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Japanator - Hands-on with Theatrhythm: Final Fantasy

Japanator's Elliot Gay writes, "Rhythm games are fun. I think this is a fact we can all agree on. Final Fantasy music is typically very, very good. I'd like to believe that most people have at least one favorite soundtrack out of the thirteen main games. Combining Final Fantasy music and a rhythm game seems like the most obviously brilliant idea in the world. Thank goodness Square Enix figured that one out for us." (3DS, Theatrhythm Final Fantasy)

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