Sony has announced that this week's PlayStation Network update in Japan will include a video from Square Enix's recently held private event, DKS3713. The video, according to rumors, includes new footage from the trailers shown at the event.
Aww only for Japan -_- Shucks!
I hope it comes to NA, its really hard getting information from across seas these days
Make a Japanese account?
all I can say is...WOOT!
Damnit they changed the story now: "Sony has announced that new footage from Square Enix's recently held private event, DKS3713, will be aired on PSTV in two days (August 15, 2008). PSTV stations are PlayStation 3 demo stations running in retail stores around Japan, so that means the footage won't be available for home users at the moment. We apologize for the wrong translation, and would like to thank duckroll for fixing our mistakes." Hopefully someone will upload the videos online.
Nice, hopefully in 1080p!
make an account for Japan?
you don't have to make an account for japan... you can download the video's via the japanese store on a PC... really pretty easy
I do wanna see whatever this "video" is, but I hope you guys also realised how they worded this. The "video" is going to be comprised of new footage. That probably means they're just going to show us a 3 mins teaser of everything that happened at the event, rather than showing us all the trailers. So we're gonna get 30 second snatches of FFXIII and versus XIII "The video, according to rumors, includes new footage from the trailer" squeenix sure know how to aggravate lol
I'm looking forward to downloading this in a couple days. I have high hopes for FFXIII and FFversusXIII. Like Expy said, I sure hope this footage is in 1080p! :)
This is nice to know , right on.
:D :D :D
nice. i'll download them definitely.
looks liKE i'll have reason to log into my Japanese account.
someone should update the story cause it was mistranslated and its not coming to PSN. Very very disappointing indeed.
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