Date: October 14th, 2011 Author: Kitmitsu
News Category: Final Fantasy XIII-2
Tags: Artwork, Famitsu, Final Fantasy XIII-2, Screenshots
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?
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.
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.
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.
Famitsu have posted the screenshots from their Final Fantasy XIII-2 feature that’s in this week’s Weekly Famitsu. While the information was more or less the same as Dengeki’s feature, there’s now 30 images for you to gawk at. You can start to get a feel of the game’s time-travelling Historiacross system and see the differences of a single location in different time periods. Another special part of the feature was a proper reveal on Lightning. There’s several screenshots of her fight with Chaos Bahamut and Valhalla. To top it all off, there’s some direct feed screenshots of Yoshinori Kanada’s sequence.
Many new screenshots (a whopping 65 in total) have been released featuring a handful of the things recently highlighted in Japanese gaming magazines such as the 3 characters; Trey, Cater, and Cinque and also the Bahamut Summon. Renders of the newer character have also been included. Click “more” to see them all.
To go with the Type-0 screenshots, Famitsu has released a bundle of Final Fantasy XIII-2 screenshots, featuring 5 we haven’t seen before. Although there isn’t much new information we can extract from these shots, two of them do feature Yaschas Massif but during nighttime, showing the day and night cycle featured in the game.
Famitsu has released 16 new screenshots of Final Fantasy Type-0 on their website featuring many of the new characters revealed in their latest issue. There isn’t much more to say so see them all below.
As promised, Square has released a bunch of new Final Fantasy XIII-2 screenshots today. With them comes a render of the new Serah artwork released yesterday, as well as a mashup of the previous two XIII-2 trailers, featuring narration from Kitase and Toriyama.
The screenshots feature a new area known as Yaschas Massif, a location near where Hope received Alexander on Gran Pulse. The ruins themselves are of Paddra, what was once one of the largest cities on Pulse. The city is filled with soldiers and scientists searching for something.
Remember how Square Enix said they were going to release some new information for Final Fantasy XIII-2 today? Me neither. While anybody who’s a very cool and important somebody has been busy logging serious face time with that pretty spiffy Type-0 demo, Square Enix chucked out a few new XIII-2 screenshots which show a new gameplay mechanic.
Say you’re wandering about and you see a lone treasure sphere floating above a (in)conveniently placed platform that you can’t get to. What do you do? Spend 20 hours trying to figure out how to get up there? Nope! You can pick up your moogle friend and toss him over there to get the goodies. That must be how his face got that way – too many collisions with hard surfaces.
We’ll be seeing more XIII-2 info from Square on August 22nd.
Update: Even more screenshots have popped up online as well as some Moogle artwork. The three screenshots above have also been released in a higher resolution.
Source: Square Enix Members Europe