Here are some new screenshot from Final Fantasy XIII, including the new seen Girl character Serah Farron but i think she will only be the minor character and didn't playable but used as an important character during Final Fantasy XIII storyline.
There are also some new screenshot of Odin summoning and how Lightning became Odin but the system are not clear yet.
There are two new screenshot for Final Fantasy XIII - Agito but it not quite surprising after all. Just ordinary graphic and not stunning like Final Fantasy XIII, but I thinks it reasonable because Final Fantasy XIII - Agito will be released for PSP. But I kinda bored with a Yu-Gi-Oh game things I Hope FFXII - Agito will change my mind.
Overview Blood of Bahamut is a role-playing game by Square Enix, in which up to four players battle giant beasts that are featured on both screens of the DS. In order to defeat a giant, players must first destroy its protective armor, then attack its "core," and finally attack its other body parts. The giants can summon smaller beasts, which the players must battle simultaneously. Defeating a giant's body parts and the smaller beasts will grant players "materials" which can be used to produce powerful weapons. The game will contain over 130 missions.It was released for the Nintendo DS in Japan on August 6, 2009. The game has not been announced for release outside the region.
Plot and Storyline The game is set in a city built on the back of a great beast known as a Gigant. The city suddenly comes under attack and protagonists Ibuki and Yui must defend it as well as other cities that were built on Gigants that are awakening. The story features seven main characters in total. The Gigants are sentient, and will also attempt to defend themselves, taking part in battles. The Gigants include Chaos Bahamut, Ifrit, Shiva, Fenrir, and Gilgamesh, many of which are also the names of summon monsters depicted in Square Enix's popular Final Fantasy series.
Here are two new Final Fantasy XIII demo videos showed at Final Fantasy XIII premiere party 9/9/2009. The video show some new quickscene of Final Fantasy XIII. Square Enix also revealed the pricing for the game, it will go on sale for 8,800 yen, including tax that adds up to 9,240 yen. Its about 94$ USD