Have you ever laid on your belly in the middle of a cold afternoon, dreaming of pummelling some of the Final Fantasy universe’s most famous creatures and smug bosses with the power of dynamic rhythm-action, earning experience and rewards for every song well performed and foolish adversary bested? Then this trailer will produce an ample grin.
Presenting more of an RPG-style of game-play compared to the other modes, Quest Medley mode will have you gather your party for musical battle, and allow you to share quests with others through StreetPass. The trailer below provides footage captured from a variety of quests, wherein melodic Chocobo rides and skirmishes with creatures like Bombs to the bosses Golbez and Rubicante from Final Fantasy IV show off the cute characters; the lively and varied Battle, Field (Overworld), and Event (Dramatic) music; as well as a hint of the ranking system.
One thing I’m curious about: Just how intense will this game get on the higher difficulty levels? Will it deliver the same amount of challenge as, say, Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA F on EXTREME? One can only lay on his belly and dream.
Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call will be humming aboard your Nintendo 3DS and 2DS on the 19th September 2014.