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What a lovely thing to have :),
This review is from: The Final Fantasy XIII Complete Official Guide - Collector's Edition (Hardcover)
I was given this as a gift by my ever-so-thoughtful girlfriend and I really love it. All sopiness aside, it's got great illustrations, is well put together and is invaluable if you want to save your tv screen from rage propelled controllers after losing the same battle for the eighth time.
It looks great on my bookshelf and gets jealous glances from my fan-boy friends.
The ONLY downside is that it does contain some pretty huge spoilers (obviously) and so care must be taken not to read ahead of play unless you're really stuck.
I can't wait to finish the game so I can read it with complete impunity.
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Initial post: 20 Apr 2010 05:08:51 BDT
Bertie Buggerington says:
I've got stacks of Piggyback guides....no one can touch them. They never contain mistakes, where Prima and Brady brand guides contain a wealth of errors. I simply can't get it into my head how they can produce such in-depth, big heavy guide books for such a reasonable price as £10-£15...they're fantastic. Mind you, I only use them for RPG's...as other types of games I find I don't need a guide, but unless you're a walking computer....you need this type of guide for RPG's like FFXII and FFXIII....I mean, try keeping that Bestiary in your frontal lobe...LOL....not gonna happen.
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