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Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII - FFVII Pre-Order Bonus

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Square Enix is trying to remind everyone about Final Fantasy VII again, this time with a Pre-Order Bonus for their new game "Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII"

Unlock FINAL FANTASY history by preordering LIGHTNING RETURNS: FINAL FANTASY XIII to receive Cloud Strife's SOLDIER 1st Class Uniform and Buster Sword!

I loved Final Fantasy VII and I have to admit that Buster Sword looks good in an HD game. Maybe this is Square Enix's way of teasing that a FFVII HD remake could still happen? Or maybe they want to rub it in everyone's face that it will never happen and the best we'll get is a DLC for a new FF game? Its possibly a bit of both, but more likely they're doing this simply to increase their pre-orders.

For a better look at this game, check out the official E3 trailer:

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New Trailer, it shows off quite a few of Lightning's battle outfits. This game is more of a throw back to the FFX-2 Dress sphere combat. Different outfits switched out during gameplay enables different abilities and attacks.


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Lightning has a buster sword your argument is invalid :P

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The demo for Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII is out now for PS3 and Xbox 360. I don't know about Xbox 360, but the PS3 version is giving you a DLC costume for downloading the demo, another DLC costume for beating the last boss on the demo and then sharing the results on their online community (probably facebook) and then another two DLC costumes for having save files from FFXIII and FFXIII-2 on your profile.

 

Source: http://blog.us.playstation.com/2014/01/21/lightning-returns-final-fantasy-xiii-demo-out-today-on-ps3/


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