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Final Fantasy XIII gets gorgeous TV spots


4:45 AM on 11.30.2009



Let the market saturation commence! With Final Fantasy XIII's release imminent in Japan, Square Enix has opened the PR floodgates and let the promotion come spilling out to drown our Eastern cousins. Here are two TV spots that are just bursting with HD quality for you.

The first sport is a simple, yet beautiful, taste of the game. The second spot is the one people are talking about, where a Japanese teacher takes some unscheduled time off work to skip school and play himself some androgynous RPG action. As you do. Strangely enough, despite the humor of the second spot, it's the first spot that caught my eye. It just looks so good.

Can't wait for this game. Even if it's not very good (which is unlikely), the eye candy alone will be something to remember. In any case, hit the jump for the second spot.






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