Date: September 15th, 2011 Author: Kitmitsu
News Category: Final Fantasy XIII-2
Tags: Final Fantasy XIII-2, Leaked, PS3, TGS, Trailer
Square isn’t having much luck with two of the latest Final Fantasy XIII-2 trailers managing to leak early. The TGS trailer due for release during the Final Fantasy XIII-2 Special today was released accidentally on the official Playstation Tokyo Game Show website earlier today but was swiftly removed. Of course, it was ripped just in time.
See the brand new trailer below to see possibly the best FFXIII-2 trailer yet, featuring the new theme song and wait…who was that?
Well here’s a surprise for everyone. IGN has seemingly fumbled and released a brand new Final Fantasy XIII-2 trailer early. The “Quest for Lightning” trailer appeared on IGN earlier this evening but was quickly removed. Evidently, it wasn’t removed quick enough as it’s been uploaded by various Youtube users. The trailer was apparently due for release on the first day of PAX, which is beginning tomorrow, but IGN have accidentally broken the embargo.
The surprise trailer features a huge amount of new footage that certainly is refreshing. A new character may even be featured but it’s best to see for yourself.
A little more has leaked from the Final Fantasy Type-0 demo. This time, the Type-0 world map has been extracted showing all four countries in their entirety. Although it’s small and not the best quality thanks to the method it was extracted with, it does a good job at showing the world we’ll be playing in. In the second image, the location of the Suzaku Peristylium has been added to provide some scale.
Thanks to our forum member Rabla for finding this.
The Final Fantasy Type-0 demo has been out for under 24 hours but anxious players have already started probing the game files for any new information. Luckily, there’s been some success. Here’s a few discoveries from our forum member Rabla.
The only remaining character not to have her name revealed, is the shotgun-wielding member of Class Zero. According to the demo files, her name is Cater which fits as she had to be number four in the naming scheme of the party members (note – this has been confirmed through the unlockable uniforms too). As well as this, Bahamut has been confirmed as a playable summon, though that was fairly predictable. The other characters and summons missing from the demo are contained within the game files but trying to use them causes the game to freeze unfortunately.
We’ll update you with anymore finds.