Mike from We Got This Covered wrote:
"I don’t think it’s an understatement to say how much of a borderline unhealthy excitement I had for Theatrhythm Final Fantasy when it was first announced. After all, Final Fantasy is one of those series that has managed to transcend mediums, and has consistently had great music to back it up over the past 25 years. Hell, I’m the kind of guy that drops $185 on a concert entirely dedicated to Final Fantasy music. Nobuo Uematsu, the composer responsible for about 90 percent of that history, is often touted as the John Williams of the video game industry. Who couldn’t pick out that signature ominous drum beat in the beginning of One-Winged Angel? Who hasn’t struggled to hold back tears when hearing Zanarkand when remembering the sad turn of events of the game? Hell, the prelude itself, present in every single game over the past few decades, is probably one of the most recognizable pieces of music in the world."