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Square Enix Releases FF Versus XIII and FF Agito XIII Trailers
But only for a limited time, and for a select few. Sigh.
10.08.10 - 9:23 PM

To say there's been a dearth of information on those "other" Final Fantasy XIII games that make up the Fabula Nova Crystallis project would be an understatement. Over four years since their announcement, fans have been desperate for more than an annual news byte on Final Fantasy Versus XIII, and to a lesser extent, the PSP's Final Fantasy Agito XIII.

Well, this most likely isn't going to sate your desire unless you're a Square Enix Member. If you ARE, then great, head right on over to this page and enjoy. Let us know how you feel. But do it quick - the trailer will only be available until October 18th at noon, because it seems Square Enix is intent on keeping these games a secret, to the dismay of many fans.

If you still want more, we've quietly added a few screens to our gallery for Final Fantasy Versus XIII below (where they will stay unless we have to remove them!). The game appears to be shaping up nicely at least. As for those videos, there are some on YouTube if you poke around, but since I have little faith those will be available for long, I won't be linking any here. Good luck!

Final Fantasy Versus XIII and Final Fantasy Agito XIII will apparently be released one day.


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