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New FFXIII-2 DLC: Jihl and Lightning's Story

Posted on Thursday, March 8 @ 14:39:49 PST by Keri_Honea

Final Fantasy XIII-2 has already sported a couple of DLC titles to date; one was a coliseum fight and the other was a seemingly pointless tale of Sazh gambling his troubles away. Guess what? Square Enix is popping out a couple more that are a tad similar.

As announced via their press release, the first DLC is yet another coliseum boss fight with Jihl, an antagonist from FFXIII that everyone pretty much forgot about right after she was killed. If you have always wanted to fight a naughty librarian outside of typical fighting games, here's your chance for $3.

The Lightning's Story DLC offers a bit more substance. Well, at least it seems to. It's called "Lightning's Story: Requiem of the Goddess," which will reveal Lightning's on-going battle with Caius while Serah and Noel trip through the daisies of time. No word on price yet, but it is scheduled to release sometime in mid-May.

I have zero interest in any of this DLC as I am beyond angry about the incompleteness of FFXIII-2. But for everyone who is more likely far more mature than I, does all of this DLC keep you excited about playing FFXIII-2 and its eventual sequel?
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