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Square Enix launches cloud-based streaming 'Final Fantasy XIII' for iOS, Android

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 12 Apr 2015 21:48 User comments (1)

Square Enix launches cloud-based streaming 'Final Fantasy XIII' for iOS, Android Publisher Square Enix has made an interesting announcement this weekend; launching a cloud-based 'Final Fantasy XIII' for iOS and Android, as long as you live in Japan.
You must have a connection better than 3MB/s to play the game, which is a tiny 20MB download and then streamed from G-Cluster servers.

Since the game was built for console, the screen has touch targets that will match the PS3/Xbox 360 controller scheme the game was intended for.

The game costs 2000 yen, about $15 USD.

Source:
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117.4.2015 8:14

Wait....now I can play this shitty game on a shitty platform? Wow I am so stoked. ;)


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