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Theatrhythm Final Fantasy (PC)

Theatrhythm Final Fantasy (PC)
alaScore 90

14 reviews

Sep, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 14 reviews from magazines and websites. People really like the gameplay. The multi player mode also gets good feedback. There are some critical views about the action.

story, multi player, gameplay

action

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PC Games the Theatrhythm Final Fantasy- PC is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 90/100 = Excellent quality.

Review analysis

(Based on 14 reviews)

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Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Tale of music and Moogles

 

If anyone knows how to play the nostalgia card, it's Square Enix. With Theatrhythm Final Fantasy, they are playing it to full effect, all the way through.

Easy to learn, wonderful look at the music of the series

Intro and closing themes don’t really work that well

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Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Playtest: The Music Of Nostalgia

 

When Theatrhythm Final Fantasy begins you only have one option, “series mode. I started with Final Fantasy IV and a prelude abridged the game's intro, but don't expect to understand the story at all if this your first time seeing Cecil.

To keep players interested beyond mastering "Mambo de Chocobo," Square Enix created Dark Notes, two song courses with a random field and battle song. Theatrhythm Final Fantasy also has a *ton* of downloadable content. Currently, there are eight songs...

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Review: Theatrhythm Final Fantasy for 3DS

 

Theatrhythm Final Fantasy is a robust music game with plenty of songs and characters, even if you don't spring for the DLC.

Multiple gameplay modes, multiple difficulty levels, around 70 songs available on the cartridge, can complete special challenge sections to extend the song, earn items while playing, almost 30 playable characters, characters’ stats and abilities can...

3D effects aren’t really necessary or awesome. Some songs only appear in Chaos Shrine mode. It takes a long time to unlock extra characters and Challenge mode songs

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Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Review

 

Theatrhythm is not only an endearing nostalgia trip with a killer soundtrack, but a fine rhythm game to boot.

Great collection of some of the best Final Fantasy tracks ; Charming visuals ; Varying difficulty levels make it easy for anyone to pick up ; Addictive rhythm action

No online play

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Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Review

 

Theatrhythm is Square's Final Fantasy tribute that seeks to fuse the rhythm and RPG genres. Is it successful? Read on to find out!

Whether you’re a huge Final Fantasy fan or just enjoy great rhythm games with fantastic music, Theatrhythm Final Fantasy is certainly for you. Although the RPG elements feel a bit wasted, the varied gameplay options, scaled difficulty settings, and...

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Theatrhythm Final Fantasy [Bundle]

 

In Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Square Enix combines the character progression and themes of its Final Fantasy franchise with the music-based rhythm action of the Guitar Hero series. Players guide pint-sized versions of various Final Fantasy heroes into batt

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Theatrhythm Final Fantasy review: Enjoyable, if fussy, fan service

 

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Essential collector's item for Final Fantasy zealots ; Challenging, and rammed with unlockables

Imperfect, over-ambitious rhythm action game ; Don't like FF? There's literally nothing here for you

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Theatrythm Review

 

Theatrhythm is not only an endearing nostalgia trip with a killer soundtrack, but a fine rhythm game to boot.

Great collection of some of the best Final Fantasy tracks ; Charming visuals ; Varying difficulty levels make it easy for anyone to pick up ; Addictive rhythm action

No online play

If it sounds like a vital piece of the Final Fantasy puzzle is missing here, then you'd be right: there's not much narrative to speak of. A halfhearted attempt at one has been made, but the only treatment it gets is a paragraph at the start of the...

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