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Final Fantasy XIII Playstation 3

Final Fantasy XIII Playstation 3

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Final Fantasy XIII Description

The city of Cocoon is a flying utopia, floating high above the skies on the planet Pulse. Created by a supernatural being known as the fal'Cie, it is a safe haven for the humans who live there and is protected by giant commissioned machines. Communication between Cocoon's citizens and the outside world has been barred by Cocoon's holy government, the Sanctum. The Sanctum use their own specialized army known as PSICOM to Purge any citizen who makes contact with outsiders from Pulse, and banishes them from Cocoon. When a former Cocoon soldier known as Lightning infiltrates Pulse with intent to destroy a fal'Cie who resides there, she along with two exiles, Vanille and Hope, are unwillingly marked as fal'Cie slaves known as l'Cie and are forced to do the fal'Cie bidding. Given the power of the crystals the newly formed l'Cie risk becoming crystallized creatures if they fail to complete their mission or Focus. In a sudden turn of events, the fal'Cie living on Pulse give Lightning and the other I'Cie one simple task; to take down PSICOM and bring about the end of Cocoon. Final Fantasy XIII is the first Final Fantasy to go High Definition on the next-gen consoles. It, along with Final Fantasy Agito XIII and Final Fantasy Versus XIII make up a collection of games under the Final Fantasy XIII label known as Fabula Nova Crystallis: Final Fantasy XIII.

Final Fantasy XIII Product Details

Genre: Role Playing
Rating: Teen
Publisher: Square Enix
UPC: 662248910017
Region: US and North America (NTSC)

Final Fantasy XIII Reviews

Start to my collection (Tara in Louisiana)

I bought this game with a ps3 and I am glad I did. It was like brand new also. I have played many hours on it already since I received it. Thank you JJgames. I will continue to do business with you and bring along more customers.

My Favorite JRPG (Steve in New Jersey)

I love this game its my favorite Final Fantasy Game every the story and the characters. If you like Final Fantasy X you will enjoy this game also :D

Final Fantasy XII (Great Game) (Shondell in New York)

Beautiful Graphics, great addition to the final fantasy series. Beat it, trying to platinum it so I can move on to Final Fantasy XIII-2.

BEAUTIFUL, but kinda boring I guess?? (Psycho in New Jersey)

The game is extremely linear. Hence it's nickname, "Final Hallway". It has some cool things though, and is at the very least, a decent game.

Because of it's unmatched graphics for a game of it's time, and the fact that it could compete with (and beat) recent video games in terms of graphics, you'd be silly to rate this game anything lower than an 8.

A little heavy on foreign concepts, but damn solid (Shawn C in Ontario)

I played this game through to the end at release, but only because I'd just found myself unemployed and needed something to do. The story stops about 60% through and forces you to slog through a ton of sidequests. I hate when games do that. The story is full of concepts and ideas that made no sense to me. I sold this game ages ago, and Lightning Returns' trailer convinced me I needed to check it out again. I loved this game so much more than before on a replay. Its biggest problem is that it's introducing us to the Fabula Nova Crystalis mythos and diving in head first. I think Final Fantasy fans needed to be eased into this. The game plays with flashbacks to the 13 days preceding the start of the story, and those flashbacks, I feel, would have made a lot more sense to have seen first and in order. Today, I love this game. I'm glad I replayed it, and I'm so excited for Lightning Returns.

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