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Final Fantasy Type 0
Final Fantasy Agito XIII
Role Playing Game
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Release Date (US):
October 13th, 2011
Release Date (UK):
October 13th, 2011
Online Players:
Square Enix
Square Enix
RP [Rating Pending]
PSU Rank:
533 of 1166 Games
PSU Rank on PSP:
71 of 0 Games
Additional Information:

About Final Fantasy Type 0

The prequel to Final Fantasy XIII

Final Fantasy Type 0 News

  • Final Fantasy Type-0 fan's English translation shut down by 'certain game company'

    The fan-lead English translation of Final Fantasy Type-0 has been taken down due to "threats and false accusations." Project head Sky, under the name Sky Blade Cloud, delivered an official statement on the matter on his project site, indicating with vague language that certain things were...

  • First Final Fantasy Type-0 English cast members unveiled

    A few voice actors took to Twitter to declare their involvement in the recently announced Final Fantasy Type-0 and Agito English localization. Matthew Mercer, a.k.a. Resident Evil’s Leon Kennedy, voices Trey, a character skilled with his bow-and-arrow and is in Class Zero of the Suzaku Akadem...

  • Final Fantasy Type-0, Shenmue on Sony's list of fan-requested games

    Speaking during an interview with Kotaku, Sony’s Adam Boyes confirmed that it is taking notice of fan requests to see the likes of the cult classic Shenmue released for PlayStation platforms. Boyes revealed that the platform holder has a massive list of games that fans are interested in see...

  • Final Fantasy Agito trademark registered in Japan

    The Japanese arm of Square Enix has registered a new trademark for Final Fantasy Agito. Of course, fans of the venerable RPG series will no doubt recognise the Agito name, as it was the original title of the PlayStation Portable release, Final Fantasy Type-0. Sadly, that game only saw release in ...

  • Final Fantasy Type-0 director: 'We did experiment with' HD console version

    The staff behind the acclaimed PlayStation Portable game Final Fantasy Type-0 apparently "experimented with" a high-definition console version of the game at one point. This news came from an interview with the game's director Hajime Tabata from the Japanese Type-0 art book that was recen...

  • Fans generating Final Fantasy Type-0 localization, since Square-Enix won't

    User SkyBladeCloud, along with other dedicated fans, started a fan-driven mission to bring Final Fantasy Type-0, an acclaimed title in Japan, to English-speaking fans. Fans awaiting the Final Fantasy title have been teased with great review scores and reports for it, but Square-Enix has been topsy ...

  • Report: FF Type-0 localisation plans scrapped...for now

    JRPG fanatics Operation Suzaku have heard through the grape vine that Square Enix had planned on bringing Final Fantasy Type-0 to western markets a year or so back, though ultimately the idea was scrapped. According to an anonymous source that contacted the site, Square was already well on its wa...

  • Final Fantasy Type-0 localization now up in the air

    In a recent interview with GameSpot, Final Fantasy Type-0 Scenario Director Hajime Tabata revealed that Square Enix was taking a "clean slate” with Final Fantasy Type-0's localization outside of Japan. He cited this was due to "market reasons." Before you throw away any dreams ...

  • Crisis Core, FF Type-O dev would like to develop a game for PS Vita

    Hope springs eternal for Final Fantasy fans and PlayStation Vita owners alike, as the director of PSP hits Final Fantasy Type-0, Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII, and The 3rd Birthday has expressed his desire to develop a game for the sales-deficient handheld. Hajime Tabata was enthusiastic about PS ...

  • Play Final Fantasy Type-0 on PS Vita, use second stick for camera control

    Square Enix has revealed that gamers who play Final Fantasy Type-0 on PlayStation Vita will be able to use the handheld’s extra analogue stick to manipulate the camera. The news comes following an event in Japan this week, where Hajime Tabata, Type-0’s director, observed that using the ...

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