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Square Enix Countdown Ends, Lord of Vermilion 2 Unveiled!

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263w ago - Just over a week ago Square Enix launched a countdown for a new video game title, and it didn't take long for some of the artwork to leak out.

Since then, the teaser site was updated daily with new images acting as clues, and speculation led to Lord of Vermilion.

Today the countdown has ended, and as pictured below the game revealed on the [Register or Login to view links] is indeed a sequel dubbed Lord of Vermilion 2.

To quote: Now that the countdown is over, the title that was shrouded behind mystery has been revealed. Come this autumn, the sequel to Lord of Vermilion will make it's way on the scene.

Unfortunately, no platforms have been revealed, but wouldn't it make a great PlayStation Eye game? Post your thoughts below!
 

Square Enix Teaser Site Updated Again, for Lord of Vermillion?

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263w ago - Today the Square Enix [Register or Login to view links] that was launched a few days ago has been updated again.

neo2046 of [Register or Login to view links] has deduced that it is apparently for Square Enix's arcade card game "Lord of Vermillion" or a related title... we'll know for certain on August 7th, 2009.

To quote: It appears Square Enix has yet again updated the countdown to their mystery game, which is set to be unveiled on August 7th in Japan.

In this latest update, images of a man and a dragon can be seen in the background. Thanks to the work of NeoGAF users, it appears this game has something to do with Square Enix's arcade game Lord of Vermillion, either being an new game or a port of the arcade version.
 

Square Enix Launches 'VII Days' PS3 Teaser Site, Artwork Leaked

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264w ago - Square Enix is taking a liking to teaser sites, amongst other companies like Atlus and Cyberconnect 2, in doing countdowns for reveals of Front Mission Evolved for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, Final Fantasy Gaiden for DS and more.

Today, however, a new PS3 teaser site comes in as follows:

Titled "0807", the [Register or Login to view links] features nothing but the words "VII Days" and a countdown timer that ends in approximately twelve hours.

We're guessing this is going to follow in the shoes of Hideo Kojima's countdown timer and start a new countdown in twelve hours considering that the date in the title of the page is August 7th, which is seven days from now.

While searching through the flash site, rykomatsu of [Register or Login to view links] has also uncovered some new leaked concept art (below).

As for now, speculate away in the comments below!
 

Square Enix States Star Ocean PS3 GameFly Listing is an Error

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264w ago - Two days ago a GameFly listing gave hope to PlayStation 3 console owners that Star Ocean: The Last Hope may be coming to PS3.

Since then, Square Enix reps have now confirmed that the retailer listing was made in error.

To quote: Sqaure Enix reps told Kotaku "We cannot comment on a PS3 release at this time." However, they went on to say that the listing on Gamefly.com was "an error and had been taken down from their site."

Well, not completely taken down. While searching for the PlayStation 3 release of Star Ocean: The Last Hope doesn't return anything but the Xbox 360 version, Gamefly still has the title in its data base.

We'll chalk that up to either a technical limitation or a preference to not have to upload the listing again should an announcement of a PS3 port be coming soon.
 

Square Enix: No Chance XBox 360 Will Compromise PS3 FFXIII

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270w ago - Final Fantasy legend and XIII producer Yoshinori Kitase has stated that the development team has not had to make any concessions for the Xbox 360 port.

Final Fantasy XIII is due out on the PS3 and the Xbox 360 simultaneously in North America and Europe sometime in 2010.

However, Square Enix has confirmed that the Xbox 360 version will be a port of the PS3 version.

To quote: [Register or Login to view links] brought word that development of the Xbox 360 version of hotly anticipated JRPG only began once the recent Japan-exclusive PS3 demo was released in April.

Some fans have expressed concern that content may be left out of both versions of the game due to DVD storage limitations.

Kitase dispelled that myth. He said: "The team is targeting to create an equal experience on both the 360 and the PS3, so there are no limitations. For example, right now we're working on the PS3 version first, and once we've completed that we'll really know how much game there will be to fit onto the Xbox 360 discs."

"So we don't know how many discs it'll be housed on for 360, but there won't be a chance that we'll compromise anything because, oh it didn't fit in the 360 discs...
 
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