The Lost Gamer writes "Within the 'Special' section of the Japanese Final Fantasy XIII site, Square Enix have revealed a new treat for fans across the world."
it'll be great for the 5 people in the world that still have working record players.
@Sub4Dis You can buy them anywhere. In fact I just bought one that converts records into Cds. Turning my entire families collection into Cds :) Got some nice things too, one of them being Abbey Road
Turntables are making a comeback, you can buy modern ones in most places for less than $50. Most DJ's still use classic turntables or even modern ones with a "classic" module on them, vinyl discs are still pressed and available to consumers as well.
I guess they have been working on this game for a long time. next they can release the 8 track. Do they have the hd movies on beta's? Sorry this is just too funny to me.
You can't deny vinyl records just look better. Arguably sound better too. I like the way they look so much I'm collecting all Pink Floyd (big Pink Floyd fan but no, not a druggy) albums on vinyl.
You don't have to be a druggie to like Pink Floyd :) They're the god of all music!
it was a joke. i'm aware you can buy them (though not sure why you'd get a new one just for one LP). i'm also aware that they are cool. and i agree with this last guy most. Pink Floyd is the greatest band of all time.
for the 360 version :) less gimping. J/K Final Fantasy XIII on the 360 is still heavily gimped on 3 discs :(
Ohh i thought that disc would include towns.
who the hell gives a damn about the "reviewers" look at the user reviews idiot played by real gamers not ppl who play it for 5 hrs then stop to give a review
The game does have towns
I bet it was a jab at the 360 which also uses last gen DVD.
good news for ps3 owners i guess.coz they are the only gamers old enuff to still own a record player.and both the ps3 and the record player gettin equal usage. #blows dust off
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