Korea Gets Dissidia Desktop Calendars

By Spencer . January 12, 2009 . 12:33pm

Later this month Dissidia: Final Fantasy comes out in Korea. It won’t be fully localized like Persona 4, believe it or not there is a Korean text version of Persona 4 there. Anyway, Korea gets Dissidia: Final Fantasy before us. As a bonus anyone that reserves the Korean version gets a Dissidia: Final Fantasy desktop calendar with art that looks like its from the Dissidia: Final Fantasy soft drinks.


Japan gets soft drinks and limited edition PSPs. Korea gets calendars. By the time Square Enix releases Dissidia: Final Fantasy here the calendars won’t be much use. So, what kind of swag do you think Square Enix will give us in “mid year 2009?




Images courtesy of Square Enix.

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  • Zach M

    Were any of the Final Fantasy games even released in Korea?

  • Ryu Kazama

    A “Thank you for purchasing Dissidia: Final Fantasy for your PSP system!” leaflet. At least they try…

    Europe on the other hand will get the limited edition PSP, surely. We got the CC bundle and that did quite well. A Dissidia bundle would probably do just as well. Saying that, Crisis Core got a lot of advertisement in the UK at least. Dissidia may not.

  • Kay

    Knowing Square-Enix. Probably nothing since it will sell bucket loads with or without swag.

    It would be nice to have a poster or even some postcards, just like what they did with The Last Remnant and KH Re:CoM.

  • Spencer

    @Zach M – FFX, 12, X-2 and many other PS2 Square Enix games were published in Korea. They got Crisis Core last year too.

  • QBasic

    This calendar was issued out with Japanese copies too…

  • I know what we’ll get; hundreds upon hundreds of very creepy, and sometimes very poorly written, fanfiction.
    It’s the gift that keeps on giving.

  • koross

    HEHEHEH lucky for me
    Im korean

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