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Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII Demo, DLC Available In Japan
Those are some neat costu- wait, what?!
11.26.13 - 9:28 PM

Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII went on sale last week in Japan, but that doesn't mean it's too early for DLC - or too late for a demo. Obviously, you'd need a Japanese PSN account to get in on this, but if you were at E3 or PAX Prime this year, don't bother with the demo - it's apparently the same one.

As for the DLC, available are three different costumes at 400 yen ($4) apiece, or 1000 yen ($10) for all three. Each comes with an outfit, weapon and shield. Check out below the Holy Asgard, Ultimate Liberator and Loveable Moogle Style sets.

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Now, I love moogles... but not that much. Yikes. If you still don't know what to think, we've got more screenshots in our gallery below. Or if, like me, you'd rather see Lightning as a dragoon, watch this video courtesy of 4gamer.

Square Enix plans to release more outfit DLC in December and in January. No doubt this DLC will be made available for Lightning Returns' Western release, though this has not been confirmed yet.


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