Date: October 13th, 2011 Author: Agent Dunham
News Category: Final Fantasy XIII-2
Tags: Comic Con, English, Final Fantasy XIII-2, Trailer
IGN have posted a new trailer for Final Fantasy XIII-2 from the New York Comic Con. The trailer centres on the conflict with Caius, supposedly immortal and a kind of timeline overseer who has a bone to pick with absolutely everyone. He and his Yeul start getting in everyone’s faces and the whole tone turns antagonistic.
Points to note are Lightning’s avoidance when Serah asks if they’ll ever be together again and Yeul insinuating that Serah’s on her merry way to death if she and Noel continue messing with the timeline. Sounds like Serah might be screwed no matter what, which is great. Unless you like Serah, I mean.
Check it out below.
The two new Final Fantasy XIII-2 trailers that were recently shown at the Tokyo Game Show have surfaced online and in English to boot.
Xbox 360 Version
Oddly, these trailers feature the English dub and theme song over the original Japanese trailers, no reason for this can be seen exactly other than it might have been a quicker way for Square to get the trailers released in English.
Thanks to forum member Briar Rose for alerting this to us.
Square Enix Europe have been passive-aggressive and released the 30 screenshots from earlier today in English and at their native resolution. So now enjoy Noel, Serah, Lightning and friend, Historia Crux, Morality Bar Chocobo (because it’s blue and red, see) and Valhalla in a language you can understand.
Square Enix has released 5 new screenshots of Final Fantasy XIII-2 today, all in High Definition. Two feature English dialog, one confirming that we will of course be re-visiting Cocoon despite it’s semi-destruction (if you hadn’t already guessed). Another screenshot shows the great hand Noel and Serah fight during the E3 2011 footage seemingly bound before what we can assume is it’s release. See all the screenshots below.
The debut trailer for Final Fantasy XIII-2 has been officially released in HD and surprisingly, there’s a fully voice English version of it as well. The English version ends with “Coming Next Winter” so the potential for an early 2012 release seems likely. With the release of the trailer comes the launch of the North American official game site and if you hadn’t already noticed, the launch of the European site at a familiar domain. Watch the trailer and see the sites below.