Just like FFXIII, some people are going to like FFXIII-2 a lot, and some would only be happy if every disc was micturated upon and set on fire. C'est la vie. ~Josh Laddin
Ouch, wondering if I should return this unopened copy.
Dont. It's an incredibly good game. It's one of the first games I've ever seen on here to get both 9's and 5's. A lot of troll reviews out there, but this game is really fun, and the best FF since X, so at least try it.
Ouch? A 3.5 is a 7, which is just a little lower than what I'd give the game (at around a 7.5-8). I'm enjoying the game quite a bit. But don't let my opinion sway you: I'm just some guy. JUST LIKE EVERY REVIEWER OUT THERE. If you're interested in XIII-2, then you played XIII. If you liked it, but wished a few things here and there were changed, give it a try. Otherwise, skip it.
and kingdom of A is getting 6's and 7's too, hit happens Play the game yourself
Yep. Recommended for XIII fans, anti-recommended for non-XIII fans. That's pretty much the deal, with this game.
I can't believe they made this.
i cant believe they didnt release it sooner its that great
"Recommended for XIII fans, anti-recommended for non-XIII fans. That's pretty much the deal, with this game" thats bs, i hated ff13 and i'm loving 13-2.if you want to hate the game (seems like everyone does), thats ur business but don't try and speak for everyone else.13-2 is what 13 should've been in a # of ways.if you want a soild jrpg you can't go wrong with 13-2.
Same, I hated 13 but as of right now I'm loving 13-2. Especially the soundtrack. I was surprised to see the reviewer from RPGFan didn't like the soundtrack, but I find myself looking the songs on youtube as background music while I grind on a korean MMO that need not be named LOL.
I thought XIII was okay-ish but XIII-2 is really a true return to quality FF games for me. There's so much you can do and see, and explore. It's everything XIII should've been. I also love mog tossing.
LOL. As of right now id give it a 9. Its everything i love about jrpg's. Hope it holds up well over the next 40 or so odd hours.
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