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Theatrhythm Final Bar Line Song List: All Included, Digital Deluxe & DLC Tracks


The Theatrhythm Final Bar Line track checklist is totally enormous. In whole, there are 385 songs out there within the base model of the sport – and Square Enix has concrete plans so as to add a spread extra music tracks to this totally huge music sport. This web page, as you would possibly’ve guessed, goes to checklist the entire songs within the sport – so you already know what to anticipate.

The preliminary 385 tracks you will discover as a part of the sport on launch are all from the Final Fantasy collection – whereas afterward, you’ll buy season move entry to DLC packs for music from Square Enix sport collection’ together with Nier, Mana, SaGa, and Chrono Cross & Trigger. In addition to all this, there’s additionally a Digital Deluxe model, which provides a bunch extra Final Fantasy songs to take pleasure in. This web page covers all of it, together with when you’ll be able to anticipate every DLC pack to launch.

This checklist has been compiled with the assistance of our buddies over at French FF fan web site Finaland, and was pulled along with data from numerous official Square Enix sources. 

Music Tracks included with Theatrhythm Final Bar Line

The track checklist for Theatrhythm Final Bar Line could be very massive, however that is partially due to a lot of it has appeared within the three earlier Theatrhythm video games – although there’s nonetheless some all-new additions to this sport, all of that are famous beneath. 

In gameplay phrases, the three core pillars of Theatrhythm are retained. Each stage is certainly one of three sorts – EMS (Event Music Stage), FMS (Field Music Stage), or BMS (Battle Music Stage), with the play setup and mechanics differing barely from one fashion to the following. Where we all know, we have listed what sort of stage every track is ready to. In some instances, a track has a number of phases of a number of sorts out there.

FF1   /   FF2   /   FF3   /   FF4   /   FF5   /   FF6   /   FF7   /   FF8   /   FF9

FF10   /   FF11   /   FF12   /   FF13   /   FF14   /   FF15   /   Spin-Offs & CDs

Final Fantasy

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There are 10 whole FF1 tracks in Theatrhythm Final Bar Line

  • Opening Theme (EMS)
  • Main Theme of Final Fantasy (FMS)
  • Castle Cornelia (FMS)
  • Battle (BMS)
  • Opening Theme (FMS)
  • Mini Boss Battle (BMS)

    Matoya’s Cave (FMS)
  • Mt. Gulg (FMS)
  • Airship (FMS)
  • Sunken Shrine (FMS)
  • Final Battle (BMS)

Final Fantasy II

FF2 is represented by 11 music tracks:

  • The Rebel Army (EMS)
  • Battle 1 (BMS)
  • The Rebel Army (BMS)
  • Town (FMS)
  • Main Theme of Final Fantasy II (FMS)
  • Dungeon (FMS)
  • The Imperial Army (FMS)
  • Chocobo Theme (FMS)
  • Tower of the Magi (FMS)
  • Battle Theme A (BMS)
  • Battle Theme 2 (BMS)
  • Finale (FMS)

Final Fantasy III

There’s 13 phases that includes 12 tracks from FF3 within the base model of Theatrhythm Final Bar Line, and so they’re as follows:

  • Aria, the Maiden of Water (EMS)
  • Crystal Cave (FMS)
  • Battle 1 (BMS)
  • Eternal Wind (FMS)
  • The Boundless Ocean (FMS)
  • Aria, the Maiden of Water (FMS)
  • Megalopolis Saronia (FMS)
  • Doga and Unei (FMS)
  • The Invincible (FMS)
  • Forbidden Land Eureka (FMS)
  • Crystal Tower (FMS)
  • Battle 2 (BMS)
  • Dark Crystal (FMS)
  • Final Battle (BMS)

Final Fantasy IV

As we transfer on as much as the Super Nintendo period of Final Fantasy, with that much-improved sound chip, FF4 finds itself with 12 phases utilizing 11 tracks within the base Theatrhythm Final Bar Line track checklist:

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  • Theme of Love (EMS)
  • The Red Wings (FMS)
  • Theme of Love (FMS)
  • Final Fanasy IV Main Theme (FMS)
  • Battle 1 (BMS)
  • Airship (FMS)
  • Trojan Beauty (FMS)
  • Tower of Zot (FMS)
  • Within the Giant (FMS)
  • Battle 2 (BMS)
  • Battle With the Four Fiends (BMS)
  • Lunar Whale (FMS)
  • Another Moon (FMS)
  • The Final Battle (BMS)

Final Fantasy V

FF5 will get a larger-than-average 16 phases utilizing 15 completely different tracks within the Theatrhythm Final Bar Line playlist – any person at Square should be a very huge fan of this traditional Super Famicom rating!

  • Home, Sweet Home (EMS)
  • Final Fantasy V Main Theme (BMS)
  • Four Hearts (FMS)
  • Battle 1 (BMS)
  • Harvest (FMS)
  • To the North Mountain (FMS)
  • Library of the Ancients (FMS)
  • Mambo de Chocobo (FMS)
  • Home, Sweet Home (FMS)
  • The Airship (FMS)
  • Battle 2 (BMS)
  • The Dawn Warriors (BMS)
  • A New World (FMS)
  • In Search of Light (FMS)
  • The Decisive Battle (BMS)
  • The Final Battle (BMS)

Final Fantasy VI

FF6 was arguably the primary entry within the collection to go sturdy on actually recognizable themes for each member of its core solid – and plenty of of these themes are represented in its 13-strong Theatrhythm track checklist for Final Bar Line:

  • Celes’ Theme (EMS)
  • Terra’s Theme (FMS)
  • Battle (BMS)
  • Lock’s Theme (BMS)
  • Edgar & Sabin’s Theme (FMS)
  • Protect the Esper! (BMS)
  • Grand Finale (BMS)
  • The Airship Blackjack (FMS)
  • The Decisive Battle (BMS)
  • Battle to the Death (BMS)
  • Celes’ Theme (FMS)
  • Searching for Friends (FMS)
  • Last Dungeon (FMS)
  • Dancing Mad (BMS)
The sheer number of tracks featured in the Final Bar Line track list is overwhelming - though much of it appeared in previous Theatrhythm games.

Final Fantasy VII & Compilation

Final Fantasy VII is exclusive in that it in fact has a spread of sequel video games and even a film – and Theatrhythm Final Bar Line options all of them in its track checklist. In the pursuits of tidiness, we have bunched the entire FF7 tracks collectively below this header – although denoting which challenge every monitor comes from:

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Final Fantasy VII (13 tracks):

  • Aerith’s Theme (EMS)
  • Opening ~ Bombing Mission (BMS)
  • Let the Battles Begin! (BMS)
  • Fight On! (BMS)
  • Crazy Motorcycle (FMS)
  • Main Theme of Final Fantasy VII (FMS)
  • Rufus’ Welcoming Ceremony (FMS)
  • Gold Saucer (FMS)
  • Cosmo Canyon (Aerith’s Theme (BMS)
  • Highwind Takes to the Skies (FMS)
  • Judgment Day (FMS)
  • J-E-N-O-V-A (BMS)
  • Birth of a God (BMS)
  • One-Winged Angel (BMS)

Final Fantasy VII Advent Children (9 tracks):

  • Advent: One-Winged Angel (EMS)
  • Beyond the Wasteland (BMS)
  • Those Who Fight ~ Piano Version (BMS)
  • Aerith’s Theme ~ Piano Version (FMS)
  • Battle within the Forgotten City (BMS)
  • Divinity II (BMS)
  • J-E-N-O-V-A ~ FF7 AC Version (BMS)
  • Advent: One-Winged Angel (BMS)
  • Cloud Smiles (FMS)

Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII (6 tracks):

  • Theme of Crisis Core ~ Succession (EMS) *NEW for Final Bar Line
  • Encounter (BMS)
  • Timely Ambush ~ Let the Battles Begin (FMS)
  • Flower Blooming within the Slums ~ Aerith’s Theme (FMS)
  • The SOLDIER Way (BMS)
  • The Price of Freedom (BMS)

Last Order: Final Fantasy VII (1 monitor):

Final Fantasy VII Remake (11 tracks):

  • Hollow (EMS) *NEW for Final Bar Line
  • Bombing Mission (BMS) *NEW for Final Bar Line
  • Tifa’s Theme ~ Seventh Heaven (FMS) *NEW for Final Bar Line
  • Main Theme of FF7 ~ Sector 7 Undercity (FMS) *NEW for Final Bar Line
  • Let the Battles Begin ~ Ex-SOLDIER (BMS) *NEW for Final Bar Line
  • The Airbuster (BMS) *NEW for Final Bar Line
  • Collapsed Expressway (FMS) *NEW for Final Bar Line
  • High Five (BMS) *NEW for Final Bar Line
  • J-E-N-O-V-A ~ Quickening (BMS) *NEW for Final Bar Line
  • Midgar Expressway (FMS) *NEW for Final Bar Line
  • One-Winged Angel Rebirth (BMS) *NEW for Final Bar Line

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Final Fantasy VIII

FF8 is again to ‘regular’, with out 1,000,000 sequels and spin-offs, since there isn’t any justice on the earth. However, it does get a whopping 18 phases, utilizing 17 completely different items of music:

  • Waltz for the Moon (EMS)
  • Liberi Fatali (BMS)
  • Balamb Garden (FMS)
  • Blue Fields (FMS)
  • Don’t Be Afraid (BMS)
  • Find Your Way (FMS)
  • Force Your Way (BMS)
  • Shuffle or Boogie (BMS)
  • Waltz for the Moon (FMS)
  • The Man with the Machine Gun (BMS)
  • Fisherman’s Horizon (FMS)
  • Love Grows (FMS)
  • The Oath (FMS)
  • The Castle (FMS)
  • Premonition (BMS)
  • Maybe I’m a Lion (BMS)
  • The Extreme (BMS)
  • Ending Theme of FF8 (FMS)

Final Fantasy IX

Nobuo Uematsu’s remaining solo soundtrack effort within the FF collection, FF9 is arguably certainly one of his most interesting works. In the Theatrhythm Final Bar Line monitor checklist, FF9 is represented by 18 phases, utilizing 17 completely different tracks.

  • Behind the Door (EMS)
  • A Place to Call Home (FMS)
  • VIvi’s Theme (FMS)
  • Sword of Fury (BMS)
  • Vamo’alla Flamenco (BMS)
  • Battle 1 (BMS)
  • Over the Hill (FMS)
  • Festival of the Hunt (BMS)
  • Dark City Treno (FMS)
  • Rose of May (FMS)
  • Iifa, the Ancient Tree of Life (FMS)
  • Something to Protect ~ Beatrix’s Theme (BMS)
  • Aboard the Hilda Garde (FMS)
  • Ipsen’s Castle (FMS)
  • You’re Not Alone! (FMS)
  • Battle 2 (BMS)
  • The Darkness of Eternity (BMS)
  • The Final Battle (BMS)
  • Behind the Door (FMS)

Final Fantasy X & X-2

The tenth FF title was the primary to recieve a sequel, and tracks from each video games seem in Final Bar Line, which means you get a few of that particular, funky FFX-2 music in addition to the extra conventional music of its predecessor.

Final Fantasy X (17 tracks):

  • Suteki da ne (EMS)
  • Battle Theme (BMS)
  • Spira Unplugged (FMS)
  • Blitz-Off! (BMS)
  • Movement in Green (FMS)
  • Mi’ihen Highroad (FMS)
  • Thunder Plains (FMS)
  • Launch (FMS)
  • Assault (BMS)
  • Via Purifico (FMS)
  • Suteki da ne (FMS)
  • Servants of the Mountain (FMS)
  • A Fleeting Dream (FMS)
  • Challenge (BMS)
  • Fight with Seymour (BMS)
  • Otherworld (BMS)
  • A Contest of Aeons (BMS)
  • Final Battle (BMS)

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Final Fantasy X-2 (7 tracks):

  • 1000 Words ~ FFX-2 Mix (EMS) *NEW for Final Bar Line
  • YuRiPa, Fight! No.1 (BMS) *NEW for Final Bar Line
  • We’re the Gullwings! (FMS)
  • Let Me Blow You a Kiss (BMS)
  • Under Bevelle (FMS)
  • The Farplane Abyss (FMS)
  • Demise (BMS) *NEW for Final Bar Line

Final Fantasy XI

As an MMO with many expansions that is nonetheless operating at the moment, there’s a complete lot of FF11 music to select from. It’s in the end repped by 19 phases, utilizing 18 tracks from proper all through FF11’s historical past:

  • FF11 Opening Theme (EMS)
  • FF11 Opening Theme (BMS)
  • Vana’diel March (FMS)
  • Ronfaure (FMS)
  • Battle Theme (BMS)
  • Gustaberg (FMS)
  • Heavens Tower (FMS)
  • Sarutabaruta (FMS)
  • Voyager (FMS)
  • Selbina (FMS)
  • Recollection (FMS)
  • Awakening (BMS)
  • Tough Battle #2 (BMS)
  • The Sanctuary of Zi’Tah (FMS)
  • Fighters of the Crystal (BMS)
  • A New Horizon ~ Tavnazian Achipelago (BMS)
  • Iron Colossus (BMS)
  • Ragnarok (BMS)
  • Melodies Errant (BMS)
  • Shinryu (BMS)

Final Fantasy XII

Hitoshi Sakimoto’s distinctive rating to FF12 has a unique sound to a lot of the remainder of the collection, and that rating is showcased in Theatrhythm with these 12 phases:

  • The Archadian Empire (EMS)
  • Final Fantasy ~ FF12 Version (BMS)
  • Streets of Rabanastre (FMS)
  • The Dalmasca Estersand (FMS)
  • Heart of a Child (FMS)
  • Giza Plains (FMS)
  • The Archadian Empire (FMS)
  • Phon Coast (FMS)
  • The Mosphoran Highwaste (FMS)
  • Boss Battle (BMS)
  • Flash of Steel (BMS)
  • Battle with an Esper (BMS)
  • Life and Death (BMS)
  • Struggle for Freedom (BMS)
  • Ending Movie (BMS)

Final Fantasy XIII Trilogy

Like its seventh and tenth siblings, FF13 had its story unfold throughout a number of video games, and Theathrythm Final Bar Line options some music from all three video games within the collection, together with some additions new for this entry within the rhythm franchise:

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Final Fantasy XIII (13 tracks):

  • Defiers of Fate (EMS)
  • Defiers of Fate (BMS)
  • Saber’s Edge (BMS)
  • Blinded by Light (BMS)
  • March of the Dreadnoughts (FMS)
  • The Gapra Whitewood (FMS)
  • The Sunleth Waterscape (FMS)
  • The Archylte Steppe (FMS)
  • Desperate Struggle (BMS)
  • Will to Fight (BMS)
  • Dust to Dust (FMS)
  • Eden Under Siege (BMS)
  • Fighting Fate (BMS)
  • Nascent Requiem (BMS)

Final Fantasy XIII-2 (12 tracks):

  • Warrior Goddess (EMS)
  • Etro’s Champion (BMS)
  • Paradigm Shift (BMS)
  • Historia Crux (FMS)
  • Last Hunter (BMS)
  • Full Speed Ahead (BMS) *NEW for Final Bar Line
  • Eclipse (FMS)
  • Plains of Eternity (FMS) *NEW for Final Bar Line
  • Groovy Chocobo (FMS)
  • Crazy Chocobo (FMS)
  • Noel’s Theme ~ Final Journey (FMS)
  • Heart of Chaos (BMS)

Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII (7 tracks):

  • Sacior of Souls (EMS)
  • Lightning Returns (BMS)
  • Crimson Blitz (BMS)
  • The Glittering City of Yusnaan (FMS)
  • The Dead Dunes (FMS)
  • Savior of Souls (BMS)
  • Chaos (BMS)

Final Fantasy XIV

Perhaps unsurprisingly, FF’s currently-ongoing MMO has a complete plethora of tracks, and really has the only highest rely for a single sport in all the of Final Bar Line – in the event you rely expansions as a part of one huge sport, anyway. There’s 33 FF14 phases in whole…

  • Answers (EMS)
  • On Westerly Winds (FMS)
  • Serenity (FMS)
  • To the Sun (FMS)
  • The Land Breathes (BMS)
  • Hard to Miss (BMS)
  • Torn from the Heavens (BMS)
  • Nemesis (BMS)
  • Primal Judgment (BMS)
  • Under the Weight (BMS)
  • Engage (FMS)
  • Fallen Angel (BMS)
  • Good King Moggle Mog XII (BMS)
  • Ultima (BMS)
  • Through the Maelstrom (BMS)
  • A Light within the Storm (FMS)
  • Oblivion (BMS)
  • Ominous Prognisticks (BMS)
  • Ink Long Dry (FMS)
  • Heroes (BMS)
  • Locus (BMS)
  • Metal – Brute Justice Mode (BMS)
  • Exponential Entropy (BMS)
  • Moebius (BMS)
  • Rise (BMS)
  • Triumph (BMS)
  • The Worm’s Tail (BMS)
  • Wayward Daughter (BMS)
  • Sunrise (BMS) *NEW for Final Bar Line
  • What Angel Wakes Me (BMS) *NEW for Final Bar Line
  • Who Brings Shadow (BMS) *NEW for Final Bar Line
  • A Long Fall (BMS) *NEW for Final Bar Line
  • Promises to Keep (BMS) *NEW for Final Bar Line

Final Fantasy XV

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The base model of Theathryhm Final Bar Line options 19 phases primarily based on FF15, which additionally occurs to incorporate music from a few of the sport’s DLC chapters. Unfortunately, it does not embody a few of the tremendous sharp tracks within the multiplayer mode that hardly anyone heard as a result of no one performed it. Shame.

  • Apocalypsis Noctis (EMS)
  • Stand Your Ground (BMS)
  • Veiled in Black (BMS)
  • Valse di Fantasica (FMS)
  • The Fight is On! (BMS)
  • Apocalypsis Noctis ~ Uncovered Trailer Version (BMS)
  • Flying R (FMS)
  • Invidia (BMS)
  • Omnis Lacrima (BMS)
  • Up for the CHallenge (BMS)
  • Somnus (FMS)
  • Hellfire (BMS)
  • Magna Insomnia (BMS)
  • Main Theme from Final Fantasy (FMS)
  • Noctis (FMS)
  • Shield of the King ~ Theme of Episode Gladiolus (FMS) *NEW for Final Bar Line
  • Episode Ignis Main Theme (FMS) *NEW for Final Bar Line
  • Home Sweet Home ~ Theme of Episode Prompto (FMS) *NEW for Final Bar Line
  • Dance of the Silver & Red ~ Episode Ardyn (BMS) *NEW for Final Bar Line
The Theatrhythm Final Bar Line song list isn't just limited to numbered FFs - plenty of spin-offs make it in, too.

Final Fantasy Tactics

Final Fantasy Tactics is its personal complete spin-off collection, although solely the primary entry, from the PS1 period, is represented within the included Theatrhythm Final Bar Line track checklist, for no matter cause. It’s repped with 8 phases:

  • Bland Logo ~ Title Back (EMS) *NEW for Final Bar Line
  • Prologue Movie (FMS)
  • Trisection (BMS)
  • Apoplexy (BMS)
  • Antipyretic (BMS)
  • Battle on the Bridge (BMS)
  • Ovelia’s Theme (FMS)
  • Ultima’s Transformation (BMS)

Final Fantasy Mystic Quest

Known in Japan as ‘Final Fantasy USA’ attributable to the way it was designed as a extra action-packed sport with a western viewers in thoughts, the FF Mystic Quest soundtrack is an absolute banger, it’d or not it’s a criminal offense to not have it represented in a rhythm sport. And so it’s, with a token 5 tracks:

  • Hill of Destiny (BMS)
  • Battle 1 (BMS)
  • Battle 2 (BMS)
  • Last Castle (FMS)
  • Battle 3 (BMS)

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Series

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The FF Crystal Chronicles collection is represented by tracks from 2 video games – the remastered model of the unique, and The Crystal Bearers, a usually forgotten Wii unique with a reasonably sturdy soundtrack.

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles (8 tracks):

  • Moonless Starry Night (EMS)
  • Today Comes to Be Tomorrow (FMS)
  • Promised Grace (FMS)
  • Monster Ronde (BMS)
  • Across the Divide (FMS)
  • Woebegone Creature (BMS)
  • United, Manifested (BMS)

Crystal Chronicles: The Crystal Bearers (1 monitor):

  • This is the End for You! (BMS)

Final Fantasy Type-0

A singular spin-off that in fact initially started life as a part of the FF13 collection, Type-0 branched off into its personal factor, and is represented in Theatrhythm Final Bar Line with 7 phases utilizing 6 tracks:

  • The Beginning of the End (EMS)
  • The Beginning of the End (BMS)
  • War: Warrior Worth a Thousand (BMS)
  • The Earth Under Our Feet (FMS)
  • War: The White Weapon (BMS)
  • Soar (FMS)
  • Tempus Finis (FMS)
  • Vermillion Fire (BMS)

Final Fantasy: The 4 Heroes of Light

These days, this Nintendo DS title might be most well-known for principally being a direct precursor to the Bravely Default collection. But it hasn’t been forgotten in Theatrhythm:

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  • The 4 Heroes of Light Main Theme (FMS) *NEW for Final Bar Line
  • Battle with Monsters (BMS) *NEW for Final Bar Line

World of Final Fantasy

A cross-over bonanza, World of Final Fantasy largely featured remixes and preparations of acquainted tracks, however did have just a few memorable unique items. One of them has made it into Final Bar Line:

Mobius Final Fantasy

Mobile title Mobius has now ceased service, however part of the sport now lives on inside Theatrhythm Final Bar Line, with its music represented:

  • Warrior of Light ~ Mobius Final Fantasy (BMS)
  • Dancing Edge (BMS)
  • Magic Madness (BMS)
  • Bloodthirst (BMS)
  • Femme Fatale (BMS)

Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin

The latest of the FF spin-offs to get a while on this sport, all 3 of the tracks repping Jack’s adventures are all-new for Final Bar Line – as the sport they’re from wasn’t out when the final Theatrhythm dropped!

  • Jack’s Theme (BMS) *NEW for Final Bar Line
  • Battle: Chaos Advent (BMS) *NEW for Final Bar Line
  • Battle: False Knight (BMS) *NEW for Final Bar Line

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Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo’s Dungeon

An FF spin-off starring the lovable Chocobo, this collection options numerous remixes from the remainder of the collection, plus some unique music, as proven right here in Theatrhythm. There’s 5 tracks whole within the base sport:

  • Raffaello Battle (BMS
  • Theme of Dungeon Hero X (BMS)
  • Pop-up Duel (BMS)
  • TBC?
  • TBC?

Dissidia Final Fantasy Series

Dissidia is probably the most outstanding of the FF spin-off video games, and the entire numerous Dissidia video games are represented in Theatrhythm Final Bar Line. In some instances these are remixes are tracks from different video games, and in others they’re unique Dissidia items.

Dissidia Final Fantasy (6 tracks):

  • Dissidia Final Fantasy Final Trailer (BMS)
  • Keeping the Peace (FMS)
  • The Decisive Battle Arrange ~ from FF6 (BMS)
  • Battle 1 Arrange ~ from FF9 (BMS)
  • The Troops’ Advance (BMS)
  • Dissidia ~ Ending (BMS)

Dissidia 012 Duodecim (5 tracks):

  • Lux Concordiae (EMS)
  • Dissidia 012 Duodecim Final Trailer (BMS)
  • Canto Mortis ~ An Undocumented Battle (FMS)
  • Gate to the Rift (FMS)
  • Cantata Mortis (BMS)

Dissidia Final Fantasy Arcade (8 tracks):

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  • The Rebel Army Arrange ~ from FF2 (BMS)
  • Eternal Wind Arrange ~ from FF3 (BMS)
  • Dancing Mad Arrange ~ From FF6 (BMS)
  • Ominous Prognisticks Arrange ~ From FF14 (BMS)
  • Antipyrectic Arrange ~ From FF Tactics (BMS)
  • The Beginning of the End Arrange ~ From FF Type-0 (BMS)
  • Massive Explosion (BMS)
  • God in Fire (BMS)

Dissidia Final Fantasy NT (1 monitor):

Dissidia Final Fantasy Opera Omnia (1 monitor):

Final Fantasy Record Keeper

Record Keeper was a devilish gacha-based FF nostalgia fest that’s presently on its technique to being retired – however a few of its good preparations have been preserved right here within the Theatrhythm Final Bar Line track checklist. There’s 8 tracks from Record Keeper whole:

  • Chaos Shrine FFRK organize ~ from FF1 (BMS)
  • Battle on the Big Bridge FFRK organize 2 ~ from FF5 (BMS)
  • The Decisive Battle FFRK organize ~ from FF6 (BMS)
  • Crazy Motorcycle FFRK organize ~ from FF7 (BMS)
  • The Man with the Machine Gun FFRK organize ~ from FF8 (BMS)
  • Blinded by Light FFRK organize ~ from FF13 (BMS)
  • Stand Your Ground FFRK organize ~ from FF15 (BMS)
  • Utakata FFRK organize ~ From FF Type-0 (BMS)

Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Series

Yep, this rhythm compilation has a bunch of tracks that come from… different entries on this rhythm compilation collection. It’s sufficient to make you go cross-eyed. These are all particular, unique preparations that featured in every Theatrhythm sport previous:

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Theatrhyhm Final Fantasy (3 tracks):

  • Chaos Shrine TFF Menu Ver. ~ from FF1 (BMS)
  • Return of the Warrior TFF Menu Ver. ~ from FF3 (BMS)
  • Battle on the Big Bridge TFF Menu Ver. ~ from FF5 (BMS)

Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call (3 tracks):

  • TFF Curtain Call Special Arrange Medley (EMS)
  • Attack Team TFFCC Menu Ver. ~ from FFT (BMS)
  • TFF Curtain Call Special Arrange Medley LONG Ver. (BMS) *NEW for Final Bar Line

Theatrhythm Final Fantasy All-Star Carnival (9 tracks):

  • Prelude TFFAC Menu Ver ~ from FF1 (FMS)
  • Matoya’s Cave TFFAC Ver ~ from FF1 (FMS)
  • The Red Wings TFFAC Ver ~ from FF4 (FMS)
  • Ahead on our Way TFFAC Ver ~ from FF5 (BMS)
  • Battle on the Big Bridge TFFAC Ver ~ from FF5 (BMS)
  • Locke’s Theme TFFAC Ver ~ from FF6 (BMS)
  • J-E-N-O-V-A TFFAC Ver ~ from FF7
  • Fight With Seymour TFFAC Ver ~ from FF10
  • Special Arrange Medley TFFAC Ver (BMS)

Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Final Bar Line (2 tracks):

  • FF7 Special Arrange Medley (BMS) *NEW for Final Bar Line
  • Final Bar Line Special Batlte Arrange Medley (BMS) *NEW for Final Bar Line

Music from Arrangement CDs

A handful of tracks in Theatrhythm Final Bar Line come from just a few music CDs launched through the years. They are as follows:

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From Final Fantasy Tribute -Thanks- (1 monitor):

From Bra*Bra Final Fantasy Brass De Bravo 1 & 2 (4 tracks):

  • FF Moogles’ Theme (FMS)
  • FF Medley (FMS)
  • Battle on the Big Bridge (BMS)
  • Mambo de Chocobo (FMS)

Digital Deluxe Version Music Tracks

The Digital Deluxe Edition adds a number of additional songs to the Theatrhythm Final Bar Line song list from a variety of FF games.

If you pay the additional money to choose up the digitial deluxe model of the sport, you will get a slight improve to the Theatrhythm Final Bar Line track checklist, unlocking these additions to your playlist instantly as a bit of additional DLC – your deluxe bonus:

  • FF1 – Battle Scene 2 ~ Modulation FF Arrangement (BMS)
  • FF3 – Zephyr Memories ~ Legend of the Eternal Wind (FMS)
  • FF3 – Sailing Enterprise The Invincible ~ SQ Chips Ver. (FMS)
  • FF5 – Clash on the Big Bridge ~ The Black Mages Ver. (BMS)
  • FF5 – Clash on the Big Bridge ~ Modulation FF Arrangement (BMS)
  • FF6 – Decisive Battle ~ Acoustic Arrangements Ver. (BMS)
  • FF7 – Cosmo Canyon ~ Collabo Arrange (FMS)
  • FF7 – Aerith’s Theme ~ Collabo Arrange (?)
  • Crisis Core FF7 – Why (FMS)
  • FF8 – Eyes on Me (FMS)
  • FF9 – You’re Not Alone ~ Battle SQ Ver. (?)
  • FF9 – Melodies of Life (FMS)
  • FF10 – To Zanarkand (FMS)
  • FF10 – The Skies Above ~ The Black Mages Ver. (BMS)
  • FF10-2 – Real Emotion (BMS)
  • FF10-2 Eternity ~ Memory of Lightwaves (FMS)
  • FF11 – Distant Worlds (FMS)
  • FF11 – Fighters of the Crystal ~ The Star Onions Ver. (?)
  • FF12 – Kiss Me Goodbye (FMS)
  • FF13 – Hope ~ Symphonic Poem Ver. (?)
  • FF13 – Eternal Love (FMS)
  • FF13 – Blinded By Light ~ SE Jazz Ver. (?)
  • FF Type-0 – Zero (BMS)
  • Crystal Chronicles – Kaze no ne (FMS)
  • FF14 Heavensward – Rise ~ The Primals (BMS)
  • FF14 Shadowbringers – A Long Fall (?)
  • More SQ Arrangement Album – Duugem De Chocobo (?)

DLC & Season Pass Content

Many other Square Enix series, including Nier, will be added to the Theatrhythm Final Bar Line song list as paid DLC following its release.

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Throughout the course of 2023, and maybe past, Theatrhythm Final Bar Line will see DLC releases that vastly broaden the library of music within the sport. The Season Pass DLC will embody a spread of songs from sport collection past Final Fantasy – with the primary drops arriving in February 2023.

In addition to unlocking the songs, these DLC packs may also add some characters from the video games in query so as to add to your occasion, and you may journey by backgrounds by these video games when taking part in these phases and songs.

Season Pass 1 – SaGa, Nier, Live A Live, and The World Ends With You

SaGa Volume 1 (sixteenth Feb 2023):

  • Enraged Battle [FF Legend]
  • Struggle to the Death [FF Legend 2]
  • The Conflict [Romancing SaGa]
  • Horrible Shadow [Romancing SaGa]
  • Beat Them Up! [Romancing SaGa]
  • Coup de Grace [Romancing SaGa]
  • Ardent Rhythm / Passionate Rhythm [Romancing SaGa ~ Minstrel Song]

Live A Live (1st March 2023):

  • Megalomania
  • Live A Live
  • Birds Fly, Fish Swim
  • Go! Go! Steel Titan!

The World Ends With You (fifteenth March 2023):

  • World is Yours [Neo TWEWY]
  • Your Ocean [Neo TWEWY]
  • Breaking Free [Neo TWEWY]
  • Twister [TWEWY]
  • Calling [TWEWY]
  • Someday [TWEWY]

Nier Automata (29 March 2023):

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  • Dependent Weakling
  • Weight of the World
  • Amusement Park
  • A Beautiful Song
  • Emil’s Shop

SaGa Vol. 2 (twelfth April 2023):

  • The Celestial Protectors [SaGa Scarlet Grace: Ambitions]
  • Battle 4 [SaGa Frontier]
  • Alone [SaGa Frontier]
  • Battle 5 [SaGa Frontier]
  • Last Battle ~ T260G [SaGa Frontier]
  • Feldschlacht III  [SaGa Frontier 2]
  • Misgestalt [SaGa Frontier 2]
  • Battle Theme 1 [Unlimited SaGa]

Season Pass 2 – Nier, Chrono, Mana, and Octopath

Nier Gestalt/Replicant (twenty sixth April 2023):

  • Fleeting Words / Outsider
  • Song of the Ancients – Fate
  • Hill of Radiant Winds
  • Kaine / Salvation
  • Song of the Ancients / Devola
  • Shadowlord

Chrono Trigger & Cross Vol. 1 (seventeenth May 2023):

  • Wings that Cross Time [Chrono Trigger]
  • Chrono Trigger [Chrono Trigger]
  • Boss Battle 2 [Chrono Trigger]
  • Battle with Magus [Chrono Trigger]
  • Corridors of Time [Chrono Trigger]
  • Radical Dreamers ~ Le Trésor Interdit  [Chrono Cross]

Chrono Trigger & Cross Vol. 2 (seventh June 2023):

  • Robo’s Theme [Chrono Trigger]
  • Wind Scene [Chrono Trigger]
  • Frog’s Theme [Chrono Trigger]
  • World Revolution [Chrono Trigger]
  • To Far Away Times [Chrono Trigger]
  • Scars of Time [Chrono Cross]

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Mana Volume 1 (twenty eighth June 2023):

  • Nuclear Fusion [Trials of Mana]
  • Sacrifice Part 3 [Trials of Mana]
  • Swivel [Trials of Mana]
  • Powell [Trials of Mana]
  • Meridian Child [Trials of Mana]
  • In Search of the Sword of Mana [Sword of Mana]
  • Battle 2 [Sword of Mana]

Octopath Traveler (nineteenth June 2023):

  • Battle at Journey’s End
  • Primrose, the Dancer
  • Daughter of the Dark God
  • Main Theme
  • Decisive Battle 2

Season Pass 3 – SaGa, Mana, Xenogears, and extra

SaGa Vol. 3 – ninth August 2023:

  • Even Higher [Romancing SaGa re;universe]
  • Title Screen [Romancing SaGa 2]
  • Encounter with the Seven Heroes [Romancing SaGa 2]
  • The Ultimate Confrontation [Romancing SaGa 2]
  • Four Sinistrals Battle 1 [Romancing SaGa 3]
  • Four Sinistrals Battle 2 [Romancing SaGa 3]
  • The Ultimate Confrontation [Romancing SaGa 3]

Mana Vol. 2 – thirtieth August 2023:

  • Darkness Nova [Legend of Mana]
  • Bejeweled City in Ruins [Legend of Mana]
  • Hometown of Domina [Legend of Mana]
  • Meridian Dance [Secret of Mana]
  • Into the Thick of It [Secret of Mana]
  • Danger [Secret of Mana]

Xenogears – twentieth September 2023:

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  • Blazing Knights
  • Soaring
  • Awakening

??? – eleventh October 2023:

??? – 1st November 2023:

 

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