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Square Enix Wets Appetites with New FFXV and Kingdom Hearts III Art

by on June 24, 2013
 

Fresh off the reveal of Final Fantasy XV and Kingdom Hearts III at Sony’s E3 press conference, Square Enix has released more info to tie you over. While neither will release until at least next year for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, they are already at the top of many gamer’s wishlists.

Square Enix also revealed information about the cast of Final Fantasy XV, which was originally announced as Final Fantasy Versus XIII.

Noctis Lucis Caelum: A childhood affliction endowed Noctis, heir apparent to the throne of Lucis, with the mystical power to see a heavenly light, through which he could sense others’ deaths. Noctis rejects rigid royal conventions and acts as somewhat of a renegade, much to the dismay of those who tend to him. Yet while “Noct” may act brash at times, he does so in defense of those loyal to him.

Gladiolus Amicitia: As lord of the noble House Amicitia, Gladiolus continues a line sworn to protect the crown. “Gladio” shares a friendship with Noctis that transcends birth and title, and his loyalty to his liege is born not of duty, but of brotherhood.

Ignis Scientia: Ever the unwavering voice of reason, Ignis was weaned on shrewd logic and a classical education from boyhood so that he might one day counsel the would-be king, Noctis. He applies the deep mutual understanding and trust they have built over time to help smooth over Noctis’s brusqueness with others.

Prompto Argentum: The puckish playboy Prompto befriended Noctis in his school days. He wears a chip on his shoulder as an outsider to the royal circle, but remains eager to do all he can for the cause.

Cor Leonis: A living legend of Lucian lore, Lord Commander Cor Leonis’s devotion to the art of war is surpassed only by that to his king. Little love is lost between the ill-starred stalwart and Noctis’s retinue, yet honor binds him to keep watch over the group all the same.

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Final Fantasy XV and Kingdom Hearts III will be released for Xbox One and PlayStation 4 in 2014.

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  • wertyuio
    June 26, 2013 at 12:39 am

    you made a glaring typo in the title. it’s “whets” not “wets.” “wets” means to make wet. I’m sure you don’t want your appetite wetter than it is. “whets” means to stimulate or to excite.

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