ll make all of your opponents’ notes be ruled as “bad,” except for their critical notes. Ouch!


Additionally, if you happen to run into a Fat Chocobo, consider yourself lucky! They’ll be appearing at random and will hook you up with all kinds of different treasures.


Famitsu also says that the Museum feature that displayed various records, music, videos, and “CollectaCards,” will be back in Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call. This time, there will be more cards to collect, and they’ll all have their own rarity ranks.


Finally, there will be short, medium, and long quests, where you’ll be taking on different maps and fighting bosses in Quest Medley mode. You’ll be rewarded for defeating bosses, and completed maps can also be shared with other players through StreetPass.


Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call will be released in Japan on April 24th for Nintendo 3DS in Japan. A western release for the game has not yet been confirmed.

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