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Crab Destroyer
Sep 3, 2011


I've tried nearly every FF, and 13 is the only one I've been able to finish. It's the only one where "random" encounters are any fun at all, and one of the only ones where party composition actually matters (props to 4, 6, and 10 for being the other games where party composition actually matters).


Panic! at Nabisco posted:

Final Fantasy XIII requires reading the optional datalogs to understand the plot.

This simply isn't true. I read some of the early datalogs, but then stopped because they were basically just repeating things that were said in the cutscenes. If you didn't want to watch those terrible cutscenes you could read the datalogs instead, but you only need one or the other, not both.

13's plot was bad, but it was not literally incomprehensible.

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