Final Fantasy XIII (2009)

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In a futuristic city, a group of adventurers must fight the government forces controlled by an alien force to stop its plan to destroy the world.

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18 April 2012 | anthonyaugustus3333
8
| Finish it once,then put it away forever...
Stunning graphics,good plots and strong characters.All of that is still not enough to make this game superior to FF 7;FF 8;FF 9;FF 10 and mainly to FF 12. The lack of optional things to do in this game is its greatest flaw.While in other FFs we have several optional bosses,stories and stuff,this one only has hunts!Why one would waste its time hunting monsters,many of them that can only be defeated after the end of the game,to earn items to make your characters stronger to fight no-one else but these hunted monsters??

We can have good times playing this one.All magic lies on the first time you play it.It is a Final Fantasy,thus it deserves to be played,only once, not twice.We can't spend too much time playing this one.

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Trivia

Lightning weapons are gun-blades and the name of one of the weapons she can obtain is called Lionheart. This is in reference to another Final Fantasy character, Squall Leonhart of Final Fantasy VIII (1999) who also wields the gunblade.


Quotes

Oerba Dia Vanille: The thirteen days after we awoke were the beginning of the end.


Goofs

During battle sequences, Snow's trench coat has artwork on the back; however, in the field, there's nothing there. These designs serve as Snow's equipable "weapon" as the design changes as the player equips new weapons. Equipped weapons appear in battle and do not appear in the field for any of the characters.


Alternate Versions

The Xbox 360 version of Final Fantasy XIII required 3 discs to play and when the player got to the end of Disc 1. A message would appear Please Insert Final Fantasy XIII Disc 2 and when they got to the end of Disc 2 another message would appear Please Insert Final Fantasy XIII Disc 3.


Soundtracks

My Hands
From the album "Echo"
Used courtesy of J Records/Syco Music
Vocalist:
Leona Lewis
Lyricsts: Arnthor Birgisson and Ina Wroldsen
Composers: Arnthor Birgisson and Ina Wroldsen
Producer: Arnthor Birgisson
Mixing Engineer: Manny Marroquin
Assistant Mixing Engineers: Christian Plata and Erik Madrid
Recording Engineers: Rich Cooper, Seth Waldmann, and Neil Tucker
Recording and Mixing Studios: British Grove Studios, London; Conway Studios, Los Angeles; Dean Street Studios,
London; Metropolis Studios, London; The Vault, Sweden; Mixed at Larrabee Sound Studio, North Hollywood

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Genres

Action | Adventure | Drama | Fantasy | Mystery | Sci-Fi

Details

Release Date:

9 March 2010

Language

Japanese, English


Country of Origin

Japan

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