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Game Overview:Three years after Lightning and the others saved Cocoon some survivors decided to start over by rebuilding on Gran Pulse. Lightning however is nowhere to be found and thought dead by many but Serah believes otherwise. When her town is suddenly overrun by monsters a mysterious man named Noel appears to save her. Together the two set off on a journey that transcends time and space hoping to find Lightning.Product Description:FINAL FANTASY XIII-2 is the follow-up to the 2010 hit title FINAL FANTASY XIII and the latest installment in the world-renowned FINAL FANTASY series which has shipped over 100 million units worldwide. The all-star production staff returns to create a true sequel that offers a more immersive experience than its predecessor with extraordinary level design that encourages exploration a more strategic paradigm-based Active Time Battle system the ability to tame monsters and have them fight in your party and a multi-path player-driven experience that...

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  • Player-driven scenario with freedom over story progression; Multiple endings offer extensive...
  • Tame and develop over 150 different monsters as party members, including iconic monsters like...
  • Newly added "tuning" feature allows for greater strategic control over paradigms
  • Cinematic Action sequences blur the line between battles and cut scenes
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  1. My husband enjoys the game! He wanted a good RPG, but he got MUCH MORE than he expected! Without even playing Final Fantasy XIII, he could easily follow the story. Saving a game and then after a few days going back to the game – it gives you a recap of what’s happened and where you are! That’s amazing – no other video game we’ve played has been that helpful when you come back to it after some time has passed. The music is great, the dialogue is fine (you even get to a few choices to choose from), and the battles are still what we’ve come to love/expect from Square Enix and Final Fantasy.My husband LOVES THE CINEMATIC ACTION SEQUENCES where you become part of the battle. Instead of a regular cinematic battle sequence where you sit and watch the pretty action sequence unfold – all the while waiting for you to get back to playing and/or beating a boss – for this game, YOU HAVE CONTROL OF THE OUTCOME OF THE MOVIE/BATTLE!!! This makes it SO MUCH MORE INTERESTING TO PLAY compared to “just being a pretty movie sequence.”If there was something for us to not like about it, it would be that its not as free-form as we’d like it to be. The maps are limited, so exploring isn’t as good as they could have made it (compared to explorer-friendly Bethesda games that will not be named.) Other than that, its a GREAT GAME!

  2. I am a FF fan, but FFX-2 was a complete disappointment. I liked most of FF13, but it was very linear.I had no interest in FF13-2 but i picked this up for the price and out of boredom.After the first ten hours of play (with some lame scripting, but a bad ass cinematic of the new Lightning and villain Caius, who by the way is the best FF villain to date), the fun factor starts to kick in. Fighting is just as FF13, but this time you can capture monsters, level them, merge them for skills, etc. It’s a pokemon aspect and its very fun. Serah isn’t the best character, but Noel and his story with Caius was the most interesting and captivating part of this game. It was also cool to see FF13 characters return.Game was challenging enough for a casual gamer but did not encourage grinding (only two good spots for grinding, for items and exp which got boring).Some may disagree, but I like the interactive action cinematics where you are prompted to press buttons during fight scenes

  3. I had never tried any Final Fantasy game before so I wasn’t sure what to expect. On top of that, I chose to start with the 2nd part of Final Fantasy 13 so I really wasn’t sure if I had made a good decision or a mistake. I was happy to see that they did give a recap of the first Final Fantasy 13 which was nice though I admit I didn’t have the patience to go through all of it.The graphics in the game were fantastic! For the first time playing any Final Fantasy game, I was very happy with it. The gameplay was also good. The storyline isn’t as structured as I thought it would be. I admit that it did give you the freedom to jump forward and backward in the timeline. I like the recaps before every time you play but I did get a little confused during gameplay.I liked Serah as a character but the entire time I was playing, I was kind of envious that I couldn’t play as Lightning partially because she was so much cooler! Serah felt like a fill in character to me.When I play games like this, I also expect really animated ‘finisher’ moves. I was surprised to find that there really weren’t any. Both of the main characters did have ‘special’ moves, but they weren’t anything to be envious of. In fact, they were a letdown.Overall, this game was a pretty good first experience with Final Fantasy games. Getting over my personal preferences I will definitely say I will be buying Final Fantasy XIII-3 Lightning Returns.

  4. The graphics and the music is beautiful! The landscapes and how you can just see everything around you is breathtaking. I have played most of FF games released besides ones on the Nintendo line only, and this was okay. I wasn’t invested into the characters as previous FF games; where something happens and you are arguing with the TV. Har har! The story was okay, not the best in all of the series. It was interesting to have the monsters as the 3rd party member. Make sure to level and fuse them!! I love to use the adornments on them too (love me some little chocobos!). The battling was good because you could have 3 different types of monster types to create a party of different strengths and abilities. And it was so easy to switch between battle combinations of characters in battle. Side note: if you buy xiii-2, buy lightning returns or the ending will just make you mad. Trust me I am glad that I did or I would have been fuming!

  5. I played this right after finishing Final Fantasy XIII and have since completed it including all Xbox 360 achievements. I felt the story was far too short and at most took 15-20 hours to run through. With all of the extras it did boost it up to about 60 hours total play time though. The story was okay but it could have been done so much better I think. Some of the improvements since the previous game where really nice (such as no game over if just 1 of your people dies in battle), but I did not like the changes with the battle roles. I don’t know if I just couldn’t find them on whatever monsters they were included with or not, but I never found some of the more important spells such as haste and brave/faith. I did not mess with the monsters much though so I may have missed those. Overall it was still an entertaining game and I got my money’s worth from it.

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