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Dissidia Duodecim Prologus Final Fantasy Goes To PSN Next Week
Also inside: some screens and a trailer.
03.11.11 - 3:36 PM

With Dissidia 012[duodecim] Final Fantasy hitting North American shelves in two weeks, Square Enix finally announced yesterday that the game's prologue, appropriately titled Dissidia duodecim prologus Final Fantasy, will be available on the PlayStation Network next week. Prologus focuses on Lightning and give fans a taste of what's ahead in the main game, as it will include a story mode plus an arcade mode with two difficulties to choose from. Players will also have the option to carry over save data, including items, from Prologus into Dissidia 012. By buying the prologue, players will unlock Aeris Gainsborough as an assist character. The more things you complete, the more items you will unlock.

To coincide with the announcement, Square Enix also released one more trailer.

We've also included a few screens for Prologus in the gallery below - look for the last five screenshots on the page. Dissidia duodecim prologus Final Fantasy will be available on PSN next Tuesday for $2.99 US. The full game, Dissidia 012 will be available on March 22nd for $29.99 US. Fans who pre-order at Amazon.com will get a code for 'Enforcer,' an alternate costume for Tifa Lockheart, while pre-ordering at GameStop promises Cloud's special Kingdom Hearts costume.


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