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Yet in the past year Square Enix have shown a much friendlier turn towards the PC. First they announced that Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn would be a cross-platform release on the Playstation and PC, then they went and released Final Fantasy VII on our fair machine adding fancy extras like Steam achievements and cloud saves.An HD release of Final Fantasy VIII marks a much more determined effort for porting the Final Fantasy back catalogue. This isn’t a simple port but a team going back and reworking all of the original art in the game, bringing the power of the modern computer to bear on its aged engine. It would make sense, too, that Square Enix would add achievements and cloud saves during the process.When we learn about the game’s release date we’ll let you know. Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn is almost out of the door, with less than a month to go to the game’s release on August the 27th.With such an important date FF14 Gil incoming, you’d think Square Enix is pulling all the stops in order to promote the game, and in fact they are.The publisher is decorating Tokyo with ads, some of which you can see portrayed here, thanks to some industrious Japanese players that pulled out their cameras at the right time and right place.Here’s a whole escalator decorated with the game’s promotional illustrations at Yodobashi Camera in Akihabara, Tokyo (pictures courtesy of Jel Klude from the Aegis server).But that’s not all. Below you can also see an elevator inside Bic Camera at the Akasaka-mitsuke Station in Minato, Tokyo (picture courtesy of the Lalafell blog)Of course there’s also plenty less… extreme kinds of advertisement, like posters and trailers publicly shown in the windows of several shops, like the one you can see in the video at the bottom of the post from a store in Akihabara.Japan is getting ready for the rebirth of Final Fantasy XIV. Final Fantasy series lineage can be a complicated business, so pay attention: Lighting Returns isn’t a remake of Final Fantasy XIII, as its title might mislead you into concluding; nor is it even a direct sequel to that game. It’s actually the sequel to Final Fantasy XIII-2, and sees the end of the Fabula Nova Crystallis story arc first begun in FFXIII. This strikes me as precisely the sort of confusion destined for a series that began with a proclamation of finality.Anyway. It’s due out on Xbox 360 and PS3 later this year, as well as remarkably enough the PC.UPDATE: Square Enix senior PR manager David Yang told DualShockers: "Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII will be available for the PS3 and Xbox 360 platforms only. The poster ad in question erroneously indicated PC as a platform."Booo. Original story follows.That latter point has been revealed exclusively to ambulators on the streets of LA.

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