August is Packed With Even More Theatrhythm DLC

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More and more it’s looking like Theatrhythm Final Fantasy was created solely to be a nostalgia-powered DLC money sponge. By the end of the month, the value of available DLC will be equal to the cost of the game itself. Just for extra songs. I think that’s absurd, but hey, that’s the nature of the modern DLC model so if folks are willing to pay for it, more power to them and more power to Square Enix for raking in the cash. I’m still dying to play the game, but wouldn’t spend even an extra penny for an additional song.

So what DLC is up next for the stylus-strumming Final Fantasy rhythm game spin-off? Five consecutive weeks and a grand total of 20 downloadable audio track add-ons, which begin rolling out onto the Nintendo eShop marketplace today for a penny short of a dollar each.

The complete August DLC schedule looks like this:

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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