Final Fantasy XIII: Fabula Nova Crystallis (PS3) Reviews
Product Type: Square Enix PS3 games
Description:Genre: Role Playing for PLAYSTATION 3 / 12 years and over / Published by Square Enix / Release date: 2010-03-09
Newest Review: ... saucer with an array of mini-games. This also deteriorated into a string a battles which left me thinking "fail, Square ... more
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Customer Final Fantasy XIII: Fabula Nova Crystallis (PS3) Reviews (2)
by - written on 15/08/10 (Very useful, 8 readings)
So I thought I'd give you guys the lowdown on what this game is like. Honestly, it's a mixed bag. The first few chapters remind you of what made Final Fantasy good. The presentation is top-notch and really makes the experience magical; everything from the lush graphics, epic music, story telling... The game certainly presents itself well, and I think this is why it sold well. I guess in theory if you liked X then it'd make sense for you to like this, unfortunately my tolerance for over-linearity has gone down. What really pulls this game down is surprisingly, the gameplay. Whilst it's enjoyable for the first five chapters (ten hours) whilst you're ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/02/10, updated on 16/02/10 (Very useful, 57 readings)
Being a huge Final Fantasy fan, I've been waiting for this game with baited breath. However, as the release date creeps ever closer, more and more negative reviews are starting to appear. I remember the same thing happening with Final Fantasy 12, and I have to admit I was sorely disappointed with that game when I finally played it. As a result, my excitement about Final Fantasy 13 gradually diminished, replaced instead by a sense of unease and dread. For those who have yet to come across the vitriolic ranting of disappointed fans on the internet, the negativity surrounding the game is essentially based on two things - there's no towns and the game is ... Read the complete review
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