curtain call

The ever-tiresome-to-say-and-spell-without-having-to-double-check Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call, follow-up to the 2012 rhythm game, has been given the official North American and European release dates of September 16th and September 19th respectively. It has also been given a few different variations of limited editions. Check out all the details below.

First up there’s the exclusive Square Enix Online Store Collector’s Edition. Limited to a mere 5,000 units, this awesome pack comes with the following:
- Nintendo 3DS Collector’s Pouch
– 5-track “Theathrhythm Remix” CD
– 20-track “Best of Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call” CD; a collection of less than one tenth of the total 221 tracks featured in the game
– 5 Premium CollectaCards; a sweet set of five Premium, limited edition cards, based on the popular CollectaCard designs of the game. You can even enter the password on the card into the game to get the in-game version of that CollectaCard!

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It’s a nice haul, to be sure, but the almost-doubled cost reflects that. The Collector’s Edition will cost $69.99 and is available for pre-order now.

The next one isn’t so much a collector’s edition as a Limited Pre-order bonus. Still exclusive to the Square Enix Online Store, this mini-bundle features just the game alongside the aforementioned 5-track remix CD.

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Since this is just a pre-order bonus, the cost is the same as the standalone game! Not a bad deal. The standard game will cost $39.99, and is also currently available to pre-order.

And just for good measure, here are the different cover arts, depending on the version you go for: Collector’s Edition, Limited Edition Pre-order, or just the plain and simple game:

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