Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Rolls Out More DLC Songs

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If you own a copy of Theatrhythm and are itching for more Final Fantasy tunes to stylus-jam on, Square Enix has you covered with three straight weeks of downloadable content. That’s on top of the eight add-on tracks that were released at launch last week!

Starting today, four new tracks will be released each week on Nintendo Download Thursday through July 26th. Those 12 new tracks will cost $0.99 a pop.

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Here’s how the schedule breaks down:

July 12, 2012
1. “Somnus” (FINAL FANTASY Versus XIII)
2. “Desperate Struggle” (FINAL FANTASY XIII)
3. “Sarutabaruta” (FINAL FANTASY XI)
4. “Battle” (FINAL FANTASY VI)

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July 19, 2012
1. “Fight On!” (FINAL FANTASY VII)
2. “Etro’s Champion” (FINAL FANTASY XIII-2)
3. “Battle Theme” (FINAL FANTASY XI)
4. “Battle 1” (FINAL FANTASY III)

July 26, 2012
1. “A contest of Aeons” (FINAL FANTASY X)
2. “The Archylte Steppe” (FINAL FANTASY XIII)
3. “The Sanctuary of Zi’Tah” (FINAL FANTASY XI)
4. “Crystal Cave” (FINAL FANTASY III)

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