The Xbox 360, shortened as X360 or 360, is the successor to Microsoft's Xbox video game console. It was officially unveiled on MTV in 2005, with detailed launch and game information divulged later that month at the Electronic Entertainment Expo. It is the first console to provide a near-simultaneous launch across the three major regions, and to provide wireless controller support at its launch. It competes with Sony's PlayStation 3 and Nintendo's Wii. Its Xbox Live service allows players to compete online and download arcade games and content such as game trailers, TV shows, music videos, or rented movies.
Final Fantasy titles on Xbox 360Edit
- Final Fantasy XI
- Final Fantasy XIII
- Final Fantasy XIII-2
- Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII (Announced)
Final Fantasy titles available on Xbox Live ArcadeEdit
Special Limited EditionsEdit
On March 9, 2010, the release of the Western version (North American, European, Australian, and New Zealand) of Final Fantasy XIII, a limited edition version of the Xbox 360 was released. As a bundle, it includes a 250GB Xbox 360, 2 wireless controllers and a copy of Final Fantasy XIII. Through special preorder, certain stores/websites also gifts a limited edition faceplate (with limited quantities), created by Tetsuya Nomura, depicting a picture of Lightning on it.
A special edition Mog Xbox 360 was available for prize winners of the "Word to your Moogle" tour.
|Platforms and Systems related to Final Fantasy|
|Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) - Nintendo GameCube (GameCube) - Ouya - PlayStation (PS/PSOne) - PlayStation 2 (PS2) - PlayStation 3 (PS3) - PlayStation 4 (PS4) - Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES) - Wii - Xbox 360|
|Game Boy (GB) - Game Boy Advance (GBA) - Nintendo DS (NDS) - Nintendo 3DS - PlayStation Portable (PSP) - PlayStation Vita (PS Vita) - Pocket Station - WonderSwan Color|
|Android - Panasonic FOMA P900iV - iOS - Windows Phone|
|MSX - Microsoft Windows|
|App Store - Google Play - PlayOnline - PlayStation Network - Wii Shop Channel - Xbox Live Arcade|