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Theatrhythm Final Fantasy is not Dissidia 3

Lately, there has been a new Final Fantasy game announced for the Nintendo 3DS, titled “Theatrhythm Final Fantasy”, which is a rhythm game that has a story somewhat like Dissidia’s story and has a similar looking logo.

Since it looked similar, there have been many people believing that this game is actually the next Dissidia game, thinking that rhythm was the genre Nomura was talking about when he said the next Dissidia game wouldn’t be like 012 was.

According to a Famitsu interview on Andriasang, those people were dead wrong.  Upon asked the question of whether Theatrhythm was the future of Dissidia, Tetsuya Nomura said No, and said that this was not what he was referring to when he talked about the next Dissidia being different from the original and 012.

Also, the Japanese PSN was updated last week and with the V, VI, and XI DLCs due for release on the US PSN this week, we can expect some more DLC to be announced soon.

I’ll be back with updates soon!
Trent – L2K


July 13, 2011 - Posted by | Uncategorized


  1. Honestly, who would think that Theatrhythm is the next Dissidia game? It’s obviously a spin-off of Dissidia, since it uses the same characters and a similar episode/chapter system but is almost strictly a rhythm game. Dissidia 013 and 012 were not rhythm games. .-.

    Also, thanks for the update on NA DLC.

    Comment by Shirokan | July 14, 2011 | Reply

  2. Yeh i dont know why people would think its dissidia 3 either. it looks cool tho to bad i wont be buying a 3DS unless it gets a really good final fantasy game

    Comment by Thomastm | July 15, 2011 | Reply

    • It does look intriguing. I am hopeful that it will be a double release with the PSP or PS Vita. There’s not enough on 3DS right now to warrant a purchase from me.

      Comment by Trent | July 15, 2011 | Reply

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