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The fourth quarter of the year is going to be an expensive one for consumers, as developers are releasing some deviously delicious games this fall/winter. Square Enix is no exception, as they’ve unveiled the collector’s edition of Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call for the 3DS, sequel to the original rhythm game released in 2012.

Square Enix has released details about a collector’s edition for North America, priced at $69.99. This bundle includes:

  • Limited edition of Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call
  • Collector’s edition packaging
  • 5 track Theatrhythm Final Fantasy remix CD
  • 3DS collector’s pouch
  • 20 track best of Theatrhythm Final Fantasy CD
  • 5 premium collector’s cards

The North American version will be released on September 16th, 2014. Fear not, Europe, for Square Enix is thinking of you as well.

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Priced at £44.99 and releasing on September 19th, 2014, the European Collector’s Edition comes with the following:

  • Limited edition of Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call
  • Exclusive in-game items
  • Collector’s edition packaging
  • 5 track Theatrhythm Final Fantasy remix CD
  • 3DS collector’s pouch
  • 20 track best of Theatrhythm Final Fantasy CD
  • 5 premium collector’s cards

But you better not rest on your laurels. Square Enix is only selling 5,000 of each of these bad boys, so you better whip out the credit card and forsake food for the next couple of weeks.

Are you ready to tap your way to a new level up with fantastic music and adorable chibis of your favorite Final Fantasy characters?

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Kayla Swenson is an aspiring author and former DJ from Seattle, WA that procrastinates far too much with video games to get a book out. When she’s not gaming until carpal tunnel sets in, she’s working on dreams of being a voice actor as well as a published writer. Follow her on Twitter @beltravi, Tumblr, or email her at yunie.swenson@gmail.com. Go, go, TEAM XBRO!

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13 comments

    1. They probably will do some DLC, especially if there’s a Final Fantasy release later. I know they did that with some FFXIII tracks last time, didn’t they? Offered it as DLC since that came out after Theatrhythm?

  1. Looks like some solid bonuses, particularly the remix cd and the pouch. It’s actually pretty nice to see a collectors edition that isn’t priced at $200 for a change.

    1. Agreed, this one is probably the most appealing CE I’ve seen in awhile. It definitely feels lighter on my wallet than the $130 CE for Xillia 2 I pre-ordered..

      I’m all about soundtracks so I’m excited for those CDs.

      1. Yeah, there’s been a big shift away from the artbooks and soundtracks of yesteryear. At least this is one place where SquareEnix sticking to old tactics is actually a good thing.

      2. Which makes me sad because I LOVE art books. I want to see what the devs were thinking when they designed characters. I’m an artist myself so yeah.

      3. Exactly, getting to see that inside look into the creative process is so special and valuable. It gives you a deeper understanding and appreciation for the game as a whole.

      4. Precisely! People always look at me like I’m crazy but if a developer has worked hard on it, I want to see the sweat and blood that went into it. It fascinates me.

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