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C/D: Lightning's sexiness is the only reason people still buy FFXIII games

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User Info: The_Pig_Hostage

The_Pig_Hostage
3 years ago#1
you know it's true

User Info: mmpepsi

mmpepsi
3 years ago#2
She is the most attractive female ever....fictional or otherwise.

But the XIII games are still great.

User Info: Bloodlines1191

Bloodlines1191
3 years ago#3
And Ali Hillis' voice because Liara <3
Nothing is True, Everything is Permitted
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User Info: viajarv

viajarv
3 years ago#5
I go to see the hardest working mini-skirt do its thing.

User Info: The_Weeaboo

The_Weeaboo
3 years ago#6
Lightning is a man.

Nomura knows it, too. I like how he puts "her" in Cloud's attire with that pre-order bonus. Made me laugh.
Nippon Banzai!

User Info: Ghost_Beast

Ghost_Beast
3 years ago#7
You call Lighting, SEXY? lol whut?!


Lighting is a pig dressed in a garbage bag and hobo's clothes
Do not feed the GameFaqs Hive Mind. If you do not like their super overrated overhyped game like the rest of the hive, they will insult you.

User Info: cyan1001

cyan1001
3 years ago#8
Deny

User Info: tiornys

tiornys
3 years ago#9
D.
I bought FFXIII-2 for the battle system, and will be doing the same for LR.
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User Info: The_Pig_Hostage

The_Pig_Hostage
3 years ago#10
tiornys posted...
D.
I bought FFXIII-2 for the battle system, and will be doing the same for LR.


I used to tell myself that too. It feels good to no longer be living a lie.
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