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A More Detailed Look At Final Fantasy XIII-2 DLC
It's times like this I'm glad acquiring DLC in the West is easier.
10.20.11 - 7:47 PM

Nearly a month ago we reported on what pre-order DLC would be available for Final Fantasy XIII-2 in Japan. Today we have a bit more news about exactly how you can grab all the goodies. An upfront warning: it's not cheap.

If you took a look at our previous article then you'll know that most of the DLC is included in the game's soundtrack releases. The CD single, published by Avex, includes the codes for both the Diva's Mic and Diva's Headphones. The mini album CD, again from Avex, will include the Goddess' Bangles and Goddess's Earrings. In other words, you'll need to buy both to get all that DLC. We've included an image (below) to give you an idea of where you need to be buying to get the DLC. Just to reiterate, this is Japan only.

Lastly, if you pre-order the game itself from Lawsons you can nab a new weapon for Serah. Square Enix have finally released an image for it, which you can see below:

The information Square sent around with the image somewhat indicates that the weapon, with slightly differently colouring, may actually be obtainable in-game too. This has not yet been confirmed.

For the latest Japanese screens, you can check out our gallery linked below. Final Fantasy XIII-2 releases in Japan on December 15th.


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