If you liked FFXIII but wished for a more open gameplay and ...
Li Dinglun, Amazon
13 July 2014
Summary: This is probably the FFXIII game that has the most sandbox feel, the most connected quests and believable plot out of the 3. If you liked FFXIII but wished for a more open gameplay and huge customization options, this is for you. Only downside is the graphics, a bit unattractive and looks pixelated in certain parts of the game.
Summary: I've always been a fan of the Final Fantasy games and have played them in the past. So this one is really no different. I like it...at the moment I'm having issues getting past one of the bosses, but other than that it's pretty good.
Summary: He likes it, he only bought it because he beat the first one, and he wanted to get to the second one, so I bought it for him, and he seemed to like it, I mean he plays it, so I guess so. Great game!
Summary: I had never tried any Final Fantasy game before so I wasn't sure what to expect. On top of that, I chose to start with the 2nd part of Final Fantasy 13 so I really wasn't sure if I had made a good decision or a mistake. I was happy to see that they did give a recap of the first Final Fantasy 13 which was nice though I admit I didn't have the patience to go through all of it. The graphics in the game were fantastic!
Summary: I only got this game because I found it on sale for ten dollars. I had played the first in the series, and somewhat enjoyed it, but not enough to be interested in a sequel at full price. After the game arrived, I played it for 20 minutes and then shelved it for another 3 months. Well this month I finally went back to it, and it grew on me quite a lot to the point that I'd honestly recommend it if you even liked FFXIII a tiny little bit.
Summary: I started playing Final Fantasy with FF7 on PS1 and it was the game that really brought me into the gaming world. This installment has a good story and is fun as long as you can get into it. The combat is very different than the traditional FF series (final fantasy 10 and back). If you haven't played a recent FF series game I suggest barrowing or renting first before you commit to purchasing.
Summary: I love the game, but the battle system can get pretty boring at times. I know I can pick whatever skills I want but Auto battle is just easier for the most part and it kind of becomes a hastle to use skills manually However 13-3 battle system seems a lot nicer
Summary: Most of the gripes people had with the previous game have been addressed in this sequel. FFXIII-2 is non-linear, allowing the player to progress in a number of different ways. There are still key events that need to be played out at some points, but the game largely leaves it up to the player to decide when to start those events, and there are plenty of side-quests to keep the player occupied in the mean-time.
Summary: Not enough Lightning, and the random monster party was kind of interesting, but it was fun to jump through time and solve a few mysteries. Loved all the alternate endings. The no where near as linear as FFXIII.