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Theatrhythm Final Fantasy sequel brings RPG rhythm action back to 3DS

Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call features more than 200 songs and 60 characters.

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The sequel to Final Fantasy music game Theatrhythm, Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call, is coming to the 3DS in North America later this year, Square Enix has announced.

Much like its predecessor, Curtain Call has players tapping along to songs made famous by Final Fantasy games from throughout the series. 221 songs in all are included, including tracks from Final Fantasy Tactics and animated film Advent Children right up to the most recent games in the franchise, Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn and Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII.

More than 60 playable characters, also from a variety of past Final Fantasy games, are featured as well. These include the likes of Final Fantasy VII's Barret, Crisis Core's Zack, and Final Fantasy X-2's Yuna, as well as lesser-known characters such as spin-off Final Fantasy Mystic Quest's Benjamin.

Curtain Call offers a competitive head-to-head mode for battling other players in addition to a Quest Medley mode that allow players to choose their path through "unique" quests of varying lengths. As they make their way through the game, players will collect cards that can in turn be used to boost characters' stats.

Square Enix didn't provide a specific release date for Curtain Call, only saying it will be available "later this year" for $39.99.

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