Reviews and Problems with Theatrhythm: Final Fantasy
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One of the best music games
propotatoz , GameStop
3 weeks ago
Summary: Although the final fantasy is known for an exciting story, which this game kinda lacks, the everything else makes up for it. The game is a great music game and is suitable for huge final fantasy fans (like myself) and people that don't know that much about the series. The gameplay is VERY simple with just taps, holds, and sometimes slight movements on the touch screen.
Summary: I give them a 5 star because not only the games from Playstation 1, 2 & 3 played before, like Final Fantasy 1 thru 13, it's the music is what I loved about. I believe it. What I liked about it is how it's like DDR, only in handheld game w/ a stylus to use. Plus, you'll get good rewards after completing whatever choice of you music you pick. I suggest basic, because it's easy in Series and Challenge mode. For Series mode, you have to go 5 courses and that's it.
Summary: I may be a little biased since I love FF and most of their music, this was a perfect combination for me. This game was one of the reasons I decided to get a 3DS, and it was worth it. Besides that, I would recommend this game to anyone who like musical or sequence press games, it's very entertaining.
Summary: This game is absolutely amazing!!! I played the demo and loved it so I got the full game to play it more than the allotted uses that the eShop gives you. This game is great for everyone. You don't even have to have played Final Fantasy in order to enjoy this game!
Summary: The game itself is a good idea, but honestly the way the game was made doesn't hold up to standards. First off, let me tell you that its fun to play a rhythm game along to final fantasy games. The problem is, there are only 3 songs out of a game if you don't play the opening and closing, which have been treated as a tapping event other than the real songs which have more of a battle feel to them.
Summary: When we think of rhythm games, we don't often imagine the possibility of mixing in other genres. Square Enix, a company far more competent at innovation than most give it credit for, has brought RPG elements to a rhythm game, and I think the latter genre is the better for it. Yes, it has familiar characters - which often seems to be a source of consternation among those who are tired of Final Fantasy. But the gameplay is solid. The tapping is fun.