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Theatrhythm Final Fantasy

Platform(s): Nintendo 3DS
Genre: Rhythm
Publisher: Square Enix
Release Date: July 3, 2012 (US), July 6, 2012 (EU)

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'Theatrhythm Final Fantasy' (3DS) Details Chaos Shrine Mode - Screens

by Rainier on May 15, 2012 @ 6:26 p.m. PDT

Theatrhythm Final Fantasy is a celebration of the greatest musical moments from the history of the Final Fantasy series.

Square Enix brings more than 70 musical scores spanning 25 years to Theatrhythm Final Fantasy, alongside beautiful new environments and movie scenes from the original games. Theatrhythm Final Fantasy will reawaken the magic and the memories that have brought the series close to the hearts of so many.

Coming as part of the Final Fantasy 25th Anniversary year, the nostalgia-inducing music, addictive rhythm gameplay and charming art style of Theatrhythm Final Fantasy is sure to capture the hearts of Final Fantasy fans old and new.

Chaos Shrine is a game mode unlocked by gaining Rhythmia when clearing songs. In the Chaos Shrine, you can play mysterious music scores called Dark Notes, which are randomly generated combinations of field and battle songs. Players can share Dark Notes via the StreetPass feature or through Nintendo 3DS Local Play.

In the Chaos Shrine, players can unlock new characters, find rare items, and play new songs.


Key Features

  • Choose your heroes! Unite four of your favorite Final Fantasy heroes, and play through your favorite music from the series
  • Tackle unique stage styles! Tap and slide along to the rhythm to adventure and fight through three different stage styles: Field, Battle, and Event
  • Play your way! A wide range of difficulty levels allow beginners and rhythm masters alike to join in the fun
  • Reap the rewards! Complete different stages and level up your characters to unlock new music, movie scenes and more, all of which can be revisited in the “Museum”

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