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Square Enix’s Final Fantasy XIII was an exclusive PS3 game until the company announced that it was coming to Xbox 360 as well.
But once upon a time, the game was being developed on the PS2.
In what we consider to be a fairly big surprise, GamesMaster magazine has scored Final Fantasy XIII a respectable – but fairly underwhelming – 81%. So what’s the big deal?
The Final Fantasy XIV website has been updated today with details on character creation and the official story.
Plus, some new images have emerged, showing off the game’s fantastic visuals.
Are you excited for Final Fantasy XIII? So excited that you’re prepared to go the extra mile and purchase the Collector’s Edition?
Good because Square Enix has today announced Final Fantasy XIII Limited Collector’s Edition for Europe, with details on what’s inside.
Final Fantasy VIII has finally been dated for a European release.
Despite last week’s reassurances that the game would make a release in January, it will narrowly miss this month and will instead release on the 4th of February.
Cue the Final Fantasy VIII victory fanfare theme, the game is still coming out this month!
We know that there are a lot of Final fantasy XIII fans out there – in fact most of the team at PS3 Attitude are too – which is good because we have some good news.
The development for the non-Japanese version of Final Fantasy XIII has at last been completed.
Are you anywhere near San Francisco or the surrounding areas? You’re in luck, Square Enix is driving around in a huge bus with playable demos of Final Fantasy XIII!
A new trailer for Final Fantasy XIII features music from Leona Lewis and English voice acting.
Heading full-steam ahead into our Top Three Most Wanted games of next year, it’s no surprise to see some of the huge AAA titles coming out to play. And they don’t get much bigger than Final Fantasy XIII.
With its darker, off-kilter variant already capturing eight spot in our list, you could say Final Fantasy – as a series – is due for a massive year in 2010. For us fans, it’s truly a treat: two FF games in the space of twelve months.
SquareEnix, you must absolutely love us.
While some may focus on mega-title Final Fantasy XIII, it’s its darker, more sinister twin that takes 8th spot on our Most Wanted Games of 2010 list.
It’s quite amazing that it made the shortlist at all really, especially considering practically nothing is known of SquareEnix’s surprise package, and it’s only recently that we’ve even seen some gameplay footage. It’s simply a testament to the game’s alluring appeal and apparent departure from the norm that it garnered so many votes from the staff here at PS3 Attitude.
We knew it would be be big, but this big?
Final Fantasy XIII, released on the 17th of December, has already chalked up a monstrous 1,516,532 copies sold in its first four days of release.
The figures are from Famitsu/Enterbrain who also paint a pretty picture for the PS3 in general as SquareEnix’s much-awaited AAA title has also helped shift 245,406 Playstation 3 systems in Japan last week.
Final Fantasy VIII is now available in North America and will be out in Europe very soon. sw00t!!
The application for the PC version of the Final Fantasy XIV beta is now available. PS3 owners are left out at this time, but it does look like there will be a beta sign up eventually.
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Final Fantasy VIII is finally coming out in North America. When? Soon!
Square Enix is bringing the Final Fantasy XIII craze to PlayStation Home and it looks awesome!
We always thought that this was going to be an almost certainty, but it has now been confirmed that Final Fantasy XIII will be getting a Collector’s Edition next year.
We can pretty much assume that this is for North America as well as Europe, and Final Fantasy XIII fans should now be rejoicing at the news in both regions.
On Saturday, December 12th, music from Final Fantasy IV, VI, VII, VIII, IX, X, XI, XII, and even XIV were performed at the Rosemont Theatre in Illinois.
It was amazing.
On Saturday, December 12th, Final Fantasy fans across the world will be able to listen to Nobuo Uematsu perform in Chicago. This is of course assuming that you have tickets to Distant Worlds. Unfortunately there will be no live stream like Symphonic Fantasies, but that doesn’t get rid of the awesome.
This concert promises new renditions of the songs we all know and love and even music from Final Fantasy XIV will be played. Excited?