The most ridiculously-named of all Square-Enix titles, the rhythm game Theatrhythm: Final Fantasy, has had its first set of DLC revealed. These eight songs will be available in Japan for 150 yen apiece, with a grand total of 1,200 yen for the whole set. In US money, that’s about $2 apiece, and $15.60 total, which is useful knowledge, seeing as Theatrythm: Final Fantasy‘s DLC is supposedly to be available on launch.
So what songs are available? Well, they’re broken into two sections: field and battle stages.
For battle stages, there are the following:
- Final Fantasy II: Battle Scene 1
- Final Fantasy IV: The Final Battle
- Final Fantasy IX: Fighters of the Crystal
- Final Fantasy XIII: Fighting Fate
And the field stages are…
- Final Fantasy V: Seeking the Light
- Final Fantasy VII: Cosmo Canyon
- Final Fantasy VIII: Ride On
- Final Fantasy X: Someday the Dream Will End
This is only the beginning, however, as Square-Enix has promised to release more DLC every two to three weeks after the initial DLC is launched. There’s nothing solid saying when this will be, however.
As for the game itself, Theatrhythm: Final Fantasy is aiming for a February 16th launch in Japan.