Agito XIII Is Final Fantasy Type-0
Xin    2011-01-18, 18:13 pm.

Another of the big reveals today was Final Fantasy Agito XIII, or as it's now known, Final Fantasy Type-0.

Why the name change? Game Director Tabata simply thought "the game wasn't enough like Final Fantasy XIII".

Type-0 will feature over 30 voiced characters, and will be the first (and most likely last) PSP game to require two UMDs. The voice acting along would warrant that, let alone the scale of the game.

The PSP epic is scheduled for release Summer 2011 in Japan~

Storm Owl    2011-01-22, 18:28 pm

"PSP game to require to UMDs"

what is that?

Storm Owl    2011-01-22, 18:28 pm

p.s. the link doesn't work :(

Xin    2011-01-23, 03:38 am

oh. TWO UMDS. 2. not TO xDDD.

Trailers wont be back up until the 27th, when Square releases them officially.

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Brendan    2015-03-17    4 comments

Final Fantasy Type-0 HD was released in North America today, marking the start of a week's worth of releases in various regions across the world. Yesterday, review embargoes were lifted and multiple publications were allowed to post their thoughts on the long-awaited western release of Final Fantasy Type-0. I've gathered a few key impressions and linked to the full text...

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Brendan    2015-03-15    5 comments

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Brendan    2015-03-08    2 comments

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