What FFXIII Looked Like On The PS2
Xin    2010-01-30, 05:26 am.

The Scenario and Battle Ultimania books for Final Fantasy XIII are out in Japan, and among other various things, a few interesting scans have popped up.

Most notably, screens featuring the PS2 version of the game. It looks that it may have been an entirely different setting to the game we'll be receiving in March.

Link >> Ultimania Scans

And no, Yuna and Rikku were not going to be in XIII, they were simply used as placeholders until the real cast were implemented. Anyways, what could have been~

→Ne♠Ra←    2010-01-30, 08:20 am

Good thing they waited and released it for ps3 o.o;

kula shakerz    2010-01-30, 15:11 pm

Looks like they were going for a cel-shaded look :o

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