Square Enix Justifies Versus and Agito’s Closed Door Screenings

September 18, 2010 Written by Ray Conley

Many Final Fantasy fans (the ones not attending Tokyo Game Show) had their hopes dashed when viewings for Final Fantasy Versus XIII and Final Fantasy Agito XIII were held in private sessions.  In spite of the negative reactions, Square Enix felt that the viewings behind closed curtains was well within their reason.

Both of the hotly anticipated titles were demoed at Square’s TGS booth, and sadly, Square wouldn’t allow the recording of any demonstration of the game.  However, some attendees managed to sneak recordings of the Final Fantasy’s demo clips, but those videos have since been removed from YouTube.

Square Enix promises all the disheartened fans that more information will be available, but for now their wish is to only treat the Tokyo Game Show crowd.

“There will be lots to see of both games in the future, but for now we’d like to keep footage as a special treat for TGS attendees.”

That info will likely be coming at a conference that will be held in January 11th, as we expect Square to finally shed some much needed light on those two titles within the Fabula Nova Crystallis series.

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