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Final Fantasy XIII-2 - Limited Collector's Edition (PS3)

Platform : PlayStation 3
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  • Platform:   PlayStation 3
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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  • ASIN: B005WK4LX0
  • Product Dimensions: 19.2 x 14.2 x 3.4 cm ; 118 g
  • Release Date: 3 Feb. 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (22 customer reviews)
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Sílvia Dias on 12 Feb. 2012
Okay so I believe if you're reading this, you're familiar with Final Fantasy series, specially Final Fantasy XIII.

I've reviewed the last with a "It was a disappointment" testimonal, although I still liked it in some aspects. A direct sequel was announced and I couldn't stop thinking if it would go any good or not...

It came out, I'm still playing it and since I'm over 24h of play-through, already, I believe I can write my new testimonial: it is brilliant! If you're reluctant whether you should play it or not (if you didn't enjoy FFXIII), please do! You'll be overwhelmed! Final Fantasy's wonderful characteristics are back once again!

It's not a linear playthrough, anymore -- you're free to wander around and you can do alot of sidequests that will add new info to the story,the characters are deep and have personalities (finally), even the ones that we met before are all "grown up" in terms of personality and you can get to know them even better.

Funny dialogues, deep ones too...everything we were used to. In the first couple of hours of playing, I found myself getting my eyes all watery because of the deep and emotional dialogues along with the new events.

I've finally mastered the "paradigm" battle-system. I don't know if it's because I've played with it before or if it gets better explained in this one. If you're new to Final Fantasy and if you're now playing FFXIII-2 without having playing the previous one, do no stress because this one is really well developed for that matter: lots of info about past events, characters and so on, are added throughout the story-line and will make you feel comfortable with all the events.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Drkmttr2007 on 4 Feb. 2012
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This is Square Enix's 4th sequel in a numbered title in the series and it's the sequel to the original game on PS3 and for the second time, Xbox 360.

The story this time is Lightning - who is praising a statue called Etro in the opening intro - has gone missing and Serah is wondering where she is with help from a new character called Noel Kreiss, who knows where she is. Lightning (a warrior goddess now) is in the future and she's in a new location for XIII-2 called Valhalla - a big futuristic city. She's too busy battling a new villian of the game called Caius Balled in that city and there's a girl with him called Yeul. Serah and Noel set out to find Lightning, stop Caius and change the future.

The game now focuses on time traveling, a new feature in the XIII-2 - which I believe this is the first final fantasy to use time traveling - called Historia Crux and this is where you'll go to place to place rather than doing that on foot or chocobo. There's different time periods in certain locations once you've unlocked them and they will look different if you go to the future or the past of that place. It's the same place, but in a diffferent time period. This is a great feature and it also has a little intro before you go to that location.

Another feature which the game also focuses on is that you can recuit monsters to join your party. There isn't no learning how to do this and it's easy. You go into battle, defeat the enemies, they turn into crystal and that monster is yours keep, but there's more than just that. You can set up their abilities, you can change their name, but you can't input your own name yourself, you only pick from pre-made names and also, you can dress the monsters up in different accessories.
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This game is really, really good.It takes FFXIII's excellent stroyline and expands upon it, not always coherently but always with provocative innovation. Playing it feels refreshingly pleasing. The first half of the game makes you feel like you're playing a Final Fantasy version of Chrono Trigger, but then you realize its actually a crossover with Kingdom Hearts. This is not necessarilly bad, just a little bit weird: while it sometimes over-drammatizes the story, the acting and direction are mostly great. Anyway, every problem XIII might have had is here fixed. Only thing is, the game leaves you wanting more.
This Limited Edition looks great, only bad thing is the music 'selection': the game's music is fantastic, but the CD this comes with has only 6 tracks (out of 79!) and not the best IMO. The rest is excellent. Right now its cheap enough;you shoould try it.
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Minimad123 on 8 Feb. 2012
This is a amazing game and I am hooked. If I didn't have to go to work I wouldnt leave the playstation. I do recomend that people buy the user guide to go with the game to help collect all the fragments as there hidden all over the place. The Moogle is a clever addition to the game as well, I love it when it transforms.

Though I do recomend playing Final Fantasy XIII before this, if you've never played a Final Fantasy title before then this is the one for you. Its not overlly hard which can be overwhelming to new gamers leaving there morale feeling low. XIII-2 uses a basic levelling up crystalasium, i recommend keeping a good balance on these.

The collectors edition is the one I got and I have to say i'm very impressed by my extras. I also go the pre-order pack too and the steel case fits nicely onto my DVD rack (which my PS3 games dont LOL)

So, sumarasing title BUY THIS GAME!
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