Of course, the game’s not perfect; some note charts can feel a little incomprehensible on the Ultimate Score difficulty at times, and Slide Triggers can seem finicky when you have to do them fast. But Ultima-tely, unless you despise rhythm games and/or the Final Fantasy series as a whole, Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call is an incredibly solid rhythm game, and one that’s hard to not recommend.

Curtain Call features material from Lightning Returns: Final Fantasty XIII, some of which was arranged by VGO’s Shota Nakama. You can catch Final Fantasy pieces being performed tomorrow night at Video Game Orchestra: Live in Boston at Berklee¬†Performance Center.