Final Fantasy XIII for Play. Station 3 Reviews. Millions of things have been sad about this game, and I have to agree with anyone who says this game does not feel like Final Fantasy game at all.
The premise of the game sounds promising at first glimpse, a large, futuristic town (Cocoon) built to protect its citizens from the wild world (Pulse) that lies beneath. Due to certain reasons, some inhabitants of Cocoon are supposed to be purged to Pulse, and in that progress our heroes arise because they are somehow connected with the purge. Sounds promising, right?
You would expect epic clashes between the two different worlds, exploration of two gigantic areas with an enormous amount of different places, towns, NPCs, travveling between the two worlds and lots of characters with interesting stories to tell, right? Well, you don't get any of that. Sometimes, keeping it simple works best, but they decided to go the exact opposite way. Until the end, I failed to understand what the deal with Pulse is anyway, and I forgot the names of 9.
Wasn't that what FF used to be about? Memorable villains like Kefka or infamous Sephiroth?
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The game is that fast- paced that you won't even have the chance to think about the story, there is no balance between tough areas with lots of enemies and towns to relax. From the first moment, you force your way through all kinds of enemies. No towns, no time to relax, just dashing forward and never look back, much like Resident Evil 5. The characters aren't very appealing either. I really did like Lightning as the main character, as she fits well with former characters, straight- forward, silent, brave and merciless but with a big heart.
The other characters don't offer the variety former casts did, and most of them will only be a nuisance. Storytelling- wise, all kinds of new things and names are thrown at you during the cutscenes, but as soon as you regain control it is the same rushing and fighting non- stop until the end. For one thing, I really like Lighning. She gets some ridiculous phrases (. Second, this game is gorgeous.
Lightning is determined, concentrated and independent. Initially, she is cold and standoffish, distancing herself from her companions. She only looks out for herself.
Sometimes, I just stood around somewhere, enjoying the scenery, especially on Pulse. It appeals me in a strange why, maybe because there are some optional enemies that really force you to become a master in that system. As a Final Fantasy game, this game fails in almost every aspect except graphics.
If you can get into the fighting system and the challenge the optional bosses offer, it can still be a somewhat worthwhile experience.
XIII: The Conspiracy (TV Mini- Series 2. Edit. The first female US President Sally Sheridan is shot dead by a sniper during her Veterans Day speech.
Her assassin narrowly escapes the scene with his life, national security hot on his heels - or so it seems. Three months later, an elderly couple discover the body of a wounded man in a tree, wearing a parachute. The young man (Dorff) cannot remember the slightest thing about his own identity. The only clue is a tattoo on his neck, .
Meanwhile, in the Whitehouse, government intelligence is still conducting the search for the President's killer. With the elections just weeks away, a confirmed suspect could swing the vote for the administration. Hours after XIII's location is picked up by covert intelligence, elite special ops forces are swarming the couple's house in Cape Fear. Running on adrenaline and instinct, XIII tactically takes out the soldiers one by one.
On the run, clinging to one desperate clue after another, XIII begins to piece back his life, fragments of his memory ..