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Final Fantasy XIII-2 (English language Version)

Final Fantasy XIII-2 (English language Version)

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The game takes players to an era when the Cocoon crumbles. In this new world, everyone assums that Lightning is dead, except for Sara, who has never given up on her sister.

A new character came into the picture. Noel has powerful spells up his sleeve and together with Sara and the Moogle, they set off to explore the unknown lands. Monsters attack in hordes and after the battle, players will be presented with an option to befriend these beasts. The beasts all have special skills, so make good use of them to boost your attacks.

Cinematic cut-ins plays a huge roll in the battles. Punch in the right button sequences on screen to launch a sure kill skill.

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Official Release Date Jan 31, 2012
Language English
Genre RPG
Version  Asia
PAX-Code PAX0003492276
Catalog No.  BCAS-20225
Item Code  4948872962230


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Average rating:  (4.5 out of 5)
Total votes:21

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tempkol2 (10) on 11, Aug. 2012 22:35 (HKT)
nice gameplay and graphic. a lot better than XIII
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keithmaxx (18) on 01, Aug. 2012 01:31 (HKT)
Definitely an improvement
Story-wise it's no longer linear and it won't take you 30 hours just to get past the "introduction" anymore, which is a good thing. The ending(?) is a bit of a shocker, and it makes you curious for more.

The battle mechanics, on the other hand, did not change much, which might mean that this is actually less of a challenge than the original. To get the most out of this, make sure to complete all quests, even though that means exploring every nook and cranny of the game.
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ongyibin (26) on 28, Jun. 2012 10:37 (HKT)
Feels unfinished...
I remember back when FF13 was in production, they have been news that the amount of discarded levels from 13 is enough to make a whole new game... well, FF13-2 feels just like Squarenix gobble together all the discarded materials and with minimum effort farts out FF13-2. That being said; I'm in my 37th hour into the game and I immediately set it aside once I got my hands on Diablo3. FF games used to mean something to me, but now Squarenix just keep going downhill. Hironobu Sakaguchi!!! why'd you left....
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NekoKing (3) on 05, Apr. 2012 16:51 (HKT)
Nice changes, but could do better
As the title suggests, it's better than the 1st game in terms of freedom. But the sad thing is that the developer has demoted most of the characters from the 1st game, at best, some extra that make cameo appearances (if not killed off altogether.....)

Main story is quite short (if you don't side track) but it does has side quests to for the purpose of time killing.

Captured Monster as 3rd party member...... well, it's a fresh idea... but i'd prefer some real character that help grows the story instead of some creature that is a good as useless outside the battlefield. Tho the "upgrading" of the monster is kinda fun on its own.

Anyways, bottom line, this is a good enough game for you to at least give it a try if you like RPGs, but not good enough for you to be crazy about it (even if a RPG lover, more so if you're a FF fan.)
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ydaribayev (31) on 30, Mar. 2012 16:44 (HKT)
Usually hate this kind of addon like sequels, but this one is really AWESOME!

Try it yourself, and you will understand what I mean :)
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