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Final Fantasy Type-0 demo on Japanese PSN August 11

Final Fantasy Type-0 arrives in Japan on October 13, after years and years of waiting -- you might have read about it in history class, under its original name of Final Fantasy Agito XIII. It was first announced as a mobile game in 2006, then officially moved to PSP in 2008, then renamed this yea...

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Final Fantasy Type-0 dated in Japan

Final Fantasy Type-0 (formerly known as Final Fantasy Agito XIII) will launch in Japan on October 13. Andriasang says the game, which comes on two UMDs, will cost ¥7,700 -- a hike from the regular ¥5,040 for most PSP games. Square Enix also released a new trailer, but to get a better i...

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Square Enix gives 20-minute demonstration of Final Fantasy Type-0

Thank goodness for discrete camcorders! Square Enix producer Hajime Tabata recently gave a 20-minute demonstration of Final Fantasy Type-0's fast-paced combat, exploration and airship battles -- thanks to one thoughtful soul, we can now watch said presentation in the video after the jump!...

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Final Fantasy Type-0's new trailer for a new name [update: trailer removed]

Early this morning, Square Enix announced that the game formerly known as Final Fantasy Agito XIII would now be called Final Fantasy Type-0 -- possibly as the result of the company-wide syllable shortage caused by the development of Dissidia 012 [Duodecim] Final Fantasy. Along with the new name, ...

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Final Fantasy Type-0 is new name for Final Fantasy Agito XIII

What was to be the PlayStation Portable entry in Square Enix's "Fabula Nova Crystallis" series is now considered a spin-off title with a new name: Final Fantasy Type-0. Director Hajime Tabata resolved the mysterious trademark filings at Square Enix's 1st Production Department event in Japan today, ...

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