Final Fantasy Type-0 Possibly Moving Abroad

G.R. Bradley at Rant Gaming discusses Project Crystallis, a fan-based organization to show Square Enix how interested fans are in localizing Final Fantasy Type-0 within Europe and North America, as well as reveal more information on the release of Final Fantasy Versus XIII.

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Carl_Shocker1901d ago (Edited 1901d ago )

" The story is set to follow the Fabula Nova Crystallis mythology, but is not set within the same universe as Final Fantasy XIII. "

Hopefully with the amount of time they've spent on it and the amount ot changes it's went through it wont even relate it to that crap anymore.

I hope to god this movment works, I would love to see Squares reaction from it

Lucretia1901d ago (Edited 1901d ago )

dude honestly. what does it matter what mythology it follows? the characters are different so who cares.

there are games based off of our universe that suck and are good, does that mean all games should stop because some werent liked?

Versus uses the same mythos as well so it doesn't matter. you can't remove that mythology.

and i just hope this game gets translated even if its just english subs and japanese voices.

DarkBlood1901d ago

psp version only? well my red god of war psp will be ready for this beast then

jghvhv1901d ago

Put it on Vita and give it some trophies.

DemonsSoulsUK1901d ago

Don't really understand why they haven't already localised it. It's like they don't want money.
A lot more people would be excited to have type Zero than FFXIII-3.

HarryMasonHerpderp1901d ago

I agree. I think they would sell a lot more copys of Type Zero than XIII-3.
Here's hoping the petition works!

amaguli1901d ago

Maybe, if the gaming gods are good to us, Square Enix is converting Type-0 for the Vita. In reality, I just hope they release the game over the PSN.

Baka-akaB1901d ago

I dont even understand how "it's a possibility" , it should have been a lock eons ago

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