Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call Trademarked By Square Enix

Theatrhythm Final Fantasy was one of those games that simply came out of nowhere. While the demo was enjoyable at PAX East 2012, many didn’t necessarily give it the time of day leading up to its Summer 2012 release.

But those that did take the chance with Square Enix’s musical rhythm game were pleasantly surprised. Theatrhytm provided a fun, challenging, and nostalgic adventure through the history of Final Fantasy.

That adventure may be continuing in the future, as Operation Rainfall is reporting that Square Enix has filed a trademark for Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call to see a release in the US region. The trademark’s description calls for musical video game software, meaning it’s likely that we’ll see another Theatrhythm game released.

Before getting too excited about seeing a return on the 3DS, it’s important to note that this could easily mean a release on mobile devices or the PS Vita. Still, it’s exciting to see the game get the chance to shine again.

Now if you’ll excuse me, I have some notes to tap and tunes to hum.

Share this article:

Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on linkedin
Share on tumblr
Share on email
Share on whatsapp

Recent Posts

Game Reviews

Hitman 3 Review – A Thrilling Conclusion

Hitman has been a fan favorite in the stealth Genre for years now and IO Interactive has spent those many years grooming and evolving the gameplay of Hitman. With games …

Final Checkpoint Podcast

Scott Pilgrim vs The World Impressions & News Round Up! | Final Checkpoint Podcast Ep. 72

This week Joel gives initial impressions of Scott Pilgrim vs The World: Complete Edition (review code provided by Ubisoft), the release of the beloved indie that was de-listed, only to …

Final Checkpoint Podcast

The Final Checkpoint Awards & Our Top Five Games of 2020 | Final Checkpoint Podcast Ep. 71

This week Joel and Ben break the standard episode format and present the annual “Final Checkpoint Awards.” With special guest Logan Myer, the crew hands out non-traditional awards like “The …

Fanatical Five

Joel’s Top 5 Games of 2020

Overall, 2020 was a pretty miserable year, but for us gaming nerds, the giving was good. I got to experience some of the great games, but also witness some of …

Fanatical Five

Ben’s Top 5 Games of 2020

Wow, 2020, am I right, guys? Oof. Although, I think it is important to not lose sight of the overall quality of games in 2020. Whether it was 2020 part …

Fanatical Five

Carlos’ Top 5 Games of 2020

2020 was a rough year but it was a year filled to the brim with great titles.