Squeenix Announces Final Fantasy Theatrhythm

Did you know that Square Enix is putting together a Final Fantasy-themed rhythm game for the Nintendo 3DS? Yeah, neither did I. So apparently this game, according to Famitsu, will feature rhythm versions of battles from old Final Fantasy games, and the rhythm, of course, will go along with music from those games.. Also, it’s called Final Fantasy Theatrhythm. Yeah, I’m serious.

My mind is absolutely blown. That’s seriously the most awesome game title I’ve ever heard of, by a long shot. I can’t wait to put this baby on my games shelf.

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4 Comments on Squeenix Announces Final Fantasy Theatrhythm


On July 7, 2011 at 5:34 am

Aries is dead, DEAL WITH IT YOU ING WEABS. Final Fantasy 7 was one of the most over hyped and est pieces of ever created. I hope Square burns in hell with the furs. THIS IS GARBAGE AND A STAIN IN THE FABRIC OF NATURE


On July 7, 2011 at 9:46 am

Well obviously “Aids” that’s just cause your small brain can’t see the awesomeness in it.If it was so horrible why would it be considered as one of the most famous games of all time plus obviously you still played it even though it sucked so bad in your opinion.Anyways no one needs you saying about the game you don’t like it whatever grow up and move on!


On July 7, 2011 at 10:30 am

AIDS came off strong, but he does have a point. FF7 was great, but it was overhyped. And people stroke off to Sephiroth like he’s the biggest badass ever, when he isn’t worthy to stand in the shadow of the great Kefka!

Phil Owen

On July 7, 2011 at 2:23 pm

I love you guys so much right now.

That said, I tried to play FFVII again recently, and boy it has not aged well. It’s still “good,” but unless your gameplay is compelling (FFVII’s is not), then I can’t deal with the lack of voice acting.