Summary: I have played every Final Fantasy game sense FF5, and FF13-2 is my 3rd favorite from the series. I love this game not so much for the story itself (like FF6 & FF7) but more for the gameplay and tempo. It use the same battle system as in FF13 for the most part with a few adjustment.
Summary: Haven't gotten very far in the game so I can't say much; the normal game listing will probably be much better for that, I'm just a casual gamer. The novella (basically a FFXIII epilogue, featuring a bit of each character) is 37 pages and comes in a slipcase with the game, and at $21 (price I bought...
Summary: With this It is clear that a second part can be better than the original game. It's fun and it's mechanics are addictive. Being able to tame monsters and use them as part of your strategy to beat bosses? This is new and I totally like it.
Summary: DAUGHTER LOVES IT. SHE LOVES ALL THE SERIES. YOU SHOULD HAVE SEEN THE SMILE ON HER FACE WHEN SHE RECEIVED IT AND WHEN SHE PLAYED IT. GREAT GRAPHICS,SOUND ,VOICE ACTING AND CONTROLS FROM WHAT I OBSERVED. SHE HAS TO AND LOVES TO EXPLAIN THE STORY LINE TO ME.
Summary: I haven't skipped a single FF game since 8.0 and this game just seems rushed. In an era of open world and seamless navigation, FF is just plain clunky. Final Fantasy still hasn't mastered how to immerse people in the beautiful environment they create.
Summary: I have been playing this game for about the past month, with the Japanese version of the game. My only other review for GI has also been for FF, the previous FFXIII. I recently passed XIII-2, so I thought I'd put in my two-bits on this game. Just quickly, overall this game is short.