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Final Fantasy Type-0 (PSP)

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Description

Final Fantasy Type-0 was first developed as Final Fantasy Agito XIII. It is part of the Fabula Nova Crystallis project and, although not having much to do with Final Fantasy XIII, shares its mythology.

The game is a RPG in which the characters travel to get missions and attack enemy strongholds to complete them. In each mission, three characters out of 14 are selected, each having their own style, weapons and abilities. The battle system is an Active System Battle (ATB) that allows the control of many characters, Characters who were KO'd in battle must be revived in town before being used again. Each character have a unique summon that can be used for 5 minutes in battle and can be levelled-up. The ATB kai, as it is called, allows for up to three players to connect via ad-hoc and send each other emergency back-up.

Final Fantasy Type-0 is set in the word of Orience, divided in four kingdoms: the Suzaku Fiefdom of Rubrum, the Milites Empire, the Lorican Alliance, and the Kingdom of Concordia, each having its own emblem based on four Japanese mythological beasts: the phoenix Suzaku, the Turtle Genbu, the tiger Byakko and the dragon Seiryuu. Every kingdom is in possession of a crystal that an mark humans as their servants, called l'Cie.

Character growth is based on the Alto Crystarium system, using energy called phantoma to increase the character's abilities.

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Alternate Titles

  • "ファイナルファンタジー 零式" -- Japanese spelling
  • "Final Fantasy Reishiki" -- Japanese title
  • "Final Fantasy Agito XIII" -- Working title

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Legendra Dec 19, 2011 8 out of 10 80

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Fred VT (23836) added Final Fantasy Type-0 (PSP) on Feb 03, 2013