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In FF8 I finally defeated Omega Weapon on 2/24/08 at 7:49pm.
In FF6 I defeated Kefka for the first time on 10/24/09 at 8:34pm.
So no matter what I do the bad guy wins, and he trolls you about it? Welp I'm not sure if I should get this.
I'm not fond of Snow and it's highly unfair that he only gets a novel. Sazh's scenario should have been in novel. Anyway, I hope that something else is being released before Lightning's scenario DLC. Maybe Square-Enix will surprise us and won't be another Colosseum DLC but a scenario DLC for Fang & Vanille.
Last edited by oathkeeperriku09; April 16, 2012 at 04:46 PM.
Quick question, I platinum'd the game last night, but there are still 3 spots on the Historia Crux that are empty all the way to the left. They are separated from the rest of the crux by a dot, and then the 3 spots are next to each other and empty. Are those for DLC? If so, Sazh, Lightning, and...???
Could someone tell me the differences between this and XIII, please? I'm trying to see if it's worth a purchase~
Love too, but I have to head home. Anyone viewing, plaese tell him please?
Gameplay wise, the fights are face-paced, you work with classes, AKA Paradigns, to tell your allies what to do and there are a lot of new enemies. Crystalithium is what you use to level up your characters powers with the spending of points. Be prepared, half the game is linear. This was made to answer FF12's problem of "The world seemed too big and was hard to know where to go next". The other half is on Grand Pulse and that is very wide open and feels very free. If you are a person who likes story driven games with cool battles, you will probably won't mind the map. This is a different Final Fantasy (Fans wanted something different and new), so you have to be a little open minded about it.
Story wise, FFXIII-2 is about Lighting's sister Serah and a boy named Noel, who is from the future. The two of them go through time and space because Lightning has disappeared. The two go through time fixing "paradoxes" that a villain named Caius has been doing. He wants to send everything into a place called Valhalla to fix something he doesn't like. Noel is also looking of a girl named Yuel who can see into the future and has a personal connection to him.
The game was to answer to the fans who complained about the "linearity" in FFXIII and this game is more gameplay/player driven. You have only two people, but your 3rd party member is a monster that you can choose from and obtain in battles. This bit is kind of like Pokemon and you can even dress them up and have stronger monsters absorb weaker monster to gain new powers and level up. The battle system has also significantly improved and is even more fast paced than FFXIII's was. There is A LOT of extras and you will be going back for much of the stuff (Including 9 different endings and DLC arena battles! If you liked Mass Effect for the choices and diversity of endings, you will love this part!) You can even go back and visit places from different times and alternate realities!
Spoiler: Ending wise
Last edited by tri-blade; April 16, 2012 at 10:53 PM.
This is probably the best captive princess story I have ever watched (start at 0:22 and to the end)
Holy bad writing Batman!!!
When does the new famitsu issue come out? This week sometime?