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Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call (3DS; September 16th) A sequel to the first Final Fantasy rhythm action game released in 2012, Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call expands on the original in every way with new gameplay modes, over 200 songs, and 60 playable characters. Featuring music that spans the full breadth of the storied Final Fantasy franchise, players tap along to the memorable beats and harmonies as the adorable, stylized characters battle and quest through their worlds. The music of over 20 titles is brought together in one package, fusing together the moving scores, cinematic visuals, and role-playing elements the series is known for.

The music has always been a key component of the Final Fantasy series. And although I have played minimal entries from this series, Theatrhythm is a pretty fun game for true fans of the franchise. Unique features you can find from this game include:

  • New content takes center stage: Includes songs and characters from recent releases including Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII and Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn, to classic fan favorites such as Final Fantasy Tactics and Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children.
  • More ways to play: All new gameplay modes include Versus Mode where players can go head-to-head in screen-tapping action, as well as Quest Medley, where players customize a party of their favorite characters to take across fields and into dungeons for music-based battles against series bosses.
  • Unlock Final Fantasy: Gather Rhythmia to unlock new characters, songs, and collectible cards, which can be used in the all new Collecta Crystarium to power up your characters’ stats.

Blu-Ray Deals and Steals

  •  X-Men: First Class – $7.99
  • Dreamcatcher – $8.69
  • Rear Window – $10.49
  • One Hour Photo – $6.99
  • The Birds – $10.49
  • Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs – $5.99
  • Taxi Driver – $9.99
  • Archer (Season 3) – $12.96
  • Hannibal (Season 1) – $16.99
  • Pyscho (1960) – $11.99
  • Little Miss Sunshine – $6.99

All prices come from Amazon.com and sometime Best Buy. Best Buy, Frys, and Target all price match online prices now if you do not want to order online.What will you be taking home this week, tell us in the comments section below?

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All plot synopses come courtesy of IMDb.com and Game Stop

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