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DK Sigma 3713 Private Party 2008 Report
08.02.08 - 2:38 AM

At today's DK Sigma 3713 Private Party 2008 in Tokyo, Square Enix announced PlayStation Portable versions of the cellphone-based Final Fantasy Agito XIII and The 3rd Birthday. The former has yet to receive a release date, but the latter will be available in Japan sometime next year.

Final Fantasy XIII has been confirmed for a 2009 release in Japan. Unlike in the US and Europe, where Square Enix will bring the game to both PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, only the PlayStation 3 version will be released in Japan.

The blu-ray edition of Final Fantasy VII Advent Children, entitled Final Fantasy VII Advent Children Complete, is scheduled to go on sale in Japan next March. The first print of the CG movie will ship with a disc containing a Final Fantasy XIII demo as well as trailers of Final Fantasy Versus XIII and Final Fantasy Agito XIII. The release of a PlayStation 3 bundle is also planned.

Meanwhile, the company also announced release windows for Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep (2009), Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days (this winter), Kingdom Hearts Coded (this winter) and Dissidia: Final Fantasy (December). In addition to the standalone version of the PlayStation Portable-based fighting game, a PlayStation Portable hardware bundle will also be available. Furthermore, the sale of a "Dissidia: Final Fantasy Potion" is planned.


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