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Pre-Order Details for Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Announced

by Alex Culafi - April 19, 2012, 4:03 pm PDT
Total comments: 2 Source: (Press Release)

3DS owners can get their hands on a new premium stylus.

A gripped stylus and 17 character stickers will be offered to North American pre-order customers of Theatrhythm Final Fantasy, as stated by Square Enix in a press release.

The stylus itself is white with a black tip and features the game title on its side, as well as a circular extension at the top, customizable using stickers from an included sheet. The sticker sheet itself includes "the Final Fantasy franchise's most popular characters," says Square Enix, such as Squall, Chocobo, and Cloud.

Theatrhythm is set for a July 3 North American release on 3DS.

Square Enix Reveals Pre-Order Details for Theatrhythm Final Fantasy

LOS ANGELES (April 19, 2012) – Square Enix, Inc., the publishers of SQUARE ENIX® interactive entertainment products in the Americas, today announced a pre-order offer for THEATRHYTHM™ FINAL FANTASY® for the Nintendo 3DSÔ hand-held system. North American customers who pre-order the game will receive one gripped stylus while supplies last. Players can customize the game-themed accessory with 17 stickers that feature the FINAL FANTASY franchise’s most popular characters including: Cloud, Moogle, Lightning, Chocobo, Tidus, Cecil, Terra and Squall.

Adorably redesigned heroes from the catalogue of FINAL FANTASY titles set out on an adventure to combat memorable villains with the rhythmic taps of the player’s stylus. THEATRHYTHM FINAL FANTASY features over 70 musical scores spanning 25 years of the FINAL FANTASY franchise, and features music from key events, lush field themes and decisive battle arrangements. The game is set for release on July 3 for Nintendo 3DS.

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Talkback

xcwarriorApril 19, 2012

Oh my god that's so - ugh, I can't do it. This is is bad I can't even be sarcastic about it.

I might pick the game up, but this doesn't entice a preorder.

leahsdadApril 20, 2012

I suspect this is more something that appeals to Japanese audiences than western ones.    I for one would have much more preferred something like a free DLC song, which would have also cost Square Enix much less than mass producing and distributing these pens and stickers.  In fact, this "free DLC as preorder bonus" practice is pretty widespread now.  Why didn't they do that?

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