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Feeling just a little bit jealous of your 3DS-owning friends and their fancy new AR games? Well, if you've got an iPhone or iPod Touch, you can enter the augmented reality of Dissidia 012 [duodecim] Final Fantasy with a (pricey) $5 app that lets you put its character models in real-world settings...

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Dissidia Duodecim Prologus Final Fantasy, the most pompously-named demo in history, is available on PSN in North America this week. If you're in Europe and worried about when you'll be able to obtain something called "Prologus" yourself, don't fret. The €2.99 demo will arrive in PAL territor...

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Just when the U.S. was starting to approach parity with Japan in the arena of Final Fantasy titles on the PSOne Classics platform, we go and hear this: According to Andriasang, Final Fantasy V has been announced for PSN in Japan. The title is slated to launch this spring as a promotion for DISSIDIA...

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Square Enix has announced an interesting promotional initiative for its upcoming PSP fighter, Dissidia 012 [Duodecim] Final Fantasy. As of today, Japanese PSP owners will be able to purchase and download a demo of the game for 300 Yen ($3.64). Dubbed (sigh) Dissidia Duodecim Prologus Final Fantasy,...

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Here's the latest trailer out of Japan for the upcoming Dissidia 012 [duodecim] Final Fantasy, featuring lots of Final Fantasy-flavored fighting and fan service. Make sure to turn on captions (not that they'll help), and stay tuned at 4:38 to see some feet that fans claim belong to Yuna....

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In an announcement coinciding with the Jump Festa convention in Tokyo, Square Enix announced the Japanese release date for the pompously-named PSP fighter, DISSIDIA 012[duodecim] FINAL FANTASY: March 3, 2011. The North American date has not been announced yet, but we know it's next year. The game...

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Laguna Loire, Final Fantasy VIII's less whiny protagonist, has joined ... that second Dissidia game. Back in his own game, Laguna was part of a separate timeline, but now he's interacting (and fighting) with other Final Fantasy protagonists. Check out his machine-gunnery in these new screens....

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