news\ Sep 27, 2011 at 4:16 pm

You've got Aya in my Dissidia!


Although the 3DS may be known as the newest and greatest handheld system ever, which is saying a lot considering that the system isn't coming out until next year, it doesn't seem like momentum for the Sony handheld will stop any time soon. With Square's heavily-anticipated Parasite Eve: 3rd Birthday, Kingdom Hearts Final Mix and Dissidia 012 on their way, it seems that Nintendo's product may just have a bit of the competition that it needs.

Being leaked out of Jump Magazine, Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep Final Mix is currently planned for a January 2011 release in Japan. Featuring elements from the North American version of the game, including English cut-scenes and new features that were added to the U.S. Version, Square Enix will also be including a new Secret Episode that can only be reached by fulfilling specific conditions.

Before the launch of Final Mix however, the 3rd Birthday will be released on December in Japan at a pricepoint of ¥6,090. Also featured at TGS was more news about Square's sequel to the first Dissidia, Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy which featured both a trailer and a playable build. Square will be attempting to push all three upcoming handheld games through tying them together through costume options. Aya will have a Lightning outfit in the 3rd Birthday, Lightning will have an Aya outfit in Dissidia while Cloud will have a Kingdom Hearts outfit in Dissidia. It remains to be seen on just how Kingdom Hearts Final Mix will be affected if anything.

[source: Andriasang]

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Jason Young Jason is a journalist based out in California. He is currently part of the freelance writing staff for GameZone. Prior to working with GameZone, Jason had previously worked for Gaming Target aggregating over fifty reviews and previews of different video games ranging from Xbox 360 RPGs to PC Bishoujo Games. He graduated from the University of California- Santa Barbara, with a B.A. in Liberal Arts/Film Studies.
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