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: This game was a huge disappointment to the XIII franchise. Overall, the game was decent, but lacked key features and the story seemed thrown together last minute (which, as it turned out, was exactly the case). They literally sold it as an unfinished game, which really made me mad.
Summary: This game was better then its predecessor, but not by much. The game followed a linear story line (as did its predecessor) Though i found the game slightly more entertaining with the way you can travel between (Spoiler) Time!
Worth playing once, but could have done a lot better!
30 March 2013
Summary: I am a long time Final Fantasy fan and a long time fan of RPG/JRPG games all together. When I play a RPG I rate it from storyline > gameplay > sidequest > soundtrack > and graphics come last IMO.
Summary: Some improvements from Final Fantasy XIII, like we get out of all caves and dungeons, but other inexplicable regressions that angered me ... leading me to think, why did I pay real money for this second-class game?
Summary: I've played (almost) all the FF games, and, unlike most others I don't really have a die-hard favorite. 9 is probably the one I'm least likely to replay, but I did recently play it again, so that doesn't really mean much.
Summary: I have mixed with feelings with this game. After seeing the first couple of trailers, I was glad to see Lightning back, and thought Serah and Noel would make interesting main characters. The time travel theme made me a bit worried, seeing how confusing the writing in XIII was already.