December 21, 2009

Final Fantasy XIII released in Japan

For the 1st time ever a ver­sion of Final Fan­tisy is being released on the PS3.  It was released last week in Tokyo Japan where ppl wait­ed overnight to get their hands on a copy of the game.  The series has come a long way since its ini­tal release back in the States back in 1990 on the Nin­ten­do.  The game has a release date set for March 2010 for sale in Europe and North Amer­i­ca.  The link below is a look at how the release went in Tokyo.


  1. Crazieman_47 - December 21, 2009 3:30 pm

    You would think that with a name like “Final Fan­ta­sy” that some where down the line the sto­ry would be “Final” I real­ly can’t stand this game or the half nude super­heros, or trench coat asian/american/douchbage super sword car­ry­ing wankstar they have got going. Yeah I am out to offend every fan of Final Fan­ta­sy. Bring it, haha its like just a bunch of cut scenes with a quick flash of but­tons on the screen which you have to press like a red bull, A.D.D. child fanat­ic with a twitchy fin­ger. All so some crazy sup­pressed Sin­gle Male child can get a nub to rub over some NPC that has no chance of ever show­ing you any­thing but a Graph­ic sheet laid onto a Mesh of what seems to be an attrac­tive girl/woman/underage voice of the most annoy­ing per­son ever born, slipped togeth­er with a graph­ic equal­iz­er with high pitch and even high­er tones, just so you can go to school as a pubes­cent noob and gig­gle about how her legs once spread far enough for you to see that black emp­ty space that they nev­er both­ered to mod­el nor Tex­ture because they are not Dorks like you!

  2. DeathProof - December 21, 2009 3:54 pm

    lol, sounds like u real­ly like the final fan­ta­sy series : )

  3. Crazieman_47 - December 22, 2009 12:36 pm

    I like Final Fan­ta­sy just about as I love A myth­i­cal Fat man who can fly 14x the speed of light with some rein­deer and rope and likes to wait till lit­tle kids are asleep so he can rav­age their milk and cook­ies and leave a steamy pile of junk under a Christ­mas tree. Which we teach our gen­er­a­tions of chil­dren to believe in some­one like this, when they should be thank­ful and believe in their own par­ents… *Rant Com­plete*


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