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Batman: Arkham Origins Cold, Cold Heart DLC Launch Trailer April 22, 2014

Posted by Maniac in Game News.
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The final piece of the Batman: Arkham Origins Season Pass is hitting a gaming platform near you today.  Set after the events of Batman: Arkham Origins, “Cold, Cold Heart”, Batman has to tangle with Dr. Victor Fries just in time for New Years Eve.  Don’t worry, Batman’s got an all new batsuit ready to go.

The “Cold, Cold Heart” DLC is included as part of the Batman: Arkham Origins Season Pass, which retails on the Xbox 360 and PS3 for $19.99 US, or standalone for $9.99 US.  The full version of Batman: Arkham Origins is required to play.  The DLC is not available on the Wii U version.

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THEATRHYTHM Final Fantasy: Curtain Call Announced for North America April 22, 2014

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The music from the Final Fantasy series is considered by many to be some of the finest music ever written for video games.  Much of it has been rereleased through fan compilations, or covered by professionals.  Heck, Video Games Live chose to include a track from Final Fantasy VIII to start off their Level 3 Album.  I mean, the battle fanfare is so well known people have used it as their ringtones!

To celebrate all the music over the course of the 20+ years of this incredible franchise, Square Enix released THEATRHYTHM: Final Fantasy for iOS and 3DS several years ago.  It included tracks from each of the thirteen main Final Fantasy games and a ton of unlockable special features.  Recently, I dug through every retailer I could just so I could find a copy of the game, and was really happy I did.

However, by only including songs from the main thirteen games, Square Enix missed out on the chance to include the tracks they produced for several Final Fantasy spin off games, as well as songs from more recent releases like Final Fantasy XIV or Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII.  To remedy this, Square Enix has been working on the first official sequel to the THEATRHYTHM series, THEATRHYTHM: Final Fantasy Curtain Call, but up until today we believed this game would only be released in Japan.

Today, I am proud to announced that Square Enix has revealed their plans to release THEATRHYTHM: Final Fantasy Curtain Call in North America this year.  Take a look!

THEATRHYTHM: Final Fantasy Curtain Call is coming this year to the Nintendo 3DS.