The lights are on
Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII is getting a collector's edition with some extra goodies, and Square Enix has released a video of its unboxing.
The collector's edition was announced at the end of 2013, and you can see the list of extras that will be included below:
If you hate words and reading them, but have somehow made it to this sentence and are continuing to read, you can check out the video below, hosted by product manager Mat Kishimoto, to see the contents of the collector's edition, instead of reading the list above.
Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII is coming to PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 on February 11. The collector's edition will be available on both PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 for $89.99, but the only way to get it will be to order through Square Enix's online store.
For more on Lightning Returns, check out the latest developer diary here.
[Source: Square Enix YouTube]
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Ninety dollars, yeah right.
really excited for the game
Ok, I preordered mine at Gamestop along time ago, at that time it came with an art book. Am I the only person who remembers this?
The kicker is an ancient device for telling time? I don't need that thing weighing me down. Plus they don't want you to eat it, so I'll have to pass on this one. ;P
Ninety dollars!? No thank you, I prefer the game.
I cancelled my pre order of Lightning Returns after reading the import reviews, Id give it 3 weeks after it's released before it reduced to £20.
So $60 for the game and $29.99 for a watch. That sucks. Remake FF7 and I'll guarantee people will pay $90 just for it. Square needs new ideas and new leadership before ff even comes back to what people want in a new ff game.
For Gods sake. Why does Square have such a wide-on for XIII? Widely regarded as the worst FF in the past 20 years (probably ever), and they make 3 games out of it. Pathetic.
I'd buy it for the artbook ate 80 bucks, but where did the idea for a watch come from?
Move on, Square. You spend one Final Fantasy proper (not including spin-offs) on games like IV, VII, VIII, and IX, games with settings that people actually like, but three games on XIII. The characters and the settings suck. Just stop.