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Submitted by kevco33 2249d ago | review

Import Review: Final Fantasy XIII - Electronic Theatre

Regardless of language barriers, each of the game's stars' personalities shines through by way of their actions, facial expressions and body language. Plot advancement is handled through a combination of cut-scenes and in-game story telling, and even lesser, almost inconsequential characters are defined as individuals in a densely populated world. Even before taking into account the addictive nature of the gameplay, Square Enix has achieved a more than commendable feat in videogame engineering through the creation of such an intriguing and complex world, capable of ensuring suspension-of-disbelief for more than a few hours. Final Fantasy XIII marks the attainment of new milestones in creating believable virtual societies. (Final Fantasy XIII, PS3) -

mgirl  +   2249d ago
great review! Really got into the game but still managed to avoid spoilers. Shame they didnt' give it a score though.

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