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Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII Announced

Square Enix has announced a new game in the Final Fantasy XIII series at the Final Fantasy 25th Anniversary Event, bringing Lightnings story to an end.

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Final Fantasy XIII-2 Launch Trailer Released

Final Fantasy XIII-2 is out! With it comes a final trailer which neatly compresses all the good bits of FFXIII-2 into one minute.

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Final Fantasy XIII-2 Review

The long wait is over. We've finished our review copy and had a great time, so come read our impressions of Final Fantasy XIII-2.

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Final Fantasy XIII-2 Trailer Shows Off Variety

Square promised activities in XIII-2 to break up the endless battles and cutscenes, and it looks as though they've delivered in this all new trailer.

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New Final Fantasy XIII-2 Artwork

Check out these two new beautiful pieces of Final Fantasy XIII-2 artwork from the games Ultimania released in Japan!

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News and Updates

Hajime Tabata has been interview by Square-Enix’s own Gangan Comic Magazine, in which he gives a few brief new details on Final Fantasy Type-0. The interview reveals that they’re still keeping their cards close to their chest, even though there’s only two weeks until the games release.

The first thing Tabata announces is that the game should take approximately 40 hours to complete during our first run. A fairly respectable length, especially for a portable title considering FFXIII was 50 hours in length. Interestingly, Tabata also says we’ll be able to experience a different story surrounding Class 0 during our second play through. He doesn’t go into any detail about what we can expect.

Other than this, Tabata also says we can expect a thirteenth main character to go with the twelve announced so far. It looks like we might have to wait until the games release to see who it could be.

Source: Andriasang

Toriyama and Kitase have been interviewed by Dengeki Playstation, in which they reveal a few new details about DLC and how Monsters play out in your party in Final Fantasy XIII-2.

So far, a fair amount of DLC has been announced. Kitase tells Dengeki that we can expect a lot more with downloads coming out about twice a month after the games released. He does however say that it won’t be as simple as just downloading an item or costume. To unlock them, you have to clear certain requirements within the game, such as defeating a particular monster. Right now, they’re making the necessary adjustments to the game to make it so the downloadable costumes will be visible in cutscenes.

Dengeki has gives a detailed explanation of the games Summon Raid and Syncro Drive Gauge systems used by Monster party members.

Summon Raid

Some Monsters turn into crystal during battles. The amount that do is dependent on the Monster. You can set up three monsters for use with Summon Raid, each with different roles in combat. When the player switches Paradigm, the monster with the role best suited for it will be swapped in.

Syncro Drive Gauge

When a Monster is fighting with your party, it builds up the Syncro Gauge. When the Gauge is full, the Monster has the chance to perform a special move. It may involve the player performing quick-times.

Source: Andriasang

The official site for Final Fantasy Type-0′s soundtrack has been updated today with tracklistings of the entire 3 disc OST as well as previews for 8 of the tracks.

The previews include a wide array of the different music we can expect throughout the game. The soundtrack will be released a day before the game on October 26th in Japan and will come in both standard and collectors edition flavors. See more details about the soundtracks release here.

Final Fantasy Type-0 Official Soundtrack Website

New York’s iteration of Comic Con is right around the corner and Square Enix is bringing Final Fantasy XIII-2 with them. As well as the demo being playable at the venue, Square is organising a panel where they’ll be presenting artwork of Final Fantasy XIII-2.

The panel entitled “East Meets West: Art Direction for a Worldwide Audience” is taking place on October 14th and will involved FFXIII-2 art director Isamu Kamikokuryo showing final and concept artwork for the game as well as Deus Ex: Human Revolution art director Jonathan Jacques-Belletête showing off some from his game. The panel promises to be an indepth discussion, moderated by videogame consultant and critic, N’Gai Croal.

Square has also told us via Twitter to keep our calendars open on the 14th for new FFXIII-2 news. Only a week to go.

New Your Comic Con – Final Fantasy XIII-2 Panel
SQEX_EVENTS Twitter – “More to come”

Jump: New Final Fantasy XIII-2 Snow Artwork
Date: October 8th, 2011 Author: Kitmitsu
News Category: Final Fantasy XIII-2
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Since Snow’s reveal in the TGS trailers, not much has been announced about his return. That’s no different today but at least we have some shiny new artwork of him. The artwork shows him off wearing his new outfit and hairstyle while unfortunately pulling the Dreamworks Face. Jump doesn’t reveal much more so it looks like it’s up to Famitsu and Dengeki to help us out in the coming days.

Extended Final Fantasy Type-0 TGS Trailer Released
Date: October 4th, 2011 Author: Kitmitsu
News Category: Final Fantasy Type-0
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Square Enix has updated the Final Fantasy Type-0 website with an extended TGS trailer containing tons of new footage and the less than endearing theme song by Bump of Chicken. You’ll get to see all the recently announced characters in motion as well as what seems like a rather somber and spoiler filled ending. Watch all 5 minutes of it for yourself here.

Final Fantasy Type-0 Official Site

Soon after Amazon revealed that they would be including the Omega DLC with pre-orders, Square Enix sent out a press release announcing all the other pre-order bonuses available at other retailers. The other two stores offering bonuses are GameStop and Best Buy, each offering different incentives.

At GameStop you’ll receive the same alternative costume for Serah as revealed for Japan earlier today. No word on Noel’s alternative costume coming to the States yet. Pre-ordering at Best Buy will get your something a little different. Remember Episode Zero? It received a sequel cleverly titled Episode I which came with the Ultimate Hits Edition of FFXIII in Japan. It was an epilogue of the events of Final Fantasy XIII. The novella will be getting a collectible hardcover book with each pre-order from Best Buy. This will mark it’s first official translation into English.


Today Square Enix has detailed some of the first of Final Fantasy XIII-2′s post release downloadable content and it turns out one of the downloads will also be available in the US as their first announced pre-order DLC.

Square Enix is offering 3 separate downloads set to to coincide with the Japanese release date on December 15th. First is the Omega boss battle which is a coliseum battle against the series’ traditional optional boss, Omega (aka Omega Weapon). Once beaten, you can take his crystal and have him join your party. The other two announced downloads are an alternative costume for Noel and an alternative costume for Serah.

The Omega DLC will be available as a pre-order bonus in the US when ordered through Amazon. It can be redeemed on both PS3 and Xbox 360 but the download code can take up to two business days to arrive through your email.

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Remember all that Type-0 stuff released in Famitsu a week and a half ago? Well GAME Watch have done a similar feature but with much more detailed descriptions and tons of screenshots to go with them. There’s even some new stuff Famitsu didn’t feature as well as this piece of artwork. See the parts Famitsu missed out below.



Cranberry Knights

Suzaku Peristylium has thirteen Moogles dubbed the Cranberry Knights that are there to support the students and give them missions. There’s one Moogle for each class including Class Zero.



Subcharacters and l’Cie

Plenty of new screenshots of the newly announced subcharacters and l’Cie have been released plus some official artwork. There isn’t really any new details about the characters themselves but enjoy the pretty pictures of Aria, Carla, Naghi, Caetuna, Ninbus and Enkidu as well as the star of the games logo, Diva.

There’s much more so view the full article.


While purchasing the Japanese PS3 theme may get you special DLC in December, the international theme by Charice has the benefit of being released months in advance! New World, which is the Xbox 360 and international PS3 theme for Final Fantasy XIII-2, was released as a single on iTunes last week and now it’s made it’s way online for us to preview.

The single is a part of Charice’s new album entitled Infinity which will be released on October 5th. To listen to the song, download it off iTunes or listen to it in the video below.

Charice – New World | iTunes Japan

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