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access_time August 6, 2014 at 6:36 PM in News by Charlie Grammer

Square reveals Theatrhythm: Final Fantasy Curtain Call contest

Grand prize.

Grand prize.

Square today revealed the Theatrhythm: Final Fantasy Curtain Call contest. All you have to do is submit a video of yourself singing, humming, whistling, or even playing the main theme of Final Fantasy on an instrument. All entries will be judged based on talent and creativity by none other than Nobuo Uematsu

If this sounds like something you’re interested in, check out the below video, which shows you how to submit your entry:

The Grand Prize winner will receive the following:

  • A round trip for two to an upcoming DISTANT WORLDS: FINAL FANTASY concert! DISTANT WORLDS: FINAL FANTASY is the world-touring symphony orchestra performing an ever-expanding repertoire of live FINAL FANTASY music!
  • A Japanese Limited Edition THEATRHTYHM FINAL FANTASY CURTAIN CALL Nintendo 3DS LL!
  • The official soundtracks of all 14 numeric FINAL FANTASY titles, totaling over 30 discs of music!
  • A THEATRHYTHM FINAL FANTASY CURTAIN CALL Collector’s Edition, signed by Nobuo Uematsu!

If you’re not quite good enough to snag the prize, but manage to achieve the honor of being the runner up, This person will get the signed Collector’s Edition, 14 soundtracks, and the figure. In addition, ten third place winners will receive the signed Collector’s Edition.

If you decide to try it out, keep in mind that, while they welcome group video submissions, only the one who submits the video is eligible to win, and if you attempt to have each member of a group submit, all your entries will be disqualified. In addition, keep in mind these simple rules:


  • Keep your submission under 1:30 (one minute, thirty seconds) to qualify!
  • Somewhere in your video, have a sign or piece of paper visible with the name of your favorite FINAL FANTASY title written on it!
  • Want to have a shot at being featured in an upcoming trailer? You’ll have a better chance if you’re able to perform the piece at 120-125 beats per minute in the key of F!

Will you be entering the contest?


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