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Thursday, September 15th, 2011
Posted by Reeve at 02:02 PM EST

Theatrhythm Hands-On at Tokyo Game Show

With this year's Tokyo Game Show underway, impressions of Theatrhythm Final Fantasy for 3DS, which is playable at Square Enix's booth, have started to hit the internet. So far, these impressions have been mostly positive.

Check out these links for details on Theatrhythm's gameplay, music, difficulty, features, and more:
- GameLife - Hands-On: Theatrhythm Makes a Game of Gorgeous Final Fantasy Tunes, by Chris Kohler
- IGN - TGS: Final Fantasy's Glorious Theatrhythm, by Richard George
- 1UP - TGS: Theatrhythm Final Fantasy is Cute, Fun, in Need of a Little Polish, by Jeremy Parish
- Destructoid - TGS: Theatrhythm Final Fantasy is the best thing ever, by Dale North


Tuesday, September 13th, 2011
Posted by Reeve at 01:43 PM EST

Theatrhythm Gameplay Video, New Screenshots

Among the many upcoming games shown at yesterday's Nintendo press conference in Tokyo was Theatrhythm Final Fantasy. A new video with gameplay footage is available here, at Andriasang, as are some screenshots. As you can see, not only will music and characters from past FF games be featured, but also some of the FMVs.

Other Square Enix games shown at the event include the Nintendo collaboration Fortune Street (Itadaki Street Wii), a whole new RPG called Bravely Default, and Slime MoriMori Dragon Quest 3 (aka Rocket Slime 2). There were other rhythm games as well: a new Taiko Drum Master for Wii, and Project Mirai, featuring the popular Vocaloid Miku Hatsune, for 3DS.

Additional sources:
GameLife - Nintendo Unleashes Monster Hunter 4 And More For 3DS
Andriasang - This is Hatsune Miku on 3DS