History WMG / TheatrhythmFinalFantasy

7th Dec '16 11:32:10 PM LucaEarlgrey
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* Considering it's a spinoff of a Final Fantasy game, it's only a given.

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* Considering it's a spinoff of a Final Fantasy game, it's only a given.given.

[[WMG:''All-Star Carnival'' will be ported to consumer platforms.]]
* Likely candidates for porting will include the UsefulNotes/PlayStation4 and UsefulNotes/PSVita (due to Sony's platforms being traditional choices for many ''Final Fantasy'' games) or possibly even the UsefulNotes/NintendoSwitch (as the first two games are on the UsefulNotes/Nintendo3DS); all of those have the twin sticks necessary to perform dual slide notes.
14th Aug '16 10:02:14 AM nombretomado
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Self-explanatory, really, considering the game's art style and premise[[note]] (alongside the fact that [[EpilepticTrees probably]] SE wanted this game to be part of the ''DissidiaFinalFantasy'' canon, but the idea of a Dissidia game on a Nintendo console [[ScrewedByTheLawyers was a no-go]] [[ExecutiveMeddling for Sony]])[[/note]], but there's still the question about ''how'' this game came to be. So, [[@/AlexSora89 my]] guess is that this game spun off from a custom quest (read: playable fanfic) from ''VideoGame/Dissidia012FinalFantasy'', since that game's Japanese version [[RegionalBonus allowed people to share their quests online via Mognet]]: one where a villain, most presumably [[AxCrazy Kefka]], got [[RealityWarper reality-warping powers]] from Chaos and used them to turn the heroes into their [[VideoGame/KingdomHeartsCoded avatar]] versions, as the game's quest editor allows players to include them into their speech bubbles. Square found out about that quest, decided AscendedFanon was a good idea and the rest is history. Or this game simply makes all of the heroes' avatar versions seen among the avatars in ''Dissidia 012'' an AscendedExtra. Either way, this is the theory.

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Self-explanatory, really, considering the game's art style and premise[[note]] (alongside the fact that [[EpilepticTrees probably]] SE wanted this game to be part of the ''DissidiaFinalFantasy'' ''VideoGame/DissidiaFinalFantasy'' canon, but the idea of a Dissidia game on a Nintendo console [[ScrewedByTheLawyers was a no-go]] [[ExecutiveMeddling for Sony]])[[/note]], but there's still the question about ''how'' this game came to be. So, [[@/AlexSora89 my]] guess is that this game spun off from a custom quest (read: playable fanfic) from ''VideoGame/Dissidia012FinalFantasy'', since that game's Japanese version [[RegionalBonus allowed people to share their quests online via Mognet]]: one where a villain, most presumably [[AxCrazy Kefka]], got [[RealityWarper reality-warping powers]] from Chaos and used them to turn the heroes into their [[VideoGame/KingdomHeartsCoded avatar]] versions, as the game's quest editor allows players to include them into their speech bubbles. Square found out about that quest, decided AscendedFanon was a good idea and the rest is history. Or this game simply makes all of the heroes' avatar versions seen among the avatars in ''Dissidia 012'' an AscendedExtra. Either way, this is the theory.



* Considering it's a spinoff of a Final Fantasy game, it's only a given.

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* Considering it's a spinoff of a Final Fantasy game, it's only a given.
14th Jan '16 7:01:11 PM nombretomado
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[[WMG:[[Videogame/SuperMarioRPG Culex]], SquareEnix's ''other'' world hopper, will appear]]

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[[WMG:[[Videogame/SuperMarioRPG Culex]], SquareEnix's Creator/SquareEnix's ''other'' world hopper, will appear]]
15th Dec '15 3:46:01 AM Morgenthaler
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Self-explanatory, really, considering the game's art style and premise[[note]] (alongside the fact that [[EpilepticTrees probably]] SE wanted this game to be part of the ''DissidiaFinalFantasy'' canon, but the idea of a Dissidia game on a Nintendo console [[ScrewedByTheLawyers was a no-go]] [[ExecutiveMeddling for Sony]])[[/note]], but there's still the question about ''how'' this game came to be. So, [[@/AlexSora89 my]] guess is that this game spun off from a custom quest (read: playable fanfic) from ''Dissidia012FinalFantasy'', since that game's Japanese version [[RegionalBonus allowed people to share their quests online via Mognet]]: one where a villain, most presumably [[AxCrazy Kefka]], got [[RealityWarper reality-warping powers]] from Chaos and used them to turn the heroes into their [[VideoGame/KingdomHeartsCoded avatar]] versions, as the game's quest editor allows players to include them into their speech bubbles. Square found out about that quest, decided AscendedFanon was a good idea and the rest is history. Or this game simply makes all of the heroes' avatar versions seen among the avatars in ''Dissidia 012'' an AscendedExtra. Either way, this is the theory.

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Self-explanatory, really, considering the game's art style and premise[[note]] (alongside the fact that [[EpilepticTrees probably]] SE wanted this game to be part of the ''DissidiaFinalFantasy'' canon, but the idea of a Dissidia game on a Nintendo console [[ScrewedByTheLawyers was a no-go]] [[ExecutiveMeddling for Sony]])[[/note]], but there's still the question about ''how'' this game came to be. So, [[@/AlexSora89 my]] guess is that this game spun off from a custom quest (read: playable fanfic) from ''Dissidia012FinalFantasy'', ''VideoGame/Dissidia012FinalFantasy'', since that game's Japanese version [[RegionalBonus allowed people to share their quests online via Mognet]]: one where a villain, most presumably [[AxCrazy Kefka]], got [[RealityWarper reality-warping powers]] from Chaos and used them to turn the heroes into their [[VideoGame/KingdomHeartsCoded avatar]] versions, as the game's quest editor allows players to include them into their speech bubbles. Square found out about that quest, decided AscendedFanon was a good idea and the rest is history. Or this game simply makes all of the heroes' avatar versions seen among the avatars in ''Dissidia 012'' an AscendedExtra. Either way, this is the theory.
31st Oct '14 10:01:51 PM kawaiineko333
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[[WMG: The cast of Bravely Default will appear in another Theatrythm game]]
* Considering it's a spinoff of a Final Fantasy game, it's only a given.
3rd Sep '14 4:12:22 PM rexpensive
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[[WMG:[[SuperMarioRPG Culex]], SquareEnix's ''other'' world hopper, will appear]]

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[[WMG:[[SuperMarioRPG [[WMG:[[Videogame/SuperMarioRPG Culex]], SquareEnix's ''other'' world hopper, will appear]]
2nd Jul '14 10:22:27 PM Doryna
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Self-explanatory, really, considering the game's art style and premise[[note]] (alongside the fact that [[EpilepticTrees probably]] SE wanted this game to be part of the ''DissidiaFinalFantasy'' canon, but the idea of a Dissidia game on a Nintendo console [[ScrewedByTheLawyers was a no-go]] [[ExecutiveMeddling for Sony]])[[/note]], but there's still the question about ''how'' this game came to be. So, [[@/AlexSora89 my]] guess is that this game spun off from a custom quest (read: playable fanfic) from ''Dissidia012FinalFantasy'', since that game's Japanese version [[RegionalBonus allowed people to share their quests online via Mognet]]: one where a villain, most presumably [[AxCrazy Kefka]], got [[RealityWarper reality-warping powers]] from Chaos and used them to turn the heroes into their [[VideoGame/KingdomHeartsCoded avatar]] versions, as the game's quest editor allows players to include them into their speech bubbles. Square found out about that quest, went "SureWhyNot" and the rest is history. Or this game simply makes all of the heroes' avatar versions seen among the avatars in ''Dissidia 012'' an AscendedExtra. Either way, this is the theory.

to:

Self-explanatory, really, considering the game's art style and premise[[note]] (alongside the fact that [[EpilepticTrees probably]] SE wanted this game to be part of the ''DissidiaFinalFantasy'' canon, but the idea of a Dissidia game on a Nintendo console [[ScrewedByTheLawyers was a no-go]] [[ExecutiveMeddling for Sony]])[[/note]], but there's still the question about ''how'' this game came to be. So, [[@/AlexSora89 my]] guess is that this game spun off from a custom quest (read: playable fanfic) from ''Dissidia012FinalFantasy'', since that game's Japanese version [[RegionalBonus allowed people to share their quests online via Mognet]]: one where a villain, most presumably [[AxCrazy Kefka]], got [[RealityWarper reality-warping powers]] from Chaos and used them to turn the heroes into their [[VideoGame/KingdomHeartsCoded avatar]] versions, as the game's quest editor allows players to include them into their speech bubbles. Square found out about that quest, went "SureWhyNot" decided AscendedFanon was a good idea and the rest is history. Or this game simply makes all of the heroes' avatar versions seen among the avatars in ''Dissidia 012'' an AscendedExtra. Either way, this is the theory.
24th Aug '13 7:15:31 AM Viira
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Self-explanatory, really, considering the game's art style and premise[[hottip:*: (alongside the fact that [[EpilepticTrees probably]] SE wanted this game to be part of the ''DissidiaFinalFantasy'' canon, but the idea of a Dissidia game on a Nintendo console [[ScrewedByTheLawyers was a no-go]] [[ExecutiveMeddling for Sony]])]], but there's still the question about ''how'' this game came to be. So, [[@/AlexSora89 my]] guess is that this game spun off from a custom quest (read: playable fanfic) from ''Dissidia012FinalFantasy'', since that game's Japanese version [[RegionalBonus allowed people to share their quests online via Mognet]]: one where a villain, most presumably [[AxCrazy Kefka]], got [[RealityWarper reality-warping powers]] from Chaos and used them to turn the heroes into their [[VideoGame/KingdomHeartsCoded avatar]] versions, as the game's quest editor allows players to include them into their speech bubbles. Square found out about that quest, went "SureWhyNot" and the rest is history. Or this game simply makes all of the heroes' avatar versions seen among the avatars in ''Dissidia 012'' an AscendedExtra. Either way, this is the theory.

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Self-explanatory, really, considering the game's art style and premise[[hottip:*: premise[[note]] (alongside the fact that [[EpilepticTrees probably]] SE wanted this game to be part of the ''DissidiaFinalFantasy'' canon, but the idea of a Dissidia game on a Nintendo console [[ScrewedByTheLawyers was a no-go]] [[ExecutiveMeddling for Sony]])]], Sony]])[[/note]], but there's still the question about ''how'' this game came to be. So, [[@/AlexSora89 my]] guess is that this game spun off from a custom quest (read: playable fanfic) from ''Dissidia012FinalFantasy'', since that game's Japanese version [[RegionalBonus allowed people to share their quests online via Mognet]]: one where a villain, most presumably [[AxCrazy Kefka]], got [[RealityWarper reality-warping powers]] from Chaos and used them to turn the heroes into their [[VideoGame/KingdomHeartsCoded avatar]] versions, as the game's quest editor allows players to include them into their speech bubbles. Square found out about that quest, went "SureWhyNot" and the rest is history. Or this game simply makes all of the heroes' avatar versions seen among the avatars in ''Dissidia 012'' an AscendedExtra. Either way, this is the theory.
30th Nov '12 12:00:16 AM Xalfrea
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[[WMG: SquareEnix is run by insane people]]

I mean, what kind of stupid, idiotic bullcrap is this, making a Ouendan game based off of Dissidia? Why don't they just make another fighting game Dissidia, but without the IdiotPlot-ExcusePlot hybrid they've been using from the beginning? Just make it like Smash Bros. or something, I don't care, as long as it's fun and playable.
* Just because Rhythm games aren't your thing, doesn't mean they're universally bad.
-->Square-Enix: Hey some people don't like these types of games, yet many people do. Oh well let's just scrap it.
18th Nov '12 7:57:27 PM illegalcheese
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Square-Enix: Hey some people don't like these types of games, yet many people do. Oh well let's just scrap it.

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Square-Enix: -->Square-Enix: Hey some people don't like these types of games, yet many people do. Oh well let's just scrap it.
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