With a wide array of memorable music, adorable characters, and easy to pick up and play gameplay, Curtain Call strikes the perfect chord between accessibility and challenge in a genre where complexity and uneven difficulty too often dictate the tempo.
“All the world’s a stage, and all the men and women merely players. They have their entrances and exits and one person in his time plays many parts.”
Attributed to William Shakespeare, the previous quote may describe the characters that take the stage in Theatrhythm: Curtain Call, to a T. The many characters, spanning a plethora of different worlds that have been explored in Final Fantasy lore, some familiar, some less so, but all play multiple roles in Curtain Call, whether its a supporting or leading role.
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