Saturday, May 28, 2011

Square Enix unveils 20 minutes gameplay of Final Fantasy Type-0

   Few days ago, Square Enix releases a highly anticipated 20 minutes of gamesplay of PSP games, Final Fantasy Type-0 during the Dissidia Duodecim Final Fantasy tournament held over the weekend in Japan. In this video, Hajime Tabata showed us some of few features in the Final Fantasy Type-0 game such fundamental flow of Type-Zero, boss battle, unique multiplayer system, multiplayer mission for the optional challenge.  Unlike FF13, there will be a town, wide open world map and dungeon for player to explore. Not only that, there are some notable famous voice actor for the characters of Final Fantasy Type-0.

Final Fantasy Type-0 gameplay part 1

Final Fantasy Type-0 gameplay Part 2

     During the early part of video gameplay 1, the narrator of story is Makina who is voiced by famous voice actor Hiroshi Kamiya (notable roles as Koyomi Araragi in Bakemonogatari , Izaya Orihara in Durarara!!, Yuuta Takemoto in Honey & Clover, Tierie Erda in Gundam 00, Takashi Natsume in Natsume Yuujinchou). While Nine, the guy who wields a spear is voiced by Daisuke Ono and Queen, the dark haired girl with glasses is voiced by Ami Koshimizu (notable roles as Kallen Stadfield in Code Geass, Tenma Tsukamoto in School Rumble and Holo in Spice & Wolf).

   What interesting is as the story progresses, we will have a scheduled operation. Mission that will send us different place or capture targets. We can also freely explore in huge world map by walking to destination or using other means of transportation such as airplane. In battle system, we can actually switch between our characters which means we have variety of magicks and playstyles at our disposal to use in battle against different enemies. Not only that, we can deal instant death blow and double damage when  there are red or yellow markers on opponent.

   Honestly, i can't wait for this games to release as i don't have any interesting games to play. I really hope that this games will be one of the best FF series in PSP. Hope Square Enix won't let us down and learn from their lessons. I don't want to see this games end up just like FF 13 and FF 14 (online). I looking forward for this games in the future :).

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