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06-25-18 12:55 PM

Square Enix
Square Enix
UPC: 662248911021

Released: 1-31-12
Players: 1
Country Origin: US
Trophies: 32
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Game Genre:
Role-Playing (RPG)
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Genre Non-Sport:
Anime / Manga, Fantasy, Real-Time, Sci-Fi / Futuristic, Turn-based

Price Guide (USD):
Loose:  $6.78
Complete:  $9.98
New:  $13.99
Rarity:  2/10

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HD Video Output: 480P, 720P, 1080i, 1080P, Dualshock 3

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Final Fantasy XIII-2

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Rating: 7.8 (5 votes)
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Final Fantasy XIII-2 Box Description

Change the future. Catastrophic events have been set into motion. With the timeline corrupted and the future clouded in uncertainty, two will rise to right the wrongs. The FINAL FANTASY XIII saga continues in this adventure that transcends both time and space.

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Final Fantasy XIII-2 Review by: Mynamescox44 - 8/10

Final Fantasy XIII-2 - A Little Different
Final Fantasy XIII-2 is another JRPG created by Square Enix, and is the direct sequel to FF13. It still features the paradigm battle system of 13, though it does have a new twist. Instead of having 3 party members, and multiple characters to choose from, you have 2 set party members, and can catch monsters to fight for you as the 3rd member. The game follows something of a Time Traveller theme, though it's still done in a way that's not overly played out. Like many sequels, I don't believe it lives up to the first, but it's still a pretty good title nonetheless. This is only the second installment of the franchise to be a direct sequel. But enough rambling, on to the review!

Graphics 10 / 10 -- The graphics of this game are as beautiful as you could possibly imagine. The characters look incredibly realistic, regardless of their unrealistic design (we all know Final Fantasy can be a little over the top). The detail in this game is so great, it's pretty hard to even tell the difference between the actual game play and the FMVs it features. The spells and attacks in the game look phenomenal and could not have been done any better, period. Every detail this game has down to the smallest blade of grass is just simply breathtaking. There's an area full of lush greenery and colorful plant, and I had to literally stop playing for a good 10+ minutes just to soak it all in. The backdrops are arguably more beautiful than what you can find in real life. The technological aspects look great too, as you will visit a futuristic setting which features incredible accuracy as well. I really can't praise this area enough.

Sound 10 / 10 -- The game is just as good in the audio department as it is visual. I absolutely adore this game's soundtrack for it's perfection composition and the way they added lyrics to a lot of the tracks. Some vocalists can make or break a song for people, but the way these tracks were composed, when you're concentrating on the game itself, you may not even notice them most of the time. And of course fans of the franchise know Final Fantasy is a great source for excellent boss / battle music, though the field and event tracks are just as captivating. The voice actors do a great job for the most part, and I say that not really caring for the choice of one of the two main characters. Many of the cast from the first game make an appearance, and they almost all feature a return from the same actor as before, which is something many fans will appreciate. The effects are also very well done, but there's nothing significant to them off the top of my head. They pretty much follow your typical formula for everything the game presents (attacks, walking, opening a chest, etc), though the chocobo cry is a nice touch.

Addictiveness 7 / 10 -- If you enjoy the new formula for combat of the FF13 games, then this one will be no different. The combat is fast paced, and will always keep you on your toes ready to switch paradigms at any moment. A unique aspect for this game is the ability to choose a monster as your third party member, and there are plenty to hunt for. The game still follows your 6 role and 6 preset paradigm formula, though each monster obtained has only 1 role they use, and you can only have 3 monsters active in your paradigms at any given time, which adds another level of depth to finding and using said monsters. There are about 2 dozen full areas to explore and conquer, each offering their own objectives. The game has you hunting down shards, and to get them all you're probably going to have to make a second trip through. The game also gives you an item for completion, allowing you to unlock all of the alternate endings.

Story 8 / 10 -- What's a Final Fantasy game without an over the top and intricate story, am I right? I can't really set the story up too much without giving away spoilers from the first game, but I'll do my best here. Basically, something happens that causes the time line of the world to skew, throwing Serah (the main character) into a whole heap of trouble she didn't ask for. She somehow encounters Noel, a man from 7000 years in the future, where almost everything in the world has gone extinct. He is the last human in existence at his origin point in time, and is eager to use this disturbance in the time line to try and change his bleak future of a world. Together they set out to find the cause, and hopefully solution, to this disturbance, among a couple of other reasons I won't spoil for you.

Depth 9 / 10 --  As with most Final Fantasy titles, there is quite a bit to do here. The main story will keep you preoccupied a good while, and if you're going for a 100% completion, prepare to be here awhile. The game offers 160 shards to collect, many of which are necessary for progressing through the game, but about half are entirely optional. Collecting these is a very daunting task, as quite a few will require an almost insane amount of effort to obtain. There are also about 11 alternate endings you can obtain after the main story has been completed, but keep in mind each one will be very difficult to obtain as they require defeating an extremely powerful boss. There is also chocobo racing you can take part in, and you can gamble on the races too. Gambling is one of the best ways to obtain some extremely rare items if you're good at it. There's even more to do, but it's mostly small stuff, so I'll stop rambling.

Difficulty 7 / 10 -- Overall the game isn't too difficult. Most of the regular enemies can be taken down relatively easily, and with a slight hint of grinding and preparation, the bosses shouldn't be much of an issue. A large part of the difficulty here is collecting monsters to use in your party. Obtaining one is like a random drop, and you must kill the monster you wish to obtain for a chance at them. Each monster also has their own unique Overdrive ability, which can provide a significant boost in a pinch. The gauge for said Overdrive also stays filled when switching paradigms that change out which monster is aiding you, allowing you to build a chain, then switch to another monster for their ability. Overall I would say the most difficult thing to do in the game is collecting the optional shards (and some mandatory ones) to unlock more content in the game / post-game.

Overall 8 / 10 -- I really loved this title and I hope my review has convinced you it's not as bad as the hate some critics give it. Any fan of the franchise (who can stand the new combat system) will greatly enjoy this title, and I hope you give it a chance.

Hope you enjoyed the review :)
  Graphics 10   Sound 10   Addictive 7   Depth 9   Story 8   Difficulty 7

Final Fantasy XIII-2 Game Description

Change the future. Catastrophic events have been set into motion. With the timeline corrupted and the future clouded in uncertainty, two will rise to right the wrongs. The FINAL FANTASY XIII saga continues in this adventure that transcends both time and space.

Final Fantasy XIII-2 Reviews

Overall 7.8    Graphics 8.5    Sound 9    Addictive 7    Story 8    Depth 9    Difficulty 5.5

Final Fantasy XIII-2 - A Little Different   Mynamescox44
Final Fantasy XIII-2 is another JRPG created by Square Enix, and is the direct sequel to FF13. It st...
  Graphics 10   Sound 10   Addictive 7   Story 8   Depth 9   Difficulty 7

      Review Rating: 5/5     Submitted: 07-06-16     Review Replies: 1

Final Fantasy XIII-2   legacyme3
I will make it known, for the record, that I have played both Final Fantasy XIII and XIII-2. I will ...
  Graphics 7   Sound 8   Addictive 7   Story 8   Depth 9   Difficulty 4

      Review Rating: 3/5     Submitted: 09-22-12     Review Replies: 2

Final Fantasy XIII-2 Cheat Codes

Fragment Skills

In Serendity, you can unlock certain fragment skill through the Mystic to help you throughout the game.

Anti-grav Jump Available after Chapter 5
Bargain Hunter Available after Chapter 5
Battlemania Complete the Academic Rank: Paradox Professor in Academia 400 AF
Chocobo Music Collect all Fragments in the Monster Bits and Bounty Hunter categories including the Archylte Steppe bosses
Clock Master Collect all 160 Fragments
Encounter Master Collect all Fragments in all versions of Yaschas Massif
Eyes of the Goddess Collect all Fragments in: New Bodhum (003AF), Bresha Ruins (005AF), Yaschas Massif (010AF and 01XAF), Oerba (200AF) and Sunleth Waterscape (300AF)
Field Killer Collect all Fragments in the Academic Reward and Great Mog Wisdom categories
Mobile Mog Collect all Fragments in all versions of Oerba including the Paradox ending in 200AF
Monster Collector Collect all Fragments in Vile Peaks in both 200 and 010 AF
Paradox Scope Beat the game
Rolling in CP Collect every Fragment in all versions of Bresha Ruins and Yaschas Massif

Improved Moggle Throw: Monster Crystals

This can only acquire when you reach Serendipity on the first time, talk to Mystic and she will give you Mog's Manifestation which can improve your moggle's throw and Haggler skill to increase your sale price by 10%. Do this moggle throw at certain areas to get one of a kind monster crystal.

Cactuarama A Dying World 700 - Throw Mog on to position close to Chocolina in the black sands zone.
Cactuarina New Bodhum 003AF - Throw Mog into the crater beneath the gate in the meteorite impact site area.
Chichu Archylte Steppe ???AF - Throw Mog into the patch of red flowers close to the cactuar waystone on the plains of eternity.
Leyak Sunleth Waterscape 300AF - Hurl Mog at the two Miniflan while riding the giant beast in the anime trail area.
Nanochu Archylte Steppe ???AF - Throw Mog onto the small island at the center of the clearwater marshes. The probability of finding the Nanochu crystal is 10%
Rangda New Bodhum 003AF - Throw Mog into the ocean from the pier east of the NORA house.
Silver Chocobo Academia 4XXAF - Throw Mog onto the platform beneath the holographic projection of Cocoon.

XMB Themes

After completing certain requirements the following XMB themes become available for download from the title screen:

Alternate Lightning XMB Theme Obtain the "Master of Time" Platinum Trophy
Lightnng XMB Theme Have a FFXIII Game Save
Mog XMB Theme Obtain the "Fair Fighter" Trophy
Noel Kreiss XMB Theme Get 5 star rating on final boss
Serah Farron XMB Theme Obtain the "Defragmented" Trophy

Secret Ending

After collecting all 160 fragments, activate the Paradox Scope and repeat the final boss battles in Academia (500AF) to view a secret ending after the credits roll.


There are 19 Bronze Trophies, 6 Silver Trophies, 6 Gold Trophies, and 1 Platinum Trophy.

Anomalous Witnessed every possible Paradox Ending. Silver
Beast Tamer Befriended a most unfriendly monster. Gold
Big Game Hunter Defeated every worthy opponent. Silver
Budding Hunter Defeated an army's worth of enemies. Silver
Cerulean Medal Defeated a powerful enemy with valiant skill. Bronze
Choco-boco-holic Spent a fortune at shops. Bronze
Chronosavior Obtained the highest possible result in the battle to determine the fate of the world. Gold
Clock Stopper Responded swiftly to the appearance of enemies. Bronze
Defragmented Completed every fragment category. Gold
Early Riser Accepted a new fate in a world where everything has changed. Bronze
Epic Finisher Followed the story to its conclusion. Gold
Fair Fighter Defeated a powerful enemy on equal terms. Gold
Fragmented Completed an entire fragment category. Silver
Future Espier Visited the place where clues to the future lie waiting to be discovered. Bronze
Giant's Fist Dealt 99,999 damage with a single attack. Gold
Master of Time Mastered the timeline and obtained every trophy available. Platinum
No Retreat Fought a significant number of battles without using the "Retry" option. Bronze
Obsidian Medal Defeated a powerful enemy with perfect execution. Bronze
Past Gazer Visited the place where the saviors of the past dream in crystal. Bronze
Promise Keeper Turned your back on empty dreams and joined the battle to save mankind. Bronze
Quick Draw Performed a significant number of preemptive strikes. Bronze
Saddle Sore Went the distance on chocobo-back. Bronze
Scarlet Medal Defeated a powerful enemy with graceful poise. Bronze
Serendipitous Amassed a fortune in casino coins. Bronze
Sooth Seeker Prepared to face a test of your determination in the rift where hidden truths slumber. Bronze
Staggering Staggered a significant number of enemies. Bronze
Strategist Performed a multitude of paradigm shifts. Bronze
Supreme Being Fully developed all abilities. Silver
Threat Facer Acknowledged the threat facing the world, and decided to fight back. Bronze
Time Traveler Left behind a normal life, and began a journey through time. Bronze
Trigger Finger Obtained five Cinematic Bonus rewards. Silver
Wild Thing Successfully used Feral Link abilities a significant number of times. Bronze

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