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To quote a bunch of other people who saw the trailer for the PlayStation 4 exclusive: “GG MS, you tried”. With that said, Sony had Square Enix unveil, or rather, re-unveil Final Fantasy Versus XIII as Final Fantasy XV, exclusively for the PlayStation 4.
At E3 2006, Square Enix announced the action RPG Final Fantasy Versus XIII. Since then, details have been few and far between. Many FF fans are tired of the silence from Square Enix and have banded together to protest it.
If you were all afraid and cowering in a corner about the rumors regarding Final Fantasy Versus XIII being cancelled, you can take a a sigh of relief as the chief executive at Square Enix, Yoichi Wada, has confirmed that the game is still progressing and the cancellation rumors are just that...rumors.
Supposedly, Square Enix has released some pre-E3 footage of Final Fantasy Versus XIII, only it's no longer called Versus XIII but instead is now being labeled as Final Fantasy XV and it will be coming to the PS3 and Wii U.
It's that time of the year and Square Enix has revealed their software line-up for this year's E3, but it won't include their action role-playing game Final Fantasy Versus XIII, which is a huge blow to fans hoping to have seen more of the game.
A batch of key staff members have left their positions at developer and publisher Square Enix, it has been revealed. Including the departures is one of the graphic directors for PlayStation 3 exclusive Final Fantasy Versus XIII.
Square released a lengthy six minute trailer featuring cinematics, gunplay, swordplay, vehicles and a lot of diverse gameplay.
Yes, it's true, there are segments of gameplay finally on display for both Final Fantasy Agito XIII and Final Fantasy Versus XIII
Final Fantasy nuts will probably go gaga over this new trailer but I can’t say that anyone who isn’t a Final Fantasy junkie will find anymore appeal in the video than the snazzy intro-piece that features some amazing effects and action sequences.
During my perusal of the NeoGaf forums I was in no way surprised to find a translation of the latest Famitsu magazine with details on the current setbacks for Final Fantasy XIII’s game brethren. When it was announced I knew it to be too much for Square Enix to handle