If you haven't played the previous Final Fantasy XIII games, there's a good chance that you won't like Lightning Returns. If you have played the previous games, there's a good chance you still won't like it. Square Enix has made some bold changes to the gameplay and unfortunately not all of them work.
How many things would you like to download onto your PlayStation consoles this week? Was your answer “all of the things?” Because that's exactly what you're getting. The harvest is bountiful this week as the PlayStation Vita and PlayStation 3 get a dose of brand new games, Classics, bundles and DLC, including the Valentine's Day delivery of the highly anticipated The Last of Us: Left Behind.
Square Enix announced a nostalgia-heavy pre-order bonus for Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII. Anyone who reserves the game prior to launch will receive Cloud Strife SOLDIER 1st Class DLC, inspired by Final Fantasy 7's spikey-haired hero.
Just in time for E3, Square-Enix has released a new trailer and a release date for Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII, the third and (supposedly) final chapter in the saga. To celebrate, they've also released a new trailer for the game, now set to release on February 11, 2014.
Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII's debut trailer from this week drew a lot of attention in part because of the catchy, electronic song it featured. If the song made sweet, sweet love to your ears then you'll be pleased to know that the track, entitled "Crimson Blitz," can now be purchased through iTunes.
Final Fantasy fans are getting downright spoiled this week. Days after releasing the first trailer for Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII, Square Enix has sent out a flood of fresh screenshots.
The first trailer for Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII premiered tonight. Returns, the third and final game starring Lightning, looks like it might be able to stop Final Fantasy's cold streak.
Square Enix has decided to redesign Lightning's appearance a bit for Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII. A new image from the latest issue of Japanese mag Famitsu shows her grim new wardrobe.
You may not have to wait long for Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII. The action RPG, previously announced for a 2013 release, might be out as early as March according to a retailer.
Square Enix announced on Friday night that they're going to continue the Final Fantasy XIII saga. Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII will will wrap up the storyline of these games once and for all.