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Square Enix has a new Theatrhythm title to celebrate the much-loved music of Final Fantasy. Theatrhythm Final Bar Line gives fans ample opportunity to enjoy a huge selection of fantastic tracks.
Chris performs a ritual that needs more hands. Kelley has to clean just one more car. Ryan likes to think he can’t be replaced by Bing yet. And Jason just keeps yelling, “Barrel!”
Kelley is the master of the hunting horn. Chris is too old to play Solid Snake. Robert only steals from old people. And Ryan stuffs all the kids into the cannon.
Chris hugs a bear. Kelley’s kitten almost Leeroy Jenkins into a toilet. Matt knocks everyone out in Octopath. And Jason goes round right round with his turntable.
Chris gives everyone horse poop. Jason extolls the virtues of Alien Ant Farm. And Alex keeps things concise, as instructed.
Chris gets trolled by the bear cave. Jason sets optics to stun. Josh is hiding in a rest stop bathroom. Kelley stretches harder than she did for The Witch and the Hundred Knight. Also, find out how to increase your poop by 10 and express your opinions about Dragon Quest Soundtracks.
Chris is a nub on the internet. Kelley enslaves dogs to find silver ore. Ryan goes 8-bit.
Theatrhythm Final Bar Line launches in a couple of weeks, and Square Enix has given players an opportunity to try it out early. The company also showed some of its DLC and revealed more playable characters.
Square Enix released some additional screenshots for Theatrhythm Final Bar Line. They show some more of the titles whose music appears in the rhythm game, plus the in-game museum.
Square Enix provided some new info for its newest Theatrhythm title. Theatrhythm Final Bar Line will give players multiple modes when it launches in February.
Final Fantasy music aficionados will be able to play along to their favorite tracks early next year. A new incarnation of Theatrhythm is heading to home consoles next February.