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Video: Dissidia 012 Duodecim Final Fantasy PSP Trailer First Look

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207w ago - Square Enix Brand Manager Rob Rutter has shared a video today spotlighting a first look at the Dissidia 012 Duodecim Final Fantasy PSP trailer.

To quote: I'm really excited to give you a first look at the new trailer for DISSIDIA 012 Duodecim FINAL FANTASY for PSP, our upcoming sequel to the best-selling DISSIDIA FINAL FANTASY.

If you've not played DISSIDIA before, here's what to expect: a mix of great Beat 'Em Up action and RPG gameplay depth, starring the most memorable heroes and villains from the FINAL FANTASY series.

You'll see some familiar faces from the original game in the video, as well as some new and exciting characters such as Lightning (FINAL FANTASY XIII) and Kain (FINAL FANTASY IV).





You'll also see some footage of the new Assist mode, in which you can choose your favourite FINAL FANTASY character to back you up in battle.

Check out the trailer and let us know what you think of the game.

The game is coming out next year. If you want to follow the latest news, you can also join our [Register or Login to view links] DISSIDIA fan page.
 

Video: PlayStation Move Bundle: Final Retail Unboxing

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212w ago - Sony's Social Media Manager Jeff Rubenstein has shared a video today of the PlayStation Move Bundle final retail unboxing for those interested.

To quote: You may have seen some new impressions of PlayStation Move recently.

A number of sites, both gaming and mainstream, received their press kits last week. We've been linking out to many of them on the sidebar, and we'll fully recap on Sunday's What We Read.

But what about you, the customer? How will your Move experience begin? We just got in the final retail packaging for the PlayStation Move Bundle. Here's what you get in the box:

Like we said in the video, the included demo disc is so stuffed with content - 11 games! - that we decided to make a whole seperate post on it. Look for that one soon.




 

Final Fantasy XIV for PS3 is Delayed Due to Technical Issues

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220w ago - Square Enix recently announced that the PC version of Final Fantasy XIV will arrive this September while the PS3 version is delayed until March 2011, and according to FFXIV producer Hiromichi Tanaka the reason for the delay on Sony's PlayStation 3 is due to technical issues.

In a recent interview with [Register or Login to view links] he explained as follows, to quote:

"We understand the wrath of players and developers are sorry because they did everything they could to have a simultaneous release date, but unfortunately they have encountered many technical problems on the development of the game for PS3. We strive to release the game as soon as possible.

If possible, we would publish the game sooner, we would like to start as soon as possible the beta on PS3."
 

Square Enix Has No Plans for Final Fantasy XIV on Xbox 360

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222w ago - During an E3 interview, Square Enix senior vice president of software development Hiromichi Tanaka has said that there are currently "no plans" to bring the game to Xbox 360.

To quote: "Currently there are no plans for a version for the Xbox 360," Tanaka told [Register or Login to view links].

"We are still talking with Microsoft about an Xbox 360 version, but at the moment we are only working on the PS3 version and Windows version."

At last year's E3, Senior Vice President of Square Enix, Shinji Hashimoto, said that "in terms of other hardware devices, including Microsoft's, we're considering all possibilities [for Final Fantasy XIV]."

We'll see if this changes in the future.
 

Nintendo Says 3DS Design Not Final, Launch by March 2011

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222w ago - Nintendo of America boss Reggie Fils-Aime acknowledged that Nintendo was seeking feedback from attendees and may still tweak the design of the upcoming 3DS.

To quote: "You know typically, at an E3, our engineers are looking for feedback.

You know, we have an army of Nintendo representatives out on our show floor talking to attendees, getting reactions to everything in the device: the depth slider, the buttons, the sliding pad that is, essentially, an analog-type stick.

These are things that we're looking to get reaction to, including the overall button placement. When we get all that feedback, then we'll finalize the design.

The one thing, for sure, is that we will launch in all of our major markets by March 31, 2011," he stated.
 
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