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Feel Real Emotion With Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call's New Songs
That's all I've got for "Real Emotion" jokes.
03.19.15 - 3:32 PM

This is it. The last set songs for "2nd Performance," the DLC for Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call has been announced. Two of these songs, "At The End of a Decisive Battle" (BMS from Final Fantasy Legend II) and "Four-Aristocrat Demons Battle 2" (BMS from Romancing SaGa 3) will be free until the end of the month. If you want a preview of these sweet tunes, take a listen to the video below.

Both of these songs became available free in Japan yesterday and will remain free until March 31st.

Plenty of songs have also been added in the "Not Free" section, including fan-favorite "Real Emotion," the song from the very beginning of Final Fantasy X-2. Here's full, new track list:

"At The End of a Decisive Battle" (BMS from Final Fantasy Legend II)

"Four-aristocrat Demons Battle 2" (BMS from Romancing SaGa 3)

"Real Emotion" (BMS from Final Fantasy X-2)

"Birds Fly, Fish Swim" (FMS from Live A Live)

"Meridian Child" (BMS from Seiken Densetsu 3)

"Boss Battle 2" (BMS from Chrono Trigger)

"Corridors of Time" (BMS from Chrono Trigger)

All songs are available now Japan for 150 yen (about $1.25 USD and 1.16). A Western release of these tracks is almost certain, but a date has not been given.


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