Reviews and Problems with Theatrhythm: Final Fantasy
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It's Crazy to Use Touch Screen for the Entire Game
13 April 2015
Summary: Intended to buy Theatrhythm: Final Fantasy Curtain Call but accidentally bought this one. I'm not giving this two star rating because of my own mistake though... I seriously don't like how the control system is designed in this one.
Summary: I am on the fence about this game. On the one hand, it can be pretty tedious and ultimately pointless. On the other, it is a fun, nostalgic trip through the world of Final Fantasy and unlocking new characters, songs & other items is addictive.
Summary: I'm a big fan of rhythm games, but this one falls short. Even though I love the final fantasy franchise, the hours you get out of this is really short. There aren't that many songs and it only takes a couple hours to finish out the main game.
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.
Summary: It is totally funny and worthy. As a Final Fantasy fan I loved it. It is a little bit "short" for a game, but it is rather understandable. The musics and the "dance" feels right. The characters are cute, even the enemies. And the movies and unlockables are amazinng.
Summary: The game is pretty fun. If you are a final fantasy fan I highly recommend that you purchase this game. The only thing I did notice is that there is not a club Nintendo card in the box that I got, but Nintendo might just not include them with this game.
Summary: As a fan of both music/rhythm games and Final Fantasy, I definitely had high expectations for this game. The mechanics, look and feel of the game are incredible, and a lot of the arrangements of the songs added a pretty nice level of depth, especially for the older games.