Neoseeker : News : Square Enix introduces Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII's Dead Dunes setting in eight screenshots
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DragonSlayer45 Mar 18, 13
Final Fantasy outfits could not look any goofier... Seriously, what the hell is she wearing?
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Largerock Mar 18, 13
Oh great...now she's a slutty cyborg.

Well....she's always been a cyborg.
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Abyss Raider Mar 19, 13
Is that creature in image 3 and 7 on Lightning's side? Does that mean... More than one party member? I'm a little more intrigued now.

And agreed with the costumes... I don't know where they get these ideas from.
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LOD-squa Mar 19, 13
Abyss Raider nice find. Maybe they are following the roots of 13-2? I didn't like it much but better than no party members.
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kuje Mar 19, 13
I liked the monster taming in XIII-2. Wouldn't mind if that made a return in this.
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Auron32 Mar 19, 13
personally this could be like Crisis Core, which would be EXCELENT, that was one reason i own a PSP.

If you can get a monster or two, then yay, but i'd be happy just to play as Lightning, with Summons as party members that you can level up.
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Abyss Raider Mar 20, 13
LOD-squa Agreed, I don't see a FF game working too well with one character. I enjoyed the monster taming a lot in XIII-2, and think it would be neat if they stuck with it, but also would let you replace the monsters with other characters who would have unique paradigms and whatnot, and let you control them (heck, conrtol of monsters would be awesome too.) That'd possibly be the best addition to the XIII series in my opinion.
Kuje It would be awesome to see the monster taming make a return, it was the thing that swayed my decision to buy XIII-2, I enjoyed it a lot.
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CocaineCowboyFF7 Mar 20, 13
Who is actually buying this cash-grab?
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