Check out this new trailer for the 3DS rhythm game sequel Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call!
Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call will feature a variety of new songs and characters from Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII, Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn, Final Fantasy Type-0, and more! It also includes new features such as Quest mode which can be seen in the trailer above.
Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call is due to be released on the Nintendo 3DS for Japan in April 24th 2014.
Apparently a trademark in Europe has been discovered by Deculture named “Curtain Call”, which is most likely referring to the 3DS rhythm game sequel Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call.
Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call is due to release on the Nintendo 3DS in Japan in Spring 2014.
Pictologica: Final Fantasy is a puzzle-based RPG and the latest of Square Enix’s mobile Final Fantasy titles. You can utilize classic Final Fantasy jobs in battles through playing a picross-looking puzzle and upgrade your characters and items. Some special characters can be purchasable through microtransactions.
Pictologica: Final Fantasy is currently announced for Japan and will be initially available for Android devices before it hits the Apple Store.
A few weeks ago, FF-Reunion has reported that a Final Fantasy committee has been built in order to preserve the quality of the franchise. The announced 4 members are all notable directors and producers of various past and current Final Fantasy games, and this experience should help them with the committee’s purpose in mind. It’s yet to be seen what kind of influence this will have in future titles.
- Yoshinori Kitase - FFVI, FFVII compilation, FFVIII, FFX series, Dissidia series, FFXIII trilogy, Type-0
- Motomu Toriyama - FFX series, FFXII: Revenant Wings, FF Crystal Chronicles series, FFXIII trilogy
- Naoki Yoshida - FFXIV: A Realm Reborn
- Hajime Tabata – Crisis Core: FFVII, Type-0, FFXV
(Keep in mind that the titles stated above are all works they’ve been involved as producers and directors)
Other pertinent and notable staff who weren’t announced amongst others include Tetsuya Nomura, who is assumably too busy in leading 2 of Square Enix’s big titles for next-gen, FFXV and KH3, and Hiroyuki Ito, who is mostly known for FFVI, FFIX, and FFXII. Perhaps they’ll announce for them to be included later on, as the committee is expected to not only consist the 4 aforementioned and announced staff.
Square Enix has announced on its official e-store shop site that Final Fantasy Eau de toilette ~Noctis~ perfume will be out on 15th June. The most interesting part of this reveal is that the perfume is called “FINAL FANTASY.” Does this mean a reboot for Final Fantasy -series or are they just saving the name surprise for E3 2013?