Date: January 17th, 2013 Author: Agent Dunham
News Category: Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII
Tags: awful clothes, Lightning Returns, obligatory tag joke, Release, Screenshots, Trailer
So when can you can aid our brave and seemingly undying protagonist as she fights to save the world within 13 days? Sometime this Autumn (that’s the northern hemisphere’s autumn, my southern hemisphere brethren), or “Faaaawwwwwl”, if you’re one of them yankee types.
Accompanying this announcement is a bunch of shiny screenshots (showing recently-revealed character Lumina, as well as some of Lightning’s questionable wardrobe) and a new trailer. Some of the screenshots are duplicates from the last batch, I don’t know how they got in there, but just enjoy them again because removing them is an absolute chore. Lightning’s on a phone, that’s adorable, everyone should see that more than once.
To go with the newly released extended trailer, Square Enix has released some new screenshots of Lightning Returns. The screenshots recently appeared in the latest issue of Jump but now here they are in decent quality. The official artwork of Lightning in her new outfit has been released too. See them all below.
Today is a good day for all you patient Lightning Returns fans out there. The murky scan that revealed Lightning’s new look has finally gotten a higher quality and complete version, revealing several key screenshots! We can see several instances of Lightning traversing her environment, shots of the lovely city of light, even shots of the promised stealth elements! If you’re attentive, you might even spot a familiar face in the top-left screen.
On top of that, we seem to have our first official look at the game’s combat! Apparently Lightning won’t just be grappling with the new forces of Chaos, but with classic foes such as the behemoth seen in the scan. Now that we’ve had our first taste, it’s only a short while now before Jump Festa and the premiere of the Lightning Returns trailer to the general public. Stay tuned!
Thoughts on the scans? Head to the forums to discuss!
Square Enix has released a whole bunch of new goodies to make us excited about the upcoming release of Final Fantasy XIII-2; namely, eight new beautiful screenshots and a video that provides an in-depth tour into the newest addition to the Final Fantasy franchise. Check ‘em out below, and be sure to post your thoughts and opinions in the forums!
A special thanks to Ramenzilla for finding the info!
Yes folks, you read that right, more new screenshots have been released by Square Enix today
, to tease us more, of course. These newly revealed screenshots show more of the new environments, cutscenes, the Live Trigger feature, and a lot more of the new stuff that XIII-2 will introduce us. I’m not gonna make this any longer; just indulge yourself on the new batch of screenshots below!
Not contented with the previous screenshots released this Monday? Feast your eyes upon these new in-game screenshots and Lightning render, released by Square Enix today. More shots of the crystarium, monster menu, cutscenes, Historia Crux, and the newly revealed location, Augusta Tower, can be seen below.
Source: Final Fantasy XIII-2 WordPress
Square Enix has released new screenshots and a high quality render of Hope today. Some of the screenshots were featured in the recent Dengeki article. They are contained with more detailed views on Academia, the giant casino Xanadu, the temporal rift in its different modes, and a few battle screenshots. Fortunately, they are all in English. Check them out below!
Source: RPG Site
Well it was a major disappointment that earlier’s localization rumor turned out to be a hoax, but hopefully some new Final Fantasy Type-0 screenshots can cheer you all up. Famitsu has posted nineteen new screenshots including a couple of new subcharacters Lean and Tiz. They also include the full worldmap for you to pore over.
Famitsu has released 23 new Final Fantasy XIII-2 screenshots on their website today, plus the new Snow artwork which was seen in Jump last week. Information wise, they don’t add much that we haven’t already read in recent articles. Catching all 150 monsters does sound like quite a challenge though. Wait…haven’t we done that before?