Rumor:Final Fantasy Type-0′s English localization was nearly completed last year

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Final Fantasy Type-0′s English localization was nearly completed in 2011, that is if Operation Suzaku‘s source  is to be believed.

“According to our source, who recorded voice-over for one of the characters in the game, at least 90% of the English localization is complete. The dubbing sessions took place in the last quarter of 2011, just after the release (October 27th) of Final Fantasy Type-0 in Japan. The entirety of the English dub recording is said to be complete.”

The source later claimed the PSP exclusive game’s localization was put aside thanks to the PSP’s falling sales in the west.Soon after Hajime Tabata’s interview with GameSpot, the voice actor decided to speak out about the game, though the actor willingly admitted the game is still “currently on hold.”

 

The source also claimed that Square Enix is now waiting for a strong show of interests from it’s fans.

So if you want Square to bring Final Fantasy Type-0 to the West join one of these movements Operation Suzaku,or Project Crystallis.