Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call Collector’s Edition Deserves a Standing Ovation


In addition to offering more iconic tunes and characters from the Final Fantasy universe, Curtain Call will have something else its Theatrhythm predecessor never had — a limited collector’s edition!

Only 5,000 copies of the Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call collector’s edition are available for pre-order exclusively at the Square Enix Online Store. The $69.99 pack comes with a branded Nintendo 3DS carrying pouch, a set of five collectible character art cards, a ‘Best of’ soundtrack CD with 20 tracks from the game, and another music CD containing five remixed tracks. The lack of an art book is a shame (especially since Square Enix’s recent special edition art book cases have been so nice), but not surprising since Theatrhythm is first and foremost a celebration of Final Fantasy music.

If the collector’s edition is out of your price range but you still want a little something extra, pre-ordering the regular $39.99 edition will at least secure a free copy of the 5-track remix CD.

Ready for even more good news? Square Enix has also confirmed a launch date today. Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call is scheduled to close out the summer with a bang on September 16th. Make sure to have your 3DS charged up and ready to go.


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