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by Julian on May 31st 2012

I didn't hate Final Fantasy XIII, so I was pretty excited to play XIII-2. However, the quality of story telling has dropped, and it shows, that said, the game play makes up for it. A bit of a drag through the first few hours, but it gets progressively better, and now I'm enjoying it more and more. Still a fun and decent game, worth the money if you like Final Fantasy or JRPG's.

by Wilson on June 2nd 2012

I was one of the people who disliked the original Final Fantasy XIII thanks to its linear and repetitive level designs. However, with everything that was wrong with the first game, Final Fantasy XIII-2 is an improvement in every aspects. Gone was the boring and linear levels; FF13-2 is an open-ended game right from the beginning, with the player choosing how they want to progress with the story. While those who are not used to traditional JRPG or anime story-telling will still cringe at the cheesy dialogues and voice acting, the incorporation of time-travel definitely makes the story a bit more intriguing. Combat is basically identical to Final Fantasy XIII - meaning those who loved the combat in the first game will still enjoy it, while those who hated it may want to stay away from the sequel. Graphics is just as beautiful as the first game, with characters and environments looking amazingly detailed, showing off the high production value of the game. All in all, with the much-improved level design, this is definitely a much more enjoyable game than the first one. If you were disappointed with the first game like I was, there's a good chance this game will win back your trust for the franchise.

by Fouad on June 3rd 2012

After the radical deviation witnessed with 13, many fans were left with a bitter taste in their mouth after playing it. With 13-2, Square has attempted to take our feedback and make an improved game. They've pretty much succeeded. I honestly don't know where to start... The gameplay is much better than 13, with bosses being much more challenging and a vast array of endgame options. There are also alternate endings to be unlocked and mini-games at the casino. The music wasn't all that good, I preferred 13's. <br /><br />The only DLC i can recommend is the Sazh one, as it is the only one that gives a semblance of value, with an added mini-game and some story progression. The other story DLC is just even moer battles with some videos in between. This is all well and good since story is what you want in an ROG, but by the time they came out I was quite sick of endgame battles - especially with the coliseum and paradox endings.<br /><br />All in All, a worthy purchase. I paid $120AUD for this game (limited Edition) at launch and do not regret it one bit. I HIGHLY recommend a purchase, it may give you some hope as to the future of the Final Fantasy series.

by Sehoi on June 14th 2012

Compared to Final Fantasy XIII, this game made it from a linear game to allowing the players to have the choices. The addition of the quick commands makes sure the player is paying attention and i just loved it. <br /><br />The use of time paradox and time travelling could have made this game complex but it was really simple, and rather than just going through a simple story, there are a lot of side paths that can be taken to shed a a new understand of what is going on. Also i loved the use of the flash back when I start the game, it just make the game feel like an episode of a show which doesn't leave me trying to remember what i have done previously. <br /><br />It is a good game and is a good comeback from Final Fantasy XIII, this game is worth your money.

by Brad on June 17th 2012

If you liked most aspects of FF XIII, then you may be a little disappointed by this game. My first FF game was FF XII and it was brilliant for its time, but the quality of FF games seems to have dropped with each game since then. FF XIII-2 is somewhat similar to FF XIII, however there is a bigger emphasis on exploration and questing. The dialogue in this game is a little average and the storyline is really short compared with FF XIII. I got really confused at times with the story and finding my way around, but it gets more understandable as the game progresses and overall, this game is quite fun but if you are a real FF fan, you may be very disappointed.

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