news\ Aug 2, 2012 at 9:33 am

August is jam packed with awesome Theatrhythm DLC


Hey Theatrhythm fans! Plowed through the entire game already? Played every song at least 20 times? Fret not, because Square Enix is delivering a whole slew of downloadable songs this whole month.

If you recall glowing review, Theatrhythm celebrated 25 fantastic years of amazing Final Fantasy music in a relatively easy to understand, and difficult to master rhythm game. While the game included over 70 tracks to jam out to, I'll confess that even after five days of playing it non-stop, I had replayed a bunch of the songs already numerous times.

This is where the DLC packs come in. Each one will include more songs that made the series as amazing as they were. I can't say I love all of them, but hey, that's why you can pick and choose which ones you want right? The best part? They're only $0.99 each. Square has already released a few since the game's release but August looks to be jam packed full of great tunes.

August 2, 2012

  1. “Movement in Green” (FINAL FANTASY X)
  2. “March of the Dreadnoughts” (FINAL FANTASY XIII)
  3. “Gustaberg” (FINAL FANTASY XI)
  4. “The Crystal Tower” (FINAL FANTASY III)

August 9, 2012

  1. “Battle Theme” (FINAL FANTASY X)
  2. “The Dalmasca Estersand” (FINAL FANTASY XII)
  3. “The Darkness of Eternity” (FINAL FANTASY IX)
  4. “This is the Last Battle” (FINAL FANTASY III)

August 16, 2012

  1. “Challenge” (FINAL FANTASY X)
  2. “Desperate Fight” (FINAL FANTASY XII)
  3. “Battle 2” (FINAL FANTASY IX)
  4. “The Final Battle” (FINAL FANTASY V)

August 23, 2012

  1. “Otherworld” (FINAL FANTASY X)
  2. “The Royal City of Rabanastre / Town Ward Upper Stratum” (FINAL FANTASY XII)
  3. “The Final Battle” (FINAL FANTASY IX)
  4. “Battle 1” (FINAL FANTASY V)

August 30, 2012

  1. “Final Battle” (FINAL FANTASY X)
  2. “Boss Battle” (FINAL FANTASY XII)
  3. “Dark City Treno” (FINAL FANTASY IX)
  4. “The Decisive Battle” (FINAL FANTASY V)
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