I did not enjoy this game as much as I did Final Fantasy ...
C. MENDOZA "Dumdeedoodeedumdumdoo", Amazon
8 April 2015
Summary: I did not enjoy this game as much as I did Final Fantasy XIII. I bought this used. If I could go back in time right before purchasing this game, I would have ordered a pizza for delivery on GrubHub instead. I love pizza. A meat lover's. Mmm.
Summary: They learned from previous port and added some graphic options but the game still won't run 60fps most of the time. The game is bad. Worse than the previous ones. Annoying puzzles and stuff you won't know about unless you have a guide. They replaced your 3rd party member with a stupid monster.
Summary: PS: The other reviewers are not real: Terrible port, This game is awesome but it looks like Square Enix did not put any effort into optimizing the PC version whatsoever. i have a r9 290 and a i7 4770k abd this game can barely even do 35-40 fps on the lowest settings.
Summary: I had no idea what to expect when I bought this game. Turns out it's a game that uses Hit Points and spells to defeat enemies. The game is not for me. I would like to return it if I could, but I opened it after the return window expired.
Summary: It's not like all other final fantasy games where it's turn based. This one is more of waiting until your special bar fills to a certain amount to use something and some moves take more than others. If you don't attack fast, then you get hit and it's just not what it used to be
Summary: Remember in FF13 where there were many diverse, interesting characters to choose from to build your party? Well in this game, you're stuck with 2 god awful characters the entire game! Remember in FF7 where there was the awesome Gold Saucer? Well in this game, there is a casino too! But...
Summary: Its an improvement over the XIII title, but wow this is still so far off from the FF games of old. I still haven't finished the game, don't think I ever will. Gameplay and combat just got to repetative and boring, pets were a nice addition and the gameplay is improved over XIII, but its sill lacking...
Summary: This may be an unfair review, because this is the first time I've ever played a Final Fantasy game. I don't mind turn-based attacks, as long as they are rewarding and straightforward. I also don't mind turn-based real-time attacks, again, if they are intuitive and the game flows decently.