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Final Fantasy XIII is considered a great game by some and even a greater disappointment by many others. Square Enix has let it known that Final Fantasy XIII-2, while it may have the same name in its title, is a completely different experience from its predecessor.
Has the game changed enough to return trust to the faithful fans or should Square Enix have put its resources more towards the next iteration of the franchise?
Before you know it, February 22nd will be here and you’ll be walking into your favorite neighborhood gaming establishment/warehouse retailer to pick up your very own PlayStation Vita.
In case you’re wondering what to do next with said Vita, we’ve got the complete launch lineup of games available for purchase right when you power it on.
We thought we’d take a break from time travelling and monster collecting, to share our unboxing of Final Fantasy XIII-2’s Crystal Edition. This edition is currently sold out in most retailers, and consequently is very difficult to track down, but PS3 Attitude managed to get hold of one by using our unparalleled powers of persuasion (well, actually we just pre-ordered it).
The sequel to the much criticised Final Fantasy XIII is trying to steer the series back towards its roots, but has Square Enix done enough to reclaim its lost fans, those who were left alienated by Final Fantasy XIII’s never-ending corridor?
Unbelievably, it’s been two whole years since the release of Final Fantasy XIII, and it’s now only a matter of days before gamers can finally get their hands on its sequel.
To celebrate its release, PS3 Attitude thought we’d take a look at what Final Fantasy XIII-2 has that its predecessor doesn’t, and why gamers and Final Fantasy fans everywhere should be excited.
The latest gameplay trailer for Final Fantasy XIII-2 showcases some of the other things you can do aside from the main storyline campaign.
Final Fantasy XIII was criticized for being too linear and having not a lot of variety in its gameplay. XIII-2 aims to drastically change that with a variety of rewarding side quests, puzzle sections, and Captain Cryptic’s “Confounding Quiz.” Will it be enough to keep players interested, though?
One of the most intriguing features in Final Fantasy XIII-2 is something called Historia Crux, which allows the player to travel through time. If you’ve been wondering what this actually involves then wonder no more, as Square Enix have revealed all in a brand new gameplay video.
Square Enix has reveled what will be included in the North American Collector’s Edition of Final Fantasy XIII-2, as well as announced retailer specific pre-order bonuses.
Square Enix has released a new batch of screenshots from Final Fantasy XIII-2 today, and boy do they look beautiful.
The 22 images showcase some of the new locales you’ll be visiting as well as a glimpse at the new Temporal Rift gameplay, for when you’ve grown tired of battle after battle and want something a little more puzzling. Also, what would a post about Final Fantasy be without Moogles and Chocobos?
As part of New York Comic Con, Square Enix has released an epic eight minute trailer for Final Fantasy XIII-2, entitled, ‘Change the Future’. This trailer is an extension of the footage shown at the Tokyo Game Show last month, and reveals some intriguing new information.
Deus Ex: Human Revolution is set in the year 2027 and features biomechanical augmentations that allow humans to essentially transcend their physical bodies and execute tasks that would otherwise seem impossible. While Deus Ex may take place in a fictional world, the technology present in it isn’t as far fetched as you might think.
Deus Ex: Human Revolution is all about giving you several options to tackle a situation. However, many gamers find it hard enough to master straightforward games never mind ones that like to complicate things. Unsure if Deus Ex is going to be too fiddly for your liking? Check out this trailer from Square Enix because it should make things clearer.
In February 2010, the international version of the PS3-exclusive JRPG White Knight Chronicles was released, over a year after the game first appeared on store shelves in Japan. Despite selling well in its native country, the title failed to truly strike a chord with critics and gamers in the West, due to its lacklustre story, disappointing online mode, and several other issues.
White Knight Chronicles II came out a few weeks ago in Europe, this time only eleven months after it originally released in Japan (unfortunately North America is still waiting for a firm release date, but the title is finally expected to arrive in September). So, the question is, has developer Level-5 improved upon the shortcomings of the game’s predecessor?
At this year’s E3, 46,800 industry professionals, journalists, retailers and analysts arrived in LA to experience the videogame industry’s biggest event of the year, and with over 200 exhibitors promoting their latest games and hardware, this year was arguably the biggest ever.
We cannot offer you a complete guide to E3 2011 (that would require writing a book), but we can give you this neat list featuring 10 thing that caught our attention during this year’s show. We had great games and impressive hardware on show and a lot of stuff happening in-between. Enjoy.
Square Enix have released a brand new Final Fantasy XIII-2 trailer for E3, which reveals possible plot and character details about the sequel to one of last year’s best-selling games.
Square Enix and IO Interactive have announced the next chapter in the Hitman series; Hitman Absolution.
Once again players will take control of skilled assassin Agent 47 as he takes on a new and dangerous contract, only this time he has been betrayed by those he once trusted and is now being hunted by the police.
Final Fantasy V is currently in development to be released on the PlayStation Network for the PS3 and PSP, Square Enix announced today.
The game, originally released in 1992 in Japan, follows a group of unlikely heroes as they embark on a journey to save the world after a fallen meteor and a shattered Wind Crystal sends the town of Tycoon into chaos.
Speaking broadly, there are two things that make Deus Ex Human Revolution a very exciting game: firstly, it is smart, especially for a first-person shooter; and secondly, it looks supremely cool, as you can see from the latest screenshots from publisher Square Enix.
We are now in the year of the rabbit; that means, if you’re into astrology this is going to be an exciting year for you and your PlayStation 3, what with rabbits being known for their artistic talents and good taste. However, those who consider astrology to be a lot of superstitious nonsense may require further persuasion.
We advise unbelievers to look at the games released in January – LittleBigPlanet 2, Dead Space 2 and Mass Effect 2 – because these alone point to a good year. Each one is a blockbuster title and likely to be in contention when the awards are being handed out. What’s more, this selection is diverse and offers something for almost everyone. There are worse ways to start a year, that’s for sure.