Date: September 13th, 2012 Author: Kitmitsu
News Category: Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII
Tags: Development, Lightning Returns, Square Enix, Video
Square Enix has released a video showcasing the development studio behind Lightning Returns on their official Youtube channel. In it you can see a lot of people sitting in a room watching Youtube videos, some blurred PCs, and about 2 seconds of Lightning Returns pre-alpha footage. When they attempted to film the Versus studio, they realised no one could remember if it actually existed.
Final Fantasy XIII-2 is now on sale in Japan, and the live streams have already begun. There are several around but naturally, they don’t last forever. Thankfully, some clever soul has captured over seven hours of Leta_jp’s streams in extremely high quality from the very beginning. Presumably, it’ll be updated the more they play. So if you have no patience and want to see the full game for yourself now, watch the first part of the stream below.
If you want to watch the action live from other live streamers, take a look at this thread on our forums to see which ones are currently available. Spoilers naturally.
The first video is split into three parts, each roughly 1 hour 45 long. To watch the second and third parts of it, visit this link. To watch the second video, click the part 2 video in the Other videos section on that page.
Square Enix have posted a huge Final Fantasy XIII-2 video on their official Japanese Youtube channel, featuring tons of new gameplay and interviews with the developers. The 18 minute video has us following around some guy (no idea who) test playing FFXIII-2 for the first 8 minutes and speaking to the developers for most of the rest. Watch below to see new gameplay and the horrifying Chocobo lady.
Ready or not, Square Enix has released a new Final Fantasy XIII-2 video highlighting the game’s environments.
Thanks to IGN you can watch the video below.
Naturally, Square wants to not only emphasize the environments themselves but also the fact that they are a little bit more involved this time around, showing you the actual maps touting “Multiple Paths to Explore”