Final Fantasy XIII-2 Collector's Edition - Xbox 360
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Hone your strategy, and take greater command of the paradigms than ever before thanks to the new tuning feature in the Active Time Battle system
Immerse yourself in the adventure as cinematic action sequences blur the line between battles and cutscenes
Explore richly developed, living environments teeming with NPCs and opportunities to embark on side missions
Recruit, tame and develop more than 150 different monsters as party members, including iconic monsters like cactuars, tonberries and behemoths
Collector's Edition includes Final Fantasy XIII-2, game manual, four-disc original soundtrack and 20-page artbook, all contained within a hardcover case with character illustrations by Yoshitaka Amano
Immerse yourself in the Final Fantasy experience with the sounds of the saga on the four-disc original soundtrack
Flip through the 20-page artbook to see stunning concept art of game environments, monsters and weapons
Continues the adventure of the Final Fantasy franchise, three years after the events of Final Fantasy XIII
Encounter a mysterious man named Noel and set off on an adventure to save Lightning
Join Serah and Noel as they scour the land in search of Lightning, and determine the outcome of the story in multipath, player-driven gameplay
- PlatformXbox 360
- Number of Discs5
- ESRB CategoryLanguage, Sexual Content, Violence, Other Descriptors
- GenreRole Playing
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
What fantasy!Posted .
So far, the best of the series. Wonderful graphics and gameplay.I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 2 out of 5 stars
Decent followup, but riddled with problemsPosted .
Unlike FFXIII, this sequel delivers more variety and freedom to engage our precious playtime. XIII-2 also unfortunately stumbles with some of the worst sidequest content, characterization, plotting, and gameplay balance the series has yet seen. Far too easy, even in comparison to XIII, to the point that the novel combat system fails to elicit any meaningful tactical decision(barely need to bother customizing paradigms or monster companions for success), and the character progression moves too fast, outpacing any threat or opposition the game throws your way. What is left is a confusing and poorly written tale of awkward time travel manipulation and narrative inconveniences that never fulfills with a proper conclusion. Good production values don't save the problematic execution. What was supposed to be an improvement based on complaints in FFXIII, ended up an even worse attempt to get longtime fans back on board with this silly universe. Pass this up.No, I would not recommend this to a friend
Rated 4 out of 5 stars
A good sequelPosted .
This is a good sequel to the 13. Story-lines of the FF franchise are usually good.I would recommend this to a friend