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Final Fantasy XIII-2

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  • Player-driven scenario with freedom over story progression; Multiple endings offer extensive replay value
  • Tame and develop over 150 different monsters as party members, including iconic monsters like cactuars, tonberries, and behemoths
  • Newly added "tuning" feature allows for greater strategic control over paradigms
  • Cinematic Action sequences blur the line between battles and cut scenes
  • Diverse in-game environments rife with NPCs offer an abundance of exploration opportunities and side missions

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Platform: Xbox 360 | Edition: Standard

Product Description

The unfolding drama of FINAL FANTASY XIII, released in 2010 and selling six million copies worldwide, continues in FINAL FANTASY XIII-2. Explore a richly developed world featuring both new and familiar faces, and an exciting and highly developed strategic battle system. In this ongoing saga, the future is about to change...

From the Manufacturer

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 offers significant replay value.

FINAL FANTASY XIII-2 game logo Story
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.

Key Features
  • Player-driven scenario with freedom over story progression
  • Multiple endings offer extensive replay value
  • Tame and develop over 150 different monsters as party members, including iconic monsters like cactuars, tonberries, and behemoths
  • Newly added "tuning" feature allows for greater strategic control over paradigms
  • Cinematic Action sequences blur the line between battles and cutscenes
  • Diverse in-game environments rife with NPCs offer an abundance of exploration opportunities and side missions


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Explore a variety of locales set across a timeline spanning over seven hundred years.
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FINAL FANTASY XIII-2 continues the series' unmatched visual presentation.
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Tame and call upon enemy monsters to fight alongside your battle party.
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Encounter familiar faces while traversing the crossroads of time and space.
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Cinematic Action sequences offer the most interactive FINAL FANTASY gaming experience ever.
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Product Information

Platform:Xbox 360  |  Edition:Standard
ASIN B003O6EBRA
Release date January 31, 2012
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4.3 out of 5 stars 198 customer reviews

4.3 out of 5 stars
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Product Dimensions 5.3 x 0.6 x 7.5 inches
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Platform for Display: Xbox 360Edition: Standard
I am a long time FF fan, and have been playing since FF1 in the 80's. I was very disappointed with FF13 for several reasons, which have been repeated a thousand times, so this will not be "1001"-

FF13-2 is awesome. this is the game I thought I was buying when I ordered FF13. I love everything about the system, the cinematics, everything. The addition of the "God of War" style cinematic action is awesome, and not nearly as "throw your controller through the wall" frustrating as GoW(particularly the final sequence with Zeus in GoW2). Instead, the cinematic action adds to the game in a positive way. I would also note I am a fan of long hours of grinding to make the bosses that much easier and to crush the opposition with ease... This game not only makes the grinding enjoyable, I hardly noticed the grind at all even when walking around for random encounters for that specific purpose.

I cannot recommend this game highly enough. It is terrific. I only wish it had come out as FF13.
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Before I go into my review, I am making it known that I have yet to finish the game. As I continue playing, I will update this review so my opinion will be accurate.

Opening the case: The first thing I noticed was that this game was contained on a single disc. This was interesting to me considering that the previous game was on three discs. As other reviews may have mentioned, this was because this game was made with the Xbox working smarter, not harder. I thought however that this might come at a price - shorter sequences or shoddier quality. I'll discuss this more later on.

Storyline: Without going into too much detail,I believe the storyline in this game is much better than of XIII. XIII did not have a poor storyline but at times it felt as if I was being bogged down with inane details. In addition, I found myself wondering what was going on when I took extended breaks from the game. XIII-2 remedied this in two ways - a storyline which (for the moment) is clear and coherent and with a quick recap when you load the game (this is pretty awesome. It pretty much sums up what has happened since you started in about 30 seconds which helps you get an idea of what has happened).

Gameplay: This has also been improved over XIII. While still a bit linear, the environment has been expanded to allow for some free roaming and interaction with NPC's. The battle system has also received some refinements, as you can now further tune your paradigms for efficiency (Ex: Having a commando paradigm in which all characters target a single enemy instead of a free for all). A big plus in combat is the fact that if you are downed, you take control of the next character in your party as opposed to getting game over which is nice.
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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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I only got this game because I found it on sale for ten dollars. I had played the first in the series, and somewhat enjoyed it, but not enough to be interested in a sequel at full price. After the game arrived, I played it for 20 minutes and then shelved it for another 3 months. Well this month I finally went back to it, and it grew on me quite a lot to the point that I'd honestly recommend it if you even liked FFXIII a tiny little bit. If you thought there was anything redeeming in that game, you really have to get this at the prices it's going for now. It's an absolute steal. Here's why:

1. The music - I am one of those people who grew up on Super Nintendo games, and usually don't think anything stands up to the classic music. I honestly haven't enjoyed game music this much for a couple decades. The music is really like something you'd find on a commercial album, a good commercial album. It sounds like stuff that great artists put on great albums, not like something a game composer churned out in 10 hours. There is a huge variety of styles, and almost all of them are well done and memorable. I can't get the music out of my head. Who would have thought that Final Fantasy 13 part 2 would be some of my favorite game music?

2. Open ended - This game reverses course from the first installment and allows you to explore the game's universe in a much less linear fashion. There are something like 8 endings, too. It plays out more like Chrono Trigger than anything, in that regard.

3. Refined battle system - The battle system from the first installment is back, and it has a lot of customization again, making fights very strategic. It's not the greatest battle system of all time, but it was a highlight of FFXIII, and it's even slightly better here.
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