|Why can't we just take Setzer's airship?|
|By hitting enough notes in a string of shiny ones, you summon a spirit in the battle stages and chocobo in field stages.|
|He's watching you.|
|Just whose line is it anyway?|
Through the game’s street pass functionality, players exchange personalized profile cards. On the front is one of 4 backdrops of your choosing, a character of your choosing (starting with the first 13 playable ones, with others unlocked later), a personal message you type yourself, and a title composed of 3 pre-written segments (also unlocked) consisting of an adverb, adjective, and noun, in that order. The back of the card shows some records, your current party, and your most played song. If you want, you can also attach your favorite song combination from the Chaos Shrine to share with others. The street pass in Theatrhythm is only a slightly more advanced form of the built-in 3DS street pass, which was already enjoyable itself. I always like features that allow for personalization, and with the expansive number of title combinations and characters, it’s unlikely for people to have identical cards. It’s a fun diversion, but not one you’ll be often returning to.