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Liz Maas
Final Fantasy Type-0 Screens Added
Bahamut, party members, l'Cie and more!
09.05.11 - 4:14 PM

Our collection of screenshots for Final Fantasy Type-0 has grown quite a lot in the last couple of months. And here's another batch of media for Square Enix's long-developed PSP RPG that's due out in Japan in less than a couple of months. You'll find screens of everyone's favourite summon Bahamut in action, plus a number of the characters that we've previously met: the playable characters Trey (with the bow), Cater (magic gun) and Cinque (with the mace); as well as l'Cie members Qun'mi who fires missiles at you, and Zhuyu, whose talent is controlling fire magic.

The game's multiplayer system also got detailed a little more. Your friends can drop into your game as temporary 'guest' characters; without them, these spots will be filled up by NPCs instead. One of these is Kurasame, who's at a beefy level 54. The amount of time your friends can hang around in multiplayer mode depends on how many 'security player points' you have. These are acquired by defeating enemies, and of course the more you have the longer the guest can stay. Once time runs out, they automatically return to their own game.

Final Fantasy Type-0 for the PSP releases in Japan on October 27th.


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