Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: All-Star Carnival launches this fall in Japanese arcades

Over 80 songs and 60 characters planned.

Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: All-Star Carnival

Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: All-Star Carnival, Square Enix’s newly announced arcade game, will launch in Japanese game centers this fall, the company announced at the Japan Amusement Expo in Chiba today.

The rhythm game will feature over 80 songs and 60 characters. Confirmed tracks set to appear include:

  • “Battle Scene” from Final Fantasy I
  • “Opening Theme” from Final Fantsy I
  • “The Rebel Army” from Final Fantasy II
  • “Battle Scene 2” from Final Fantasy II
  • “Eternal Wind” from Final Fantasy III
  • “Forbidden Land” from Final F antasy III
  • “Battle With the Four Fiends” from Final Fantasy IV
  • “The Final Battle” from Final Fantasy IV
  • “Clash On the Big Bridge” from Final Fantasy V
  • “The Final Battle” from Final Fantasy V
  • “The Decisive Battle” from Final Fantasy VI
  • “Dancing Mad” from Final Fantasy VI
  • “Birth of a God” from Final Fantasy VII
  • “One-Winged Angel” from Final Fantasy VII
  • “Force Your Way” from Final Fantasy VIII
  • “The Extreme” from Final Fantasy VIII
  • “Hunter’s Chance” from Final Fantasy IX
  • “Rose of May” from Final Fantasy IX
  • “Fight With Seymour” from Final Fantasy X
  • “Zanarkand” from Final Fantasy X
  • “Fighters of the Crystal” from Final Fantasy XI
  • “Awakening” from Final Fantasy XI
  • “Clash of Swords” from Final Fantasy XII
  • “The Battle for Freedom” from Final Fantasy XII
  • “Blinded By Light” from Final Fantasy XIII
  • “Eden Under Siege” from Final Fantasy XIII
  • “Under the Weight” from Final Fantasy XIV
  • “A Light in the Storm” from Final Fantasy XIV

The game uses a two-button and two-joystick control scheme for a more enjoyable experience. Players will be able to play cooperatively with other players from all over the country online, and version updates will add new songs and characters.

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