The New Theatrhythm is Everything I Want in a Final Fantasy Music Game

I have already talked at length about how the music of Final Fantasy has affected me, so you can probably guess that I enjoyed the original Theatrhythm—though that's not to say it didn't have its problems. Luckily, the sequel, Theatrhythm: Curtain Call, has done a great job addressing these problems. »6/06/14 7:40am6/06/14 7:40am

Check Out the 109 New Final Fantasy Tracks in Theatrhythm: Curtain Call

While growing up, I, of course, knew the Mario and Sonic themes, but it wasn’t until I first played Final Fantasy VI that game music really started to affect me. To say I have a soft spot for the series’ music is an understatement—which is why I am ecstatic that Theatrhythm: Curtain Call has 109 new songs. »5/23/14 6:00am5/23/14 6:00am

A Night of Speed-Dating With Kingdom Hearts, Theatrhythm and Heroes of Ruin

I'm in California this week for the purpose of checking out a bunch of video games that will be shown at E3 next month. I'm a pre-E3 Judge*, you see, bouncing from one showcase with a game publisher to another, signing lots of paperwork in which I swear not to tell people about these games for a few weeks. »5/15/12 1:00pm5/15/12 1:00pm

Theatrhythm and Kingdom Hearts 3D Hitting North America in July

Square Enix has announced that its two hybrid franchise extenders—music/RPG and Theatrhythm: Final Fantasy and Disney-centric action/RPG Kingdom Hearts: Dream Drop Distance—will both be summer releases. The two 3DS games come to retail in July, with Theatrhythm available on July 3rd and Kingdom Hearts 3D on July 31st. »4/05/12 9:15am4/05/12 9:15am