Reviews and Problems with Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy Xiii
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Totally worth it!
Elias Ochoa, Amazon
2 weeks ago
Summary: The game is amazing a departure from a typical final fantasy game but still very fun nonetheless I really loved the idea of schemata, very reminiscent of FF X-2 The art book is cool and the watch is high quality which surprised me All in all this was worth the purchase I will recommend to any hardcore FF fans
Summary: If you've endured the ups and downs for Final Fantasy games, and even remotely enjoyed the XIII games, you're actually going to love this one. First off, I did enjoy FFXIII, would probably give it an 8/10. FFXIII-2 was not as good but still interesting and if you've played it, you know it left us all hanging. Lightning Returns (LR) is the finale in what may be one of the deepest most involved video game trilogies I've ever seen.
Summary: At the time of writing this, I've played the game for a good 7-9 hours or so. I'm absolutely loving it! So much freedom, huge map to explore, and tons of side quests! To advance in the story, side quests are a must, which is actually pretty fun. There's no real "level up" system, as stat boosts are gained by finishing quests, and by upgrading weapons and abilities.
Good Conclusion To The Lightning And Friends Storyline,Gameplay Isn't Any Better Or Worse Then The previous Two Games.
30 January 2015
Summary: While the gameplay mechanics while unique aren't anything to shout about I still enjoyed the game and the decent finale on the story arc with Lightning and her comrades. If you already have the first two games I'd say now is a good time to complete the trilogy and add this one to your game library.
Summary: This game is easily the best in the trilogy and serves as a great way to end the story. The biggest and perhaps most imposing change comes in the form of the clock. Although this new feature introduces a sense of urgency, it does not diminish or hinder the quality of the game by any means. You will have more than enough time to finish 99% of the side quests and the main story. The timer is always present, but it is definitely not the pain other reviews make it out to be.
The music is beautiful and more of the mythology of 13 is revealed
Dyknow Saur, Amazon
19 December 2014
Summary: The battle system is somewhat different from the previous two FF13 games. The music is beautiful and more of the mythology of 13 is revealed. There are somethings I wish the storyline would clarify, but that's just because I enjoyed the storyline. The graphics are amazing, but if you do play it, play it for the storyline. If you're not much of a storyline player, you may find it dull, but the battle system still keeps you engaged.