Reviews and Problems with Theatrhythm: Final Fantasy
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Amazingly fun rhythm game, albeit with some peculiar song choices
Nicole Marie Pete "SmileyByte", Amazon
1 week ago
Summary: After purchasing this game during a Black Friday sale, I finally got a chance to try it out, as it had been on my list of games to play since it was released in Japan. Here is the short version: this game is amazingly fun, BUT has a constrained song list. Here is a longer version: for fans of all Final Fantasy games, seeing your favorite songs come to life in a rhythm game is an uncanny delight.
Summary: You should probably use a headphone to play this game. Playing on the 3ds's small speaker doesn't add much value to the game. Gameplay becomes repetitive. Unless you are life long DDR / rhythm game player. You will probably leave this game on the shelf within weeks.
A good game but needed more final fantasy-esk game play.
2 weeks ago
Summary: It's good but I was really hoping it'd be an actual final fantasy game but with rhythm mechanics during combat and other segments (kind of like to do an attack or spell you need to tap to a particular rhythm and the better you do the higher the damage) but all things considered it was a good experience and a fun rhythm game.
Summary: I bought this game for one of my kids. He played it for about thirty minutes, handed it to me and said that he was sorry but the game was boring. Apparently you do the same thing over and over again and it gets repetitive and boring.
Summary: This was a gift for my 13 year old grandson. Not easily found in stores and or online, so I was happy to get it. Came packaged well, no issues and plays just fine!! Would buy from this seller again.
Summary: I saw Theatrhythm: Final Fantasy on sale for $20.00 and decided to give it a shot. I'm not usually a player of rhythm games, but I do like Final Fantasy music. The game itself is set up into three modes: series mode, challenge mode and the chaos shrine. Each mode allows you to play through Final Fantasy songs from games 1-13 with varying levels of difficulty.