Summary: When I first played this game back in 2010, I remember being blown away by the incredible graphics! It was a very pretty game. However, as I played on, I didn't really feel motivated to keep playing. The story was a little too complicated to be coherent. A lot of it was only clarified if you read the datalogs.
Summary: Three stars because this wasn't advertised as being Greatest Hits edition, and arrived with the case kinda banged up and the seal already broken and partially peeled. Otherwise it seems to be fine. I like the game itself.
Summary: I suppose this game is okay, but it's just so darn long!! The game is split up into many characters and you play through their stories, one by one. Oh look there's Snow! I haven't seen him for like 5 hours! Ehh Snow is trying to get his beloved Serah back, it's always Serah this and Serah that..RAAAAGE! Shut up Snow! or should I say "Shuddyap Snew!" lol I actually like Vanille as a character for some...odd reason. She reminds me of myself.
Summary: The collector's edition for this game is somewhat standard of what you would get usually with collectors edition for games like a small artbook, codes for exclusive content, etc. The price for this though is a bit too ridiculios and expensive if you ask me.
its alright, its not the worst and its not good, but its alright
5 November 2012
Summary: I'm only giving this 3 stars because its all around better than Final Fantasy IX and the story line makes better sense than Final Fantasy XII. I didn't want to be, but I just got bored of this one. I made it to the first or second boss in chapter 10 and got slaughtered by a manuver that the game wouldn't let me do anything about before I just said the hell with it and shut it down to play a differant game.
Summary: I bought this game last year but I didn't have time to play it until recently. I read a lot of the long-winded reviews posted by diehard FF nerds and the people who think linearity = bad in almost all cases. I don't find these reviews to be helpful at all because they're not reviewing the game for what it is...but it is true that this game has several good and bad points.
Summary: So, we have Lightning, Snow, and other irritably named characters like Hope and Vanilla...ohh, I mean...Vanille, dealing with the hand of fate which interweaves their lives with one another. They go up against an omnipotent force called the fal'Cie and attempt to change their lives for the better without causing ultimate destruction and death.
Summary: This was my very first Final Fantasy game. The graphics are extraordinary. Some texturing could have been better, but all in all this game will graphically dazzle you. The story is excellent and very engaging. However, this is the most linear game I've played. For the first 30 hours of gameplay, it was like Square Enix was saying "Here, we drew a line. Follow it." There is nothing but running along a predetermined path, fighting mobs, and watching cutscenes.
Summary: I've been a square fanboy since FF7 first came out and I have loved playing the series including the older titles that came out before FF7. FF13 however is a bit of a dissappointment. Pros: Graphics - This game looks incredible, and i do mean incredible. By far the most beautiful and polished game on the ps3 to date. Square defenitely put alot of their effort into making the game look as good as they could and it shows.
Summary: I am an avid FF fan, playing from FF3 (even have the origins) till X-2. This current FF was much anticipated and the first few hours were really enjoyable. However, The new combat system was something that really started to drive me nuts. There started to become to many changes per battle and the amount of customization between character paths and weapons and components never quite got my full attention.