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Final Fantasy Type-0 site opens

3:00 PM on 04.22.2011

Dale North

Former Dtoid EIC

It's just a teaser site now, but it lets us know that we're a bit closer to PSP game Final Fantasy Type-0. Square Enix has fancy Flash and music to wow you, just like they always do. Click the Prologue link and get some screenshots that show lots of nice settings but not much in the way of details.  The wallpaper section has...well, a wallpaper.

There's new details on the battle system under System. There's an Ability Attack for each character, which can be used after they've stocked up their Ability Gauge, says Andriasang. Ace, for example, attacks by throwing cards. his Ability is Deck Open, where he draws up to four cards which cause damage, status debuffs and the like. Queen attacks with a saber normally, but her Ability is Cross, a cross-patter light attack that heals allies while it damages enemies.

The game's soundtrack can be heard while visiting the site. I think it sounds quite good. Everything here is looking quite good, actually. Be sure to check out the screenshots in our gallery.

 

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