Square Enix Brings Back Final Fantasy XIII-2 With a PC Release

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Written by Devon Day

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Final Fantasy XII-2 left a lot of impressions to say the least. Be it good or bad, it still is part of a long running trilogy within the Final Fantasy universe. However, some games in the series have not been ported to PC and therefore have forced some PC gamers to litigate themselves to play on a specific platform, such as Final Fantasy XII. However, Square Enix has made good strides in recent years, starting with one of their most critically acclaimed in Final Fantasy VII to the steam service. Others such as II and III would also arrive later on the PC. Now, Final Fantasy gamers can experience the second half of XIII in XIII-2. Boasting the usual Full HD 60 FPS prerequisite, the PC variation will also include DLC from the original, so your wallets can breathe easier. All in all, if you have a PC only and want to continue the story of XIII, Final Fantasy XIII-2 goes all out on December 11

With all that said, what is your favorite Final Fantasy game? How does it stack up to XIII? Should Square Enix create one Final Fantasy with all the main protagonists to take down the greatest primordial evil? Sound off feelings and thoughts below!

As always, on behalf of the entire BATGR staff. Thank you for reading. If you like this article, please inform us on what you want us to write about. Until then, this is Devon Day; Checking Out.

About the Author:

Devon_Day_BATGRA man growing up between the gaming boundaries on the 5th generation Nintendo 64, but admiring the 3rd gen. Nintendo Entertainment System and 4th generation Sega Genesis for their contributions, Devon Day always has something on his mind regarding video games and the accessories they contain. His first was a microphone for the Nintendo 64 for the “Hey You, Pikachu!” video game, but expanded towards the next line up of gaming peripherals including the Astro A40, MadCatz MLG Pro Circiut Controller, MadCatz STRIKE 7, and many other gaming gadgets. Now loving gaming tech more than ever, he sees this generation crucial to bring the full circle of social connectivity that the 7th. generation of video game consoles started.

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