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Rumor: Final Fantasy XIII-2's Next DLC Character Will Evoke Bad Memories

Posted on Tuesday, March 6 @ 14:15:59 PST by Jonathan_Leack

Remember that good-looking lady in Final Fantasy XIII who always made your day living hell? What if I told you that you'll be able to buy her? No, not like that, I mean in an upcoming DLC package.

Andriasang has uncovered that there is a high probability Jihl Nabaat will be added as a new character for Final Fantasy XIII-2's next DLC. However, you won't be able to throw her directly into your party as apparently you'll have to face her in a coliseum showdown first for old time's sake.

Square Enix has not denied nor confirmed this rumor, but if it's true then it's very likely that it'll be made official in the coming days as Andriasang states it'll release in March 13th's PlayStation Store update. Stay tuned!
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