Final Fantasy XIII-2 isn't a sequel where you return to the same world and just continue the adventure. Instead, you'll return to the same world, Cocoon, which serves as the jumping-off point for a quest that is bigger, broader, and more wide-open than anyone could have expected. Final Fantasy XIII heroine Lightning is missing, believed lost forever. Her sister Serah believes otherwise. Join her and companion Noel on a journey that sends you traveling through time. Explore different eras in worlds ripe for discover. Close and open paths as you choose to undo your actions or let your deeds stand, altering the plot and sending you hurtling closer to your destiny.
Great visuals, good pacing and a lot to do outside the main story line. Usually I try and blast through the main story line of games like this never to play them again. With this game I wanted to go back and uncover all the secret stuff. Most importantly I had a ton of fun playing this through from start to finish. A great value for around $20!
I haven't even played the first part of this game yet I enjoy it since it has flashbacks in the beginning it's easy to follow also The animation is flawless the graphics are very HD on a flat screen tv I like the story it's good so far it progresses quickly but I'm not much of a fan of one button pushing games I like more intense fighting games instead but the voice acting everything else including my favourite is the music so yes it's worth every penny cannot find one thing except the gameplay that I can find that's wrong with this sequel I just hope that lightning returns is just as good
I thought this game was a decent follow-up to the first in the series. Square Enix improved upon some of the issues many people had with FF XIII. My favorite aspect of the game is that it is visually stunning and fast-paced. The only problem I have with the game is that I often didn't know where I was supposed to be going or what my current objective should be... but I actually think that was Square Enix's intention and attempt to make the game less linear.