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Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call Gets 'Second Performance' DLC
An encore featuring music from Bravely Default, Chrono Trigger, and more!
12.23.14 - 12:33 AM

There's more DLC headed to 3DS exclusive Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call that's sure to please any RPG music aficionado. This 'Second Performance' DLC pack will be available on December 24th and includes tracks from a number of fan-favorite games, including Chrono Trigger and the recent Bravely Default. Each track will cost $0.99 US. There will be another set of add-on tracks available January 8th, but for now, let's take a look at the first list of updates!

Battle Music Sequence:

  • He of the Name (Bravely Default)
  • Evil Wings (Bravely Default)
  • The Serpent That Devours The Horizon (Bravely Default)
  • Ultima (Final Fantasy XIV)
  • Hard to Miss (Final Fantasy XIV)
  • Zero (Final Fantasy Type-0)
  • Ardent Rhythm (Romancing SaGa Minstrel Song)
  • Battle #4 (SaGa Frontier)
  • Meridian Dance (Secret of Mana)
  • Chrono Trigger (Chrono Trigger)

Field Music Sequence:

  • Horizon of Light and Shadow (Bravely Default)
  • Title Screen (Romancing SaGa 2)




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