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Post by darkjedi @ 01:59pm 21/04/07 | 15 Comments
Square Enix have confirmed FFXIII will not be exclusive to the PlayStation 3:
In news that is sure to rock the gaming world it has been confirmed that Final Fantasy XIII, the blockbuster RPG highly anticipated by millions of fans of the series, will not be an exclusive game for the PlayStation 3 console.
(source) Interesting indeed - So add the next Final Fantasy game to the "not a Playstation exclusive anymore" list along with Metal Gear, Guitar Hero, Tekken and Devil May Cry to name a couple. Doesn't bode that well for Sony, given that those who bought an XB360 as a stopgap until FF13/MGS4 came out now have no reason to buy a new console to play them.promoted/edited forum item












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Monkey_Magic
Posted 05:58pm 23/4/07
If they lose any more exclusive titles, the PS3 will be more doomed than it is now...
Their only valid selling point will be BluRay and who the hell wants BluRay, when DVD quality is just fine >_>

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Mr Ken Kutaragi...foo
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