IGN: Square Enix on saying goodbye to Lightning, the return of XIII’s characters in Lightning Returns, and whether there will be next-gen versions.
Goodbye and good riddance.
I didnt like her as a character either--- they tried to force clouds persona upon her and --yeah that just doesnt work--- 15 looks like not only a fresh start but much better in general.
Looks forward to FFXV instead, and btw Squeenix your competitor namco released "Tales of Xillia" and it was far better than FFXIII. Get your shit together Square.
ha tales of games arent competition i like the tales games but i would choose ff any day
I don't really see Namco as competition to Square.
Though Square has fallen into the habit of reusing/interconnecting characters and worlds as the Tales series does. Losing the identity of their own franchise in the process.
I'll miss her boobs
lol I was going to say that. There are always more boobs out there and the physics will only keep improving!
Did Sazh say "Blasted Fuckball" or "Blasted Furball". hard to hear. lol
It sounded like he said fuckball to me.
saying goodbye? i wish we never met... i still ended up buying both games with her and i cant even bring myself to get through part 1
goodbye Claire, and I hope you never come back!
Bye Bye Lightning and all the other losers in FF13
GO TO HELL! & stay there & never come back, ok? thx
lol, some people are angry. Interesting concept. Wasn't a hit with everybody, and likely not as successful as Square-Enix would have liked. Still, neither the games nor the characters in them are as bad as most say.
I didn't hate FF13 but it wasn't the best, FF13-2 was definitely a great improvement and I enjoyed that a lot. I am willing to get FF13-3 and complete the saga. Hopefully the game adds some bonuses if it sees you have the previous two finished. Does anyone know if that is true?
I hope that this time they kill her Aerith style, that way we are sure she won't come back.
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