Developer- and Publisher-specific Articles: Rhythm

Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call adds tracks from Nier, more

Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call (3DS) Fed DLC Launch Announcement - Screenshot 1

A new set of songs has been released for Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call. Chrono Trigger, Final Fantasy, Nier, and more provide new battle music and field music sequences, with a dozen in total added to the game’s library. Each track costs $0.99, and more are set to join the current slate of downloadable tunes on March 5.

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3DS, DLC

Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call gets six new DLC tracks

Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call (3DS) LE, Release Date Announcement - Screenshot 2

A new set of add-on tracks has been released for Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call. The six new tracks are from four different series, including Secret of Mana and Xenogears, and are sold separately for $0.99. The full list is available below. And for those who can’t get enough rhythmic button-tapping action, more tracks are scheduled to go live on January 22.

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3DS, DLC

Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F 2nd gets GameStop pre-order extras

Hatsune Miku Project Diva F 2nd (PS3, PS Vita) Pre-Order Bonus Announcement - Screenshot 1

Sega has revealed two pre-order bonuses on offer from GameStop for Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F 2nd. Dropping a few bucks before the game’s November 18 launch will net players two costume module packs: the Extra Character Pack (with Akita Neru, Yowane Haku, and Kasane Teto) and Hatsune Miku’s Americana Module. The items are available for either version, PS3 or PS Vita. A new trailer and screenshots were released highlighting the goods.

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PlayStation 3 News, PlayStation Vita News

Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call, DLC available for 3DS

Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call (3DS) Launch Announcement - Screenshot 1

Theatrhythm Final Fantasy is once again summoning players to the battlefield with the melodic tunes of high adventure with Curtain Call. The 3DS exclusive follows up the 2012 original with 221 songs, 60-plus playable characters, the new Versus Mode, and the customizable Quest Medley, which allows players to choose their own party. Songs included are taken from across the franchise’s 26-year history, with Lightning Returns, Type-0, Tactics, and Advent Children being a handful of the titles represented. A list of newly launched and upcoming DLC is also provided below.

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3DS, DLC

Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call release date, CE detailed

Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call (3DS) LE, Release Date Announcement - Set

Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call will be hitting store shelves on September 16. Square Enix also announced that a $69.99 Collector’s Edition will be available alongside the $39.99 standard edition. The premium release is limited to 5,000 copies and will include a branded Collector’s Pouch, a 20-track soundtrack (The Best of Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call), a five-track remixed soundtrack (Remix Selections), and five CollectaCards. The set is only available through Square Enix Online Store. Additionally, a pre-order bonus from Amazon was also announced, with early buyers receiving an upgrade to a Limited Edition version of the game that comes bundled with the Remix Selections CD.

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3DS

Dance, dance! Cosmic DJ now available via Steam Early Access

Cosmic DJ (PC) Steam Early Access Announcement - Screenshot 1

Devolver Digital has added another to Steam’s Early Access library, Cosmic DJ. Developed by Gl33k, the “psychedelic sound design game” puts players behind a set of digital turntables as the Cosmic DJ of Legend, who has been tasked with repairing Jamtennas throughout the galaxy by using a tap-based sequencer and precision grid sequencer. In my mind, one cannot call themselves the Cosmic DJ of Legend until all six levels have been made funky again, but we’re also known for rigorous titling practices. So go forth, and return the rhythm to the galaxy.

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PC News

Hatsune Miku: Project Diva f set to rock PS Vita in early 2014

Hatsune Miku Project Diva f (PS Vita) Announcement - Screenshot 6

Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F’s Western debut on the PS3 is being followed up with a digital release for PS Vita. Due to the successful retail release, Sega will be releasing the handheld version early in 2014. Any details about possible extras were not revealed, but gamers on the go should expect the same digital dance fest as PS3 gamers.

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PlayStation Vita News

(PC Review) Symphony

(PC Review) Symphony

“… provides the kind of thrills that haven’t been seen since the first days of Audiosurf.”

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PC Reviews

Demons’ Score now available for iOS, itching to rock (your soul) out

Demons' Score (Android, iOS) Launch Announcement - Screenshot 2

Some days are pretty average. And then there are those days when you go looking for your missing father and end up unleashing the forces of hell after you run across the Demons’ Score, a program that just so happens to allow demons to possess you. Serenity is having one of those kinds of days. (Insert joke about it probably being a Monday here.) For $6.99, you can help her by downloading the Unreal Engine 3-powered App and seeing the demons off the only way you know how: through rhythm-based combat.

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Apple Handheld

Demons’ Score reveals its weird rocking ways with new video

Square Enix has released a nearly nine-minute video for their upcoming rhythm-based action title for Android and iOS devices, Demons’ Score. The footage offers gamers a chance to get a peek at the possessed heroine Serenity and her mighty tapping powers (and strange familiar) in the game’s opening cinematic and tutorial.

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Android, Apple Handheld