Final Fantasy XIII-2
Underrated PS3 Games That Deserved More Love
As the sequel to one of the lesser revered mainline Final Fantasy titles, Final Fantasy XIII-2 never really had a fighting chance. Everyone talks about the problems with the first game, but not many people bring up how the second game fixes a lot of those problems, and as a result, turns out to be a pretty good game.
Its time travel structure alleviated the linearity that plagued the original game. Battles also don’t end when the party leader dies, like in the original game – you can switch party leaders and continue the fight. It also has one of the best soundtracks in the series, which is no small feat. The story in the XIII trilogy is waaaay too complicated (perhaps even more so than Kingdom Hearts) so I wouldn’t worry too much about playing the first game – just jump right into this one!