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.

In total, the game has 221 songs (239 with the currently available DLC). Moreover, including its DLC, every song from the original Theatrhythm—except for "Somnus" from Final Fantasy XV—returns in Curtain Call.


But which Final Fantasy tracks make up Curtain Call’s 109 new songs (127 with the currently available DLC)? Check out the list below and click the links for a listen.

[Note: Songs marked with an “*” are DLC]

Final Fantasy

"Cornelia Castle"
"Mini-Boss Battle"
Last Battle

Final Fantasy II

*"Battle Theme A

Final Fantasy III

"The Boundless Ocean"
Doga and Unne's Mansion

Final Fantasy IV

Troian Beauty

Final Fantasy V

*"The Ancient Library"
*"Battle 2"

Final Fantasy VI

Edgar & Sabin's Theme
The Airship Blackjack
Kefka's Tower
*"Protect the Espers!"

Final Fantasy VII

Golden Saucer
Highwind Takes to the Skies

Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children

"Cloud Smiles"
"J-E-N-O-V-A (Advent Children Version)"
"Those Who Fight (Piano Version)"
"Divinity II"
*"Aerith's Theme (Piano Version)"

Crisis Core -Final Fantasy VII-

"Timely Ambush"
"A Flower Blooming in the Slums (from FFVII "Aerith's Theme")"
"The Price of Freedom"
"SOLDIER Battle"
"CRISIS CORE Theme – Succession"

Final Fantasy VIII

"Find Your Way"
Maybe I’m a Lion
*"Shuffle or Boogie"

Final Fantasy IX

"Aboard the Hilda Garde"
"Swords of Fury"
"Festival of the Hunt"
*"Roses of May"

Final Fantasy X

"Spira Unplugged"
"Servants of the Mountain"
*"Thunder Plains"
*"Blitz Off"

Final Fantasy X-2

"The Farplane Abyss"
"We're the Gullwings!"
"YRP, Fight No. 1"
"Let Me Blow You a Kiss"
"Their Resting Place"
"1000 Words"
*"KUON: Memories of Waves and Light"

Final Fantasy XI


"Heavens Tower"
*"Tough Battle #2"

Final Fantasy XII

"The Mosphoran Highwaste"

Final Fantasy XIII

"The Gapra Whitewood"
"Dust to Dust"

Final Fantasy XIII-2

"Historia Crux"
"Groovy Chocobo"
"Noel's Theme - Last Journey -"
"The Last Hunter"
"Heart of Chaos"
"Warrior Goddess"
*"Crazy Chocobo"

Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII

"The Glittering City of Yusnaan"
"The Dead Dunes"
"Crimson Blitz"
"Lightning Returns"
"Savior of Souls"

Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn

"To the Sun"
"On Westerly Winds"
The Land Breathes
"Fallen Angel"
"Torn from the Heavens"
"Under the Weight"
*"Good King Moggle Mog XII

Final Fantasy Mystic Quest

"Battle 1"
"Battle 2"

Final Fantasy Tactics

"Prologue Movie
"Ultima, the Nice Body"
"Bland Logo~Title Back"

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles

Across the Divide"
"Monster Dance~Rondo"
"Unite, Descent"
"Starry Moonlit Night
*"Promised Grace"

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: The Crystal Bearers

"This is the End for you!"

Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo's Dungeon

"Dungeon Hero X's Theme"
"Raffaello Battle"
"Guardian of Darkness 2"

Dissidia Final Fantasy

"Keeping the Peace" from DISSIDIA FINAL FANTASY

"The Troops' Advance"
"DISSIDIA -ending-"
*"Battle 1 -arrange-" from Final Fantasy IX"

Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy

""Gate to the Rift" from DISSIDIA 012[duodecim] FINAL FANTASY"
"Cantata Mortis"
"Lux Concordiae"
*""Canto Mortis-An Undocumented Battle" From Dissidia[duodecim] Final Fantasy"

Final Fantasy Type-0

"Standing Strong on the Ground"
"Tempus Finis"
"War: Warrior Worth a Thousand"
"War: The White Weapon"
"Vermilion Fire"

Final Fantasy Series

"Chaos Shrine - TFFCC BMS Arrange-from FF"

Romancing SaGa

*"The Sewers"

Romancing SaGa 3

*"Four Noble Devils Battle I"

Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call was released in Japan for the Nintendo 3DS on April 24, 2014. It is scheduled for a Western release sometime in 2014.


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