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New Details On The Lightning Returns Strategy Guide
But wait, there's more! A sweet new gameplay video!
01.21.14 - 5:31 PM

The Official Square Enix blog has released some details on the upcoming strategy guide for Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII. The guide was created by Piggyback Games and is going to be available in both Standard and Collector's Editions.

Picking up the standard book gets you 352 pages of guidance, a map/poster of the game world, and two bookmarks. If you're like me and often feel compelled to buy fancy things that you probably don't need, you'll end up with the Collector's Edition. This gets you a hardcover book with a dust jacket, 32 extra pages of content, and a Schema for Lightning called Art of War.

According to the blog, the extra pages in the Collector's Edition will be incredibly helpful if you're looking to play to 100% completion. The guide includes comprehensive coverage of the entire game, but is lovingly written in a way that it does not contain unavoidable spoilers.

The guide is available to preorder right now!

In other Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII news, Square Enix has uploaded a video of Lightning fighting against FFXIII mainstay, Snow.

Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII is coming to Xbox 360 and PS3 in North America on February 11.


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