Summary: The story was interesting, the new characters intriguing, and time travel mechanics compelling. I'm not a big fan of monster collecting, and it was a rather large part of this game, so I lowered the rating a bit. Perhaps the most impressive part of the game was that it was able to make Serah bearable for such a large amount of time.
Summary: The story was pretty much everywhere. The story to me sort of jumped around and confused me a bit here and there, but i was able to identify the main plot. When i first played as lighting i was soooo happy because i thought we would be able to play as her as an actual character but no. My dreams were crushed. I like how they made the game into a time traveling game with capturing monsters like pokemon. I was able to finish the game really quick.
Summary: I have been a fan of FinalFantasy since I have a memory I have played every final fantasy game and this one was WAY! better than Final Fantasy XIII but still I felt that square enix was not on track with the serie.
Summary: As a avid gamer I have followed the series since the days of the NES. The North American version FFIII was a game that changed the genre and gaming in general for the better and was one of the games that even defined the console. The series is known for award winning musical scores and ground breaking graphics and story lines. This is not the same title from the series I remember. Graphics are great everything else is hit and miss throughout.
Summary: The game is pretty good with not so linear storylines, great characters and that is a good thing. But on the downside, it gives you very little hints of where to go and that can become very frustrated sometimes. I don't need precisely location but more than just a picture in a large open area. Sometimes you wandering around for hours in the same place, fighting same enemies (they respawn) again and again. That can get very annoying and bored over time.
Summary: The graphics are really stunning, but the gameplay is kinda eh for me. It gets repetitive and boring quite quickly. Not really worth what I paid for it. It also might be worth noting that this is the first Final Fantasy game in the series I've played, which might have a hindrance on my ability to love it as much as those who have been playing since the first or second game.
Summary: I like the game, my only concern was with who I bought the game from. There was a sticker from the warehouse right on the package. Needless to say, the package will be damaged if I were to take the sticker off. It's just a personal gripe of mine to have stickers on my games, but to have it on a collectors edition?
Summary: But once again the XIII saga is tired after only two entries. Now there will be a third? Bleh. For those who haven't played FF XIII, it's one of the most despised games in Final Fantasy history. Straight corridors, almost no sidequests, no towns or shops really. Just a grind fest of story and running. Oh and when you continuously get into fights, at certain points, they put a level cap on you. Soooooo what's the point? Ok, anyways, enough with the XIII recollection.