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Liz Maas
A Few Hints On Final Fantasy Agito XIII
And they had to come from The 3rd Birthday's Twitter.
11.26.10 - 5:50 PM

News has been relatively - okay, really quiet on Final Fantasy Versus XIII and Final Fantasy Agito XIII. They did make a small blip on the radar at the Tokyo Game Show two months ago, but since then (and even before then) fans have been left wondering... and wondering. Finally, director Hajime Tabata talked about the game, albeit only a little bit - and on The 3rd Birthday's Twitter.

Now with The 3rd Birthday less than a month away in Japan, Tabata and his team have in fact been working hard on Agito, and fans should expect some new (solid) info in the new year. He did however, compare the game to The 3rd Birthday, not because the two games' content are similar, but that their core gameplay is. He cited The 3rd Birthday as an example of 'what the team is capable of,' suggesting that in the meantime that fans should pick that title up to get some idea of what to expect.

Tabata also got a little more specific about Agito itself, saying that it combines a variety of concepts. The battles are a hard clash between weapons and magic; the world a collision between four fantasies; and the game in general as a collision between two realities, ordinary and unordinary. In the end, he hopes to make a game that will 'exceed everyone's expectations.'

As we all know, Final Fantasy Agito XIII currently has no release time frame.


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