Many fans were surprised when Final Fantasy XIII’s pink-haired heroine traded in her Firaga in favor of being a fashion model. In a completely made-up interview given exclusively to UK’s Telegraph, Lightning reveals how significantly pricey clothing has changed her life.
By now, most fans have seen the trailer for Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII and are at least partly aware of the new game system that will involve a limited time of 13 days in which Lightning must save the world.
In case you were having trouble telling your pink-jaired girls from your purple-haired not-quite-girls, Square Enix has released a handy video pointing out which character is which in the upcoming Final Fantasy XIII sequel.
In role-playing game Final Fantasy XIII, the protagonist Lightning didn't have a house. She had one. That is, until Square Enix cut it.
Final Fantasy stars battle once more when Dissidia Duodecim hits the PSP on March 22, but first Final Fantasy XIII's Lightning strikes out on her own in Dissidia Duodecim Prologus, the downloadable prologue that brings Aerith back to life, kinda.
"Women weaken legs," said the famous trainer Mickey Goldmill. So does a sledgehammer to the kisser. Fight Night Champion's going to bring a more sophisticated stamina system that you'll need to know to keep from being a two-punch chump.
Jeff Hickman's house got struck by lightning last spring. It destroyed two of his three game consoles, zapped his daughter's retainer — which was in her mouth — and caused some other odd damage. He shared his story with Kotaku.
Snow and Lightning are doing their thing to fight the man.
Siliconera dug up these four vids from YouTube for your viewing pleasure. The first contains the aforementioned lightning and a glowing child. The rest are long, drawn-out conversation scenes between the game's many characters — including class clown Mark (and somehow his hat looks dumber than it used to).