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December 9, 2011 // 4:27 pm - Sony Community Manager MusterBuster has unveiled PlayStation Access Episode 12 video footage today for fans below.

To quote: Lightning strikes twice in Access' Game of the Week for Episode 12, as the mother of all JRPG franchises returns with Final Fantasy XIII-2.

As well as seeing how outrageously handsome the game is, you'll get a whistle-stop tour through XIII-2's battle system, get introduced to all the new faces and learn how to throw a moogle at a wall.

Access All Areas descends on London for a first hands-on with PlayStation Vita, plus there's reaction from the Access community on both the console itself and the impressive roster of launch titles, including Uncharted: Golden Abyss, Wipeout 2048 and Little Deviants.




Wrestling fans are in for a treat this week as well. After featuring WWE '12 back in Access Episode 10, the team sit down with superstars Randy Orton and Zack Ryder to chat about games and how too much tweeting can ruin a relationship - even if you are ripped and loaded.

As always, there's a shiny HD run-through of PS3's biggest news stories and best PlayStation Store content, which this week includes a look at Battlefield 3′s Back to Karkand DLC, as well as some tasty new footage from Max Payne 3.

Access is available for free every Wednesday from the UK PlayStation Store.

Video: Sony Unveils PlayStation Access Episode 12 Footage

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#1 - HeyManHRU - December 9, 2011 // 5:58 pm
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Sad how here in Australia we can't get Mortal Kombat 9 but we can get Mortal Kombat arcade collection, I really do hope they allow "R" rated games here in Australia soon.

Also what does Zack Ryder mean by games today are too hard? Games today are much easier than games on the NES. Maybe all that head banging in the ring made him forget how hard those old games were. By the way Randy, Brock Lesnar was the first person to be on the cover by himself on "Smackdown: Here comes the pain."

I wasn't going to get Saints row the third until I knew that you can play as a toilet.