Final Fantasy XIII-2 rerelease and DLC bundle head to Japan this July

New bundle to feature all of the game's DLC except for the Assassin's Creed, Mass Effect, and AKB48 singer-created outfit.

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Square Enix has announced on its online store that it will be rereleasing Final Fantasy XIII-2 and its downloadable content in two separate editions for the PS3 in Japan.

The game's DLC includes the chance to fight Final Fantasy V's buffoonish villain Gilgamesh.
The game's DLC includes the chance to fight Final Fantasy V's buffoonish villain Gilgamesh.

The single-game edition is called the "Ultimate Hits Final Fantasy XIII-2," which is essentially a "greatest hits" version that will cost gamers 2,940 yen ($29). The DLC bundle is called the "Final Fantasy XIII-2 Digital Contents Selection." It contains all of the game's DLC, which includes the three story-expanding episodes, the weapons, the costumes, and the colosseum monsters.

However, the Assassin's Creed outfits, the Mass Effect costumes, and the AKB48 singer Yuko Oshima-drawn outfit for main character Serah will not be included. The bundle will cost 5,040 yen ($50).

Both rereleases of the game will be out on July 18 in Japan on Square Enix's online store. There is no word on whether this bundle will be available outside of its native country.

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