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Don’t Forget To Download The Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call Demo
If you, like many others, have been patiently waiting for Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call, then don’t forget that you can download a demo for 3DS on the Nintendo eShop right now. It will feature two songs from the titular franchise, which can be played 30 times, per Nintendo’s odd demo model.
Songs included in the demo are J-E-N-O-V-A from the Advent Children offshoot and Edgar and Sabin’s Theme from Final Fantasy VI. In the full release, you’ll have a staggering amount of over 200 songs to play, as well as more than 60 playable characters.
Moreover, the Theatrhythm demo will allow you to unlock more characters from the start, should you get the full release.
Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call is the sequel to a charming spinoff in the series that turns its history into a mix of rhythm game and roleplaying combat. Together with a party made up of characters from throughout the franchise, you set off in a side-scrolling world while music plays.
Your goal is to follow a line and hit certain marks to the beat of the song to progress. Depending on how well you perform, this can trigger special events during your journey.
On your travels, you’ll also meet with monsters. During that time, the party will remain stationary and the lines will be divided among characters on the screen.
Here, you’ll also be able to make use of the summons from the Final Fantasy series. The better you hit your marks, the more you’ll contribute to an end score.
For Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call, there will also be alternate ways to enjoy scenes, such as a moving display during cutscenes.
Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call will come out in North America on September 16 and Europe on September 19, 2014.