A new Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call scan from Shonen Jump reveals that there will be new character joining in Curtain Call from various Final Fantasy games. Now, Noel from Final Fantasy XIII-2, Eiko from Final Fantasy IX, Fran from Final Fantasy XII and Jecht from Final Fantasy X are part of the Theatrhythm roster! It seems the new mode is called “Legacy Quests” and it works like Dark Notes mode in the previous Theatrhythm game but with maps. The maps have a series of levels which you can change with friends and complete by yourself. More information and confirmation coming soon.
Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call will be released in Japan later this month. It’s a 3DS exclusive.
Thank you, Kazu, for the scan!
It’s better to start staning for Lara Croft, if your queen is the one owning the sales and ruling the charts.
The latest and award-winning and critically acclaimed adventure of Lara Croft has returned. On 31st January, Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition was exclusively released for PS4 and Xbox One. No need to say that the real queen of England (sorry Elizabeth) came and snatched the weave of FIFA 2014, which was – I want to focus on word “WAS” – celebrating its 6th week on the top – but not anymore!
Tomb Raider was already one of the best and top selling games in 2013, but also profitable and money keeps coming to Square Enix HQ like no end with this great quality title. Especially after the definitive edition seems to be success by its own. Rumors and reports are suggesting they have decided to buy new climbing axes for everyone at the office to celebrate this incredible success of the release.
Top 10 UK Software Sales (All Formats) Week Ending to February 1
- Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition (take that peasants)
- FIFA 14
- Call of Duty: Ghosts
- Battlefield 4
- Lego Marvel Super Heroes
- Assassin’s Creed 4: Black Flag
- Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition
- Grand Theft Auto 5
- Need for Speed: Rivals
- Killzone: Shadow Fall
Dark Horse Comics has released a preview of the upcoming comic series Tomb Raider, which picks up from where the story has ended in the critically acclaimed 2013 reboot by Crystal Dynamics. This is the official continuation of Lara Croft’s story!
Written by Gall Simone, Tomb Raider #1 is due to be published on February 24th 2014. Take a look at the preview which is provided below (click the image to enlarge), done by the art team comprising Nicolás Daniel Selma (penciller), Juan Gedeon (inker), and Michael Atiyeh (colorist).