App description: Compatible with the iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPod touch (5th generation), iPad2, new iPad (3rd generation), iPad (4th generation), and iPad mini. Compatible with iOS 4.3 and later.

Caution:
*When loading the application for the first time, please ensure that you have a stable wireless connection.
*This app may not function properly on the iPhone 4 and the backgrounds in the FMS and BMS will appear as simplified versions.
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Now everyone can play back their memories of FINAL FANTASY in an endlessly expansive app: THEATRHYTHM FINAL FANTASY!

THEATRHYTHM FINAL FANTASY, the first music game in the FINAL FANTASY series, has been augmented with more songs and new playable characters to make it easier to dive into and play than ever before! Now it makes its debut as an iOS app that allows for communication with users from around the world in an unlimited adventure!

With Quest Medleys, every time that you play, its a new adventure! New enjoyment to be found in each game!
The iOS version of THEATRHYTHM FINAL FANTASY adds the Quest Medley mode, where you can play through songs youve purchased in a rhythmical gauntlet! Each quest is a set made up of a single FMS and a single BMS, and each time that you play, you will find yourself facing different songs, different levels of difficulties, and different rewards for completionenjoy the thrill of a music game where the sense of adventure never fades! Being able to play on your iOS device by touching anywhere on the screen gives you more freedom as a player, as you operate the game with ease.

Music Stages in the iOS Version
FMS (Field Music Stage)
Slide across the screen in undulating waves that rise and fall in time to the slower-paced songs in these stages.
BMS (Battle Music Stage)
Flick and tap to the furious beat to hit the Triggers flowing before each character in these fast-paced songs.

Leveling up your character hinges on clearing tough songs! What else could you expect from a FINAL FANTASY music game?
Each time that you play through a song, your characters will gain experience. This app makes it easier than ever to enjoy developing your characters, as you simply level them up and the abilities gained by doing so are automatically equipped to your characters to be triggered during the music stages. In addition to the three regular scores of differing levelsthe Basic, Expert, and Ultimate scoresyoull gain a further three Illusive Scores for each song: arrangements of the regular scores with similarly varying levels of difficulty. Collect the shards of these Illusive Scores by clearing Quest Medleys and open up new adventures. Whether you are a novice or an experienced veteran, youll be able to find a way to play that fits your level!

Use Twitter to tell the world about the scores you create yourself and share them with players everywhere!
Players themselves can create their own original scores by trying their hand at the Compose Scores mode! Upload your scores onto the server, or download the scores made by other players around the worldit is the players themselves who make the challenges of this game beyond limit. When you link the app up to your Twitter account, you can Tweet not only about the results of your play but also announce the uploading of your original scores to the server. And who knowsyou might even find some scores made by the developers and the creators among the original scores uploaded each day!

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12-12-2012, 05:01 PM
#61
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Somehow i enjoy Demon's Score's gameplay more than TFF, but i prefer the songs on this one.

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12-12-2012, 06:16 PM
#62
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Originally Posted by TheSporkWithin View Post
but complaining about the song/game prices is just sad.
I think complaining about people complaining about prices is "just sad." Particularly while employing completely inane comparisons between two utterly different markets to "strengthen" your point.

12-12-2012, 06:19 PM
#63
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Originally Posted by Haruhi View Post
I don't know if there's a list of the iOS version songs yet, but there are 13 song packs (for each of the main FF games) with 4 songs and priced at $3 each. $39 for 52 songs isn't too bad although I'm still disappointed by all of the character IAPs.

Edit: Just to clarify, the song bundles contain the songs from the original 3DS version. Some of the individual songs are 3DS DLCs and others are new to the iOS version.
Do the bundles include the same songs as in the single songs list? Or do you need to buy them both to have them all?

Interesting that you say that there are some iOS exclusive songs. That seems to be a nice incentive... sorta.
12-12-2012, 06:23 PM
#64
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I think complaining about people complaining about prices is "just sad." Particularly while employing completely inane comparisons between two utterly different markets to "strengthen" your point.
lets see a show of hands for those who don't think complaining about people complaining about people about prices is "just sad." you pay a small premium for the flexibility to customize your score library and that is valuable.

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12-12-2012, 06:25 PM
#65
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Pricing arguments. Truly pointless. Buy it or don't.

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12-12-2012, 07:02 PM
#66
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So while looking at Sanuku's video, the bundles say $2.99. However, on the version I got from the Japanese store, the bundles are $4.99 for 4 songs. What's the deal? Are those NZ dollars?

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12-12-2012, 07:23 PM
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So while looking at Sanuku's video, the bundles say $2.99. However, on the version I got from the Japanese store, the bundles are $4.99 for 4 songs. What's the deal? Are those NZ dollars?
When you switch back to your US account it translates the price differently. It will definitely be 2.99 in the US store

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12-12-2012, 07:28 PM
#68
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Originally Posted by L.Lawliet View Post
Do the bundles include the same songs as in the single songs list? Or do you need to buy them both to have them all?

Interesting that you say that there are some iOS exclusive songs. That seems to be a nice incentive... sorta.
The 59 individual songs are different from the ones in the bundles, so there are 111 songs total in the game. Some of the characters are also exclusive to the iOS, including Balthier from FFXII and Ramza from FFT.

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12-12-2012, 08:08 PM
#69
wow, total cost for unlocking full game (all iap) is seriously insane..got to stay away from this one (coming from someone who bought the IAPs from FF Dimension, Symphonica, Drakerider and all Zen Pinball tables)
12-12-2012, 08:13 PM
#70
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Originally Posted by Haruhi View Post
The 59 individual songs are different from the ones in the bundles, so there are 111 songs total in the game. Some of the characters are also exclusive to the iOS, including Balthier from FFXII and Ramza from FFT.
Sounds cool but when you look at the price for all of them put together.... that's bad. Ugh... when it comes out tonight I don't even know what to buy. Probably a couple characters and one bundle? I doubt a few songs will last you very long though.

Actually that's another question. With the barebones app, how long will it last? It seems that without songs it's like have a chapter book that you have to keep repeating the first couple chapters over and over If that's the case I probably shouldn't even buy anything. Would rather pay $20-25 for the full game that's similar to the 3DS counterpart.

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