Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call is actually the second game in this bizarre Square-Enix mash-up. The original game was released in 2012, and this sequel does what most would expect from any rhythm/music game; tweaked the mechanics and added some new songs. TFF:CC is definitely not going to rise to the top of mainstream popularity list. It might not even make it to the top of normal genre lists like RPGs and strategy games. But as a niche title, it targets, with laser focus, a very specific group, and while it doesn’t integrate all its different gameplay concepts smoothly, the basic idea of a music game set to Final Fantasy soundtracks is a crowd pleaser, provided you’re an FF music fan.