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Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII Preview | GamesRadar

GamesRadar: "XIII-2's lack of Lightning as a playable character--a common point brought up in player feedback according to producer Yoshinori Kitase and director Motomu Toriyama--will be remedied in a drastic way: She'll be the only playable character in the upcoming Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII.

This is an interesting alteration for a franchise that has traditionally included a large cast of playable characters. That's not to say Lightning is the only familiar face you'll see from earlier entries in the franchise--Hope and Noel made an appearance during our demo--but the latest addition to the series is a personal story meant to conclude her tale." (Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII, PS3, Xbox 360)

elda  +   922d ago
I like the FF character Lightning,I enjoyed FF-XIII,not so much FF-XIII-2 still have the game & a year later still haven't finished it,but this game looks interesting may give it a try when it's released.

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