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Square Enix’s Final Fantasy–themed 3Ds rhythm game Theatrhythm Final Final Fantasy Curtain Call is coming to North America September 16, the developer announced today.

The sequel to 2012’s Theatrhythm Final Fantasy will be available in two forms: the first a standard $39.99 edition that, if pre-ordered, comes with a five-track CD, the second a 5,000 run Collector’s Edition that, for $69.99, includes the game, a 3DS carrying case, a 20-track CD, and five collectible cards. You can check out the CE’s contents in the picture below.

Theatrhythm Final Final Fantasy Curtain Call only just launched in Japan last month. The original game was met with generally favorable reviews, including from our own Eric. L. Patterson.

 

Theatrhythm Final Final Fantasy Curtain Call coming to North America September 16

By | 06/3/2014 04:10 PM PT

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Square Enix’s Final Fantasy–themed 3Ds rhythm game Theatrhythm Final Final Fantasy Curtain Call is coming to North America September 16, the developer announced today.

The sequel to 2012’s Theatrhythm Final Fantasy will be available in two forms: the first a standard $39.99 edition that, if pre-ordered, comes with a five-track CD, the second a 5,000 run Collector’s Edition that, for $69.99, includes the game, a 3DS carrying case, a 20-track CD, and five collectible cards. You can check out the CE’s contents in the picture below.

Theatrhythm Final Final Fantasy Curtain Call only just launched in Japan last month. The original game was met with generally favorable reviews, including from our own Eric. L. Patterson.

 

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