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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Really nice graphics!
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...
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3.0 out of 5 stars Good follow-up to FF XIII-2
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...
Published on Feb. 29 2012 by Rahsten


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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Really nice graphics!, Jan. 23 2014
Fun:5.0 out of 5 stars 
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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
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Fun to play, March 14 2014
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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!
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Good follow-up to FF XIII-2, Feb. 29 2012
Fun:4.0 out of 5 stars 
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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.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Weak for FF, but a fun RPG, June 14 2014
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Bought this game after playing through Final Fantasy XIII. I found it to be much better than the previous game. The story is a little convoluted, but at least the game is more open to exploration. Whether you like it or not will hinge on your opinion of the other Final Fantasy games. If this is your first RPG, be aware that this game is middle of the road; not great, but definitely not the worst.
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3.0 out of 5 stars One of the worst of the series, which still makes it pretty good, Jan. 26 2013
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I was hoping for more of a Final Fantasy game, but it's still an enjoyable game. The battle system resembles FFXIII a great deal, with the addition of the monster teammate. The time-travel elements of the story are a little confusing, and the story in general could be a little better, but still a good game.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A VERY underrated RPG, Aug. 4 2013
Fun:3.0 out of 5 stars 
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First of all, I must say: FF13 (not FF13-2) sucks, sucks a lot, in every single aspect, it's a below average RPG except for its graphic. And this gave a serious bias in most of the gamers for its sequel: FF13-2! This "most of the gamers" clearly includes me as I bought the game long time ago, but never had the desire to start playing it until recently.

After putting a somewhat 60+ hours into the game, I actually found this sequel to be great! I have really enjoyed my time playing this title than most of the RPG out there.

Here is how I usually rank RPG:
1. Story - If the story is super good, everything else can be forgiven... because Story is the soul of a RPG, and if story is not important to you, you should go play FPS or Hack & Slash game...
2. Music
3. Gameplay
4. Last of all - Graphic

Let's talk about the bad thing of FF13-2 first: Gameplay. It continues using the paradigm system inherited from FF13, however this time you only have 2 playable characters: Noel & Serah. You can (and you should) add a third party member by capturing a monster in the field, basically a Pokemon concept, except instead of cute pokemon you use monsters like Behemoth...

While Paradigm shift + Pokemon concepts are both not bad ideas, the most horrible thing is that you can just press one single button (called "Auto-Battle") to 5-stars all the battles in the game. There is so little interactions & so little brain juices needed that you will fall asleep quite frequently at least for the first 20 hours of the game. Well, what can I say, Square Enix is famous/infamous of making extremely boring game system, and I think the only game system I enjoyed in the whole FF series is FF7-Crisis Core (PSP), everything else just sucks...

Luckily, this is the only bad thing about FF13-2 (that's why I rated 3 stars for "Fun"), so what are the good stuffs?
1. Story - FF13-2 is all about travelling through different timeline in attempt to correct the timeline distortions known as "Paradox". Time travelling is always a very complicated topic that can easily mess up the story logic if not well thought through, so I am really amazed by how well the script is written. Everything makes sense (unlike FF13) and the flow of the story is actually very intense and keep me interesting!! I really love the story of FF13-2 so far, especially the part about Proto-Fal'Cie (I won't spoil anything...)! Just LOVE IT so I forgive the extremely boring gameplay.

2. Gameplay - While it's boring as hell in battle, it actually has quite some shining spots!
First of all, you can pretty much catch every monster you see, and each of them will have a unique role (commando / ravager / medic / etc...) + unique skill set + a finishing move called "Feral Link". Even if you feel lazy to spend time to catch some cool monster, the game has designed that you will for sure to get 11 (or 12) unique monsters, including a Twilight Odin (yes yes, the ODIN that Lightning uses! And its finishing move is indeed Zantetsugan 斩铁剑!), and they are actually top-tier monsters in their role.

Secondly, this time the Crystarium system is no longer linear like FF13 => you can actually choose which stat to enhance by placing certain roles in either a small node or a big node. For example, a Commando role will give boost to Strength, Ravager will give boost to Magic, a small node gives 30% of stat boost, while a big node gives 65% of stat boost. In other words, you can create a Strength based Serah by placing Commando / Sentinel role in all the big crystal nodes.

Third, the side quests in FF13-2 are not meaningless or pointless. Each quest will shed a light on the explanation & side effect of a time distortion "Paradox", so by completing more & more quest, you will slowly get how this time travelling thing can destroy the world. Furthermore, you also get "Fragments" upon finishing a quest => which can unlock special ability such as anti-gravity jump (so fun!) and encounter rare monsters, or boost selling prices.

Last of all, the detailed actions for NPC: whenever you use Moogle to reveal a treasure box that's being sucked into a paradox, NPCs will actually gather and be amazed by Moogle's action "wow, so it was here all along? What a paradox!", and they can die if you just stand still during enemy encounters way too many times (I had a ground full of dead bodies once...)

3. Music & Graphic - I won't say anything about graphic, FF series are famous of their graphic detail. Music has improved from FF13 (though same style), with few BGM that I really like during some of the cut-scenes.

In the end, this is a GREAT RPG game which demands you to suffer the boringness for the first 20 hours, and it will become much more fun as the variety of things you can do increases. I will recommend this game to any RPG lover, and I hope Square Enix can continue making games with this quality of story telling with better battle mechanics.
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5.0 out of 5 stars awsome, March 21 2013
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if you love the final fantasy series then well this is another game for you its different then the other a bit but what can i say its a final fantasy and its awsome
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5.0 out of 5 stars GOOD AS OTHER FF GAME SERIES., March 22 2014
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people who play this kind game know how amazing this game is.
best image quality in all the games.
story is touching me!
LOVE THIS GAME
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5.0 out of 5 stars For collectors and non-collectors, July 26 2013
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Great continuation of the gaming series. A must have. Came well packed and fast shipping. Has great graphics and gameplay. Thank you :3
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1.0 out of 5 stars The image is the collector edition but I received the ..., Dec 22 2014
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The image is the collector edition but I received the regular edition. Also the box was open and the disc was scratch but work well.
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