TGS 2010: Versus XIII's Realism Is Downright Stunning
Sure, it'd be vastly preferable to have the actual trailer to watch, but that may not happen for a while.
Square-Enix showed off more of Final Fantasy Versus XIII at the Tokyo Game Show, but apparently, that presentation took place behind closed doors. Therefore, you can't find footage for whatever they showed, which is in stark contrast to most all other TGS 2010 media; that stuff has been flying for days. But some sources are at least able to describe what they saw: essentially, the footage showed main character Noctis running about a wasteland, after which he arrives at a city and fights a huge Behemoth. But that's not the part that is going to turn heads; this is the head-turning bit-
"Apparently, the quality of gameplay is so high that it’s hard to believe players can actually control what’s being done on screen."
Famitsu describes the footage as "very fantastic" and "very realistic," and this isn't the first time we've heard a mention of the game's stunning clarity and realism. Producer Tetsuya Nomura tweeted that Versus XIII looked like "a picture taken in real life," and just about everyone who sees it in motion comes away impressed. Now, if we could only have some official gameplay directly in front of our eyes...
Related Game(s): Final Fantasy Versus XIII
9/16/2010 8:40:45 PM Ben Dutka