Theatrhythm Final Fantasy screens & info


Premise

In the meanwhile, here’s the game’s prologue, in case you were wondering how Square Enix has managed to cram a rhythm game into the Final Fantasy universe.

Apparently, the space between the gods Chaos and Cosmos is known as “Rhythm.” “Rhythm” gives birth to the crystal which controls music, and fills the world with sound. However, the forces of chaos have disrupted the peace, and the crystal has begin to lose its shine. To restore the crystal’s shine, the music wave “Rizpo” must be increased. And so, the warriors, guided by the crystal, begin their journey of music


Gameplay Info

You’ll be able to select a title, from Final Fantasy 1 through Final Fantasy XIII. Each title has three stages: “field,” “battle” and “event.” Each of these stages has different different gameplay systems. You can also select difficulty, making the game suitable for beginners and rhythm masters alike, Square Enix says.

The game is played as a party of four characters. The main characters from the past FF games will appear in deformed style, and you’ll get to form a party of four from the cast. Square Enix has not provided a list of characters, but you can already see a few in the screens and at the official site.

Joining the rhythm gameplay, the game has character growth and collection aspects. When you clear a stage, your character will level up, although Square Enix did not say what getting a level up means in the context of a rhythm game. The collection aspects involve collecting music and movie scenes.

On the music front, the game will have major songs from the numbered FF games. Specific songs mentioned by Square Enix include Clash on the Big Bridge (Final Fantasy V), One Winged Angel (Final Fantasy VII), At Zanarkand (Final Fantasy X) and The Sunleth Waterscape (Final Fantasy XIII). And, of course, the main FF theme

Sounds like a really fun game. I really do enjoy music/rhythm games, so I am definitely looking forward to this. Now if only we could hurry up and get release dates. The game has already been trademarked in North America & Europe, so we are just waiting for Square-Enix to make an official announcement. Can’t wait to play this game!

Source: Andriasang

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I am a huge Nintendo fan, but I also own a PS3. I love video games, anime, music, movies, and the internet! The 3DS is really awesome and I'm looking forward to playing more fun and unique games in the future.

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