Why Theatrhythm is a celebration of not only Final Fantasy, but an entire genre

Joystiq writes: When I put together my Mt. Rushmore of Japanese RPG developers a few months ago, one of the more controversial picks was Final Fantasy composer Nobuo Uematsu. The general argument was that Hironobu Sakaguchi, the guy who actually created Final Fantasy, should be up there instead. I don't think that argument is wrong exactly – Sakaguchi has certainly done a lot for RPGs in his time – but it felt wrong to have a JRPG Rushmore without a top composer.

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