Sneak preview of Final Fantasy XIII-2 gameplay footage, Sazh teased

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Here is some exciting news for those that cannot wait for the sequel to Final Fantasy XIII, as we have a very short trailer advertising a Japanese TV special that features a sneak preview of some behind the scenes motion capturing, as well as some extremely brief footage of the gameplay you can expect to see in Final Fantasy XIII-2.

The game from Square Enix is expected to launch for the Xbox 360 and the PlayStation 3 in December in Japan, in January for those in the U.S and in February for everyone else. We recently brought you news regarding the availability of the collector’s edition of the game which will include a 20 page artbook, the 4 disc original soundtrack and premium packaging as well as the game itself accompanied with a manual. It can be purchased from GameStop, Best buy and Amazon with each store offering varying bonus content with every pre-order.

The video clip below which publicizes the TV special is not really enough to satisfy Final Fantasy fans completely but gives us enough to quell their anticipation and appetite for the time being. What it does give viewers is a quick glimpse of Sazh as well as the voice actor who plays the character, Masashi Ebara who will also be hosting the Japanese show. The show is also expected to be teasing the game to viewers with behind the scenes footage a day before its release in Japan.

According to Siliconera, the director of Final Fantasy XIII-2, Motomu Toriyama is claiming that nearly all the main characters from its prequel will be making an appearance in the game at some point. Apparently Sazh tries to rebuild Gran Pulse, Hope is at the academy and Lightning is trapped in Valhalla. We have also brought you the first details of the game’s DLC which will be made available post release in an article by Alan Ng, head on over to it now to check it out.

Are you looking forward to the release of Final Fantasy XIII-2? What do you think of the game so far?

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  • Aazagthoth

    I’m really looking forward to XIII-2, but pre-release DLC? so stupid.
    A game on the shelves should be a final product, and if DLC is released it should be significant to the game and something fans desire at a good price.