“Theatrhythm Final Fantasy” incorporates FF music into rhythmic game

By Kira Grunenberg

SquareEnix released “Theatrhythm Final Fantasy” in celebration of the 25th anniversary of the Final Fantasy franchise. The series’ soundtracks have spurred worldwide acclaim and even an international symphonic concert program called “Distant Worlds,” which was held at many notable venues like: the Brooklyn Academy of Music, the Walt Disney Concert Hall, the Royal Albert Hall in London and the Sydney Opera House.

Nobuo Uematsu had been the primary composer for the Final Fantasy game scores from their inception through the 10th installment, so nearly all the scores featured in “Theatrhythm” are his work.

(video via. IGN.com)

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