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I enjoyed both for varying reasons. XIII for the characters, difficulty, story (well..as much as one can conceive of said story), and XIII-2 for the open ended aspect, monster system, extra content over the main game.
Courage is the magic that turns dreams into reality. Dragon Quest>Ys=SMT=Tales>Final Fantasy, but I enjoy all five.
^ That is the most ridiculous thing I have ever heard. FFXIII was an original title with original content, FFXIII-2 was some excuse for a game that was better off as downloadable content (something I always avoid).
Even if aspects of the game were improved on (perhaps the battle system and nothing else), then it still holds true that the game is dependent on FFXIII content.
XIII at least had a somewhat coherent story and logic, XIII-2 stunk of gratuity. Your comment just goes to show why these companies are able to leech their demographics, believing in the illusion of improvement...
Agree with this 100%.
13-2 is nothing with out 13, Absolutely nothing.
No matter how many of the so called improvements they incorporate, a turd is still a turd, a cash grab is still a cash grab.
Sneer Plunge into the chasms of time. - Jihl Nabaat
People still think Final Final XIII-2 had a good story. It was horribad.
Different opinions. That's all.
ANY plot involving time travel is usually almost always horribad, and always, always, ALWAYS riddled with plot holes, FF13-2s is no exception.
So? Some people can look past or may not realise the plotholes. As for a game with time travel being horribad, I disagree since XIII-2 wasn't.
No, not even on the most simplistic level, the characters are flat, stereotypical, and boring, and the main villians goal was....stupid, so much so that I seriously didnt care. I can sum up this entire plot with the games favorite 2 words......." time paradox"
Its commonly known on Gamefaqs that if anything is more evident than proven facts, its personal opinions.