It's Moogle Magic Time in Final Fantasy XIII-2

As far as I'm concerned it's always Moogle time, but the phrase takes on new meaning in Final Fantasy XIII-2.

When a monster appears on the playfield in Final Fantasy XIII-2 a Mog Clock pops up on the screen, granting the player various bonuses based on how long it takes them to make contact with the enemy. You can see examples of the Mog Clock in action in the screenshots above, as well as some of the Moogle-related fun that occurs outside of battle. Looks like we get to toss Moogles about like adorable little footballs, something I approve of wholeheartedly.


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It's Moogle Magic Time in Final Fantasy XIII-2

It's Moogle Magic Time in Final Fantasy XIII-2

It's Moogle Magic Time in Final Fantasy XIII-2

It's Moogle Magic Time in Final Fantasy XIII-2

It's Moogle Magic Time in Final Fantasy XIII-2

It's Moogle Magic Time in Final Fantasy XIII-2

It's Moogle Magic Time in Final Fantasy XIII-2

It's Moogle Magic Time in Final Fantasy XIII-2

It's Moogle Magic Time in Final Fantasy XIII-2

It's Moogle Magic Time in Final Fantasy XIII-2

It's Moogle Magic Time in Final Fantasy XIII-2

It's Moogle Magic Time in Final Fantasy XIII-2