Square Enix Demoing 2 Big Games at Comic Con
As if I wasn't already mad enough to miss SDCC this year.
07.11.15 - 11:57 PM
San Diego Comic Con is already rounding out its third day, and those of us who couldn't get tickets to the pop culture mecca are silently cursing the god-awful ticketing process. Well now we have one more reason to be mad, as Square Enix is demoing both Dragon Quest Heroes and the PC version of Final Fantasy Type-0 HD at the Con. Dragon Quest Heroes was recently playable on the E3 showroom floor but is now open to the "public" at SDCC. Meanwhile the PC version of Final Fantasy Type-0 HD sports improved graphics, better battle and camera controls, and Steam community features.
Finally, because it's Comic Con there will be several unique ways to part gaming attendees and their money, including:
DC Comics Variant Play Arts -Kai- Designed by Tetsuya Nomura Batman
Event SRP: $250 (Sales Tax included)
From the creative mind of Tetsuya Nomura comes a unique and stylized Batman This figure offers interchangeable set of arms, rich glossy black and red paintwork and translucent visor among other features.
Final Fantasy XIV: Heavensward Carbuncle Plush (Emerald and Topaz Vers.)
Other limited release collectibles available to attendees for purchase include:
San Diego Comic-Con 2015 Exclusive
Batman: Arkham Knight Play Arts -Kai- Batman (Limited Color Ver.)
DC Comics Variant Play Arts -Kai- Timeless Wild West Batman (Limited Color Ver.)
Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain Play Arts -Kai- Venom Snake (Splitter Ver.)
Finally, for fans of the Play Arts -Kai- action figure line, Square Enix will display an array of never-before-seen prototype figures at the booth.