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New FFXIII info from GamesCom |


  • Final Fantasy XIII will ship simultaneously on PS3 and Xbox 360 in North America and Europe in Spring 2010
  • PS3 version is 90% completed and the 360 version is 70% completed
  • The Xbox 360 version will most likely fit on 3 DVDs
  • The content and visuals between the two version will be almost identical, there maybe some subtle differences
  • The English voice-over will be lip-synced, so no dual language track is planned
  • Two brand new characters will be revealed soon in Japan. One is a young girl with silvery blond hair tied in a ponytail, and wear a sci-fi schoolgirl outfit, pink pleated skirt and lavish white top
  • The second is Sazh’s little son, with an adorable afro and innocent smile
  • The Paradigm Shift system was shown, in which your character’s setting can be modified. Available options are Overwhelm, Peacemaker and Aggression
  • A new area called Lake Bilge: The Waters Stilled is unveiled

I’m more interested in FFXIII Versus and FFXIV but FFXIII sounds like it’s is shaping up pretty good. I hope it’s worth the wait for most fans, unlike that other FF game *cough FFXII cough*

  • Stephencr

    I hope the ps3 version has better quality as presented, because the demo has lost much of the 360 quality graphics

  • No Kill Tayler

    People have been saying that for some time now, does anyone have a before and after pic when the 360 hit production?

  • Trieloth

    Iam not sure if Iam excited for a gimped out square game. Most of the games that they have been releasing for the 360 have sucked.

  • No Kill Tayler

    The first five minutes of infinite undiscovery and i exited the game. It was that bad.
    Blue Dragon however, was pretty well made. Except for the actors.

  • To think I was envious of all the love they’ve shown the 360 when all they’ve made so far pales in comparison to the few rpgs the PS3 has.

    All I want now is TOV for the PS3 to get a NA release.