Date: September 6th, 2011 Author: Agent Dunham
News Category: Final Fantasy XIII-2
Tags: Dengeki, Final Fantasy XIII-2, Time Travel
Remember how last week, we found out Noel was from the future? Well he’s not the only one who gets to give time the finger. Now you can do it too! Dengeki PlayStation reveals a time-travelling mechanic in the game.
The Historiacross system works through gates in each area. By interacting with the gates, you can choose where – and more importantly, when – you want to go. The examples in the magazine show the Bresha Ruins both five years and three centuries from now. Using the system comes at a cost, though. You must use your treasure-seeking friend Mog to gather “O Parts”, which trigger the gates.
Why bother going to the future at all? Noel tells Serah that he saw Lightning there. If she wants to find her sister, the future may be the first place to look. Not to mention the fact that Noel is the last surviving human and wants to remedy that fact. And thus our heroes have embarked on a mutually beneficial quest.
Dengeki also has the first proper reveal on Lightning and her role in the game. As we already knew, she’s slumming it about in Valhalla, servicing the goddess Etro. According to the magazine, she’s not actually that far from being a god-like being herself.
Dengeki PlayStation is out in Japan tomorrow and Famitsu (on sale Thursday) is also set to have a feature on the game.
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