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Final Fantasy XII: International Zodiac Job System announced

Ross Miller
05.10.07
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Square Enix announced today an enhanced version of Final Fantasy XII, subtitled International Zodiac Job System (no, really), due out in Japan August 9.

According to Game|Life's Chris Kohler, who obtained a media kit for the title, enhancements to the game include:
  • 12 new license boards for each character, tuned to specific jobs in the FF universe (e.g., Monk, Red Mage)
  • A presentation based on the US release (English voices, 16:9 widescreen)
  • A "bonus DVD based on the US version."
Much like Kingdom Hearts II: Final Mix and FF X-2: International Edition, IGN suspects International Zodiac Job System will remain Japan only -- though, with English voices, it could be a viable import for those with even rudimentary knowledge of Japanese language.

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