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Submitted by Xerolt 840d ago | article

What is Project Crystallis Up To?

TechDeville writes: or those of you who are not aware, Project Crystallis is a fan-based movement that was created to gain information regarding Final Fantasy Versus XIII and convince Square Enix to localize Final Fantasy Type-0. Originally, I was very excited to hear about this and was glad to see that fans were taking some action. Like many other Final Fantasy fans, I too have been waiting for Versus ever since it was announced seven years earlier. Heck, it’s one of the major reasons why I purchased a PlayStation 3. (Final Fantasy XV, PS3, Square Enix)

kalkano  +   841d ago
Half of the point of the site doesn't even make sense. I understand trying to show that we're interested in a Type-0 localization. But, what effect do they think they can have on Versus? There is NOTHING they can do, to effect the pace that they develop it at. It's pointless.

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