Theatrhythm Final Bar Line
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Critic Reviews for Theatrhythm Final Bar Line
Theatrhythm Final Bar Line is full of charm and nostalgia, and its impressive 385-song tracklist makes it an enjoyable way to listen to and play along with the most memorable songs from the Final Fantasy series.
Despite that lack of propelling factor, I’m still completely engrossed in this game, playing it during any 15 free minutes I can find throughout my day. Though I’ve technically completed the game, I want to SSS rank all of my favorite songs, dig deeper into the libraries from Final Fantasy games I’m less familiar with, and show off my rhythm prowess against other players. This is a fantastic rhythm game set to the tune of arguably the greatest music catalog in all of games. While I would have liked more guidance in how to proceed, the musical content on offer is so diverse, so nostalgic, and so well done, that I have no problem composing my own fun.
Endless content and tight rhythm-based gameplay make Final Bar Line the best Theatrhythm yet.
Impressive efforts with a few noticeable problems holding them back. Won't astound everyone, but is worth your time and cash.
Theatrhythm Final Bar Line is the "homage" game that needed the 35th anniversary of FF, a title that brings together the best of its soundtrack with a fun and simple style of play, which both casual and hardcore players will enjoy. Add hundreds of things to unlock and an adorable aesthetic, and you have a great game.
Review in Spanish | Read full review
Theatrhythm Final Bar Line is a labor of love that is worthy of loving back - it's game packed to the brim with iconic songs, unforgettable characters, and fun excuses to revisit and collect them all. Accessibility options, versatile difficulty levels, and simple yet addicting multiplayer help make a great package even greater. Any Final Fantasy fan owes it to themselves to dive into this game and take a musical trip down memory lane.
The only negative that really stands out to me is if you want access to absolutely everything song wise you may find yourself compelled to spend a bit more money on things like the game’s Digital Deluxe edition as it has 27 exclusive songs. That said, the standard version should still have more than enough content to satiate most Theatrhyhm, Final Fantasy, and rhythm game fans.
A musical love letter addressed to fans of the Final Fantasy series, and one of the best rhythm games around.
Review in Italian | Read full review