Final Fantasy XIII

Global Total as of 28th Oct 2017 (units): 5.35m
Platform: PlayStation 3Also on: Xbox 360
Developer: Square Enix Genre: Role-Playing

Total Units

North America: 1.75m 32.7%
+ Europe: 1.23m 22.9%
+ Japan: 1.87m 34.9%
+ Rest of the World: 0.51m 9.5%
= Global 5.35m

Release History

Final Fantasy XIII Square EnixJapan17th December 2009Retail
Final Fantasy XIII Square EnixEurope09th March 2010Retail
Final Fantasy XIII Square EnixNorth America09th March 2010Retail

Game Overview

Final Fantasy XIII is a role-playing game developed and published worldwide by Square Enix for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.

The game was first released in Japan as a Playstation 3 exclusive on December 17, 2009. In North America and Europe the game was released on March 9, 2010. One year later In Japan, the game was released for the Xbox 360 on December 16, 2010.

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COKTOE (on 08 September 2017)
A fantastic entry in the series, with
it's main flaw being that it takes a
very long time for the combat to reveal
it's greatness. Makes FF VII look like
a pile of oily rags. Set that shit on
fire and give FF XIII a try. Before
long, you'll be glad Aeris is dead.
Dadrik (on 05 December 2016)
Combat was pretty aight, graphics were
great, musics were godlike, game was
pretty long, but the thing is that the
game takes pretty much 25 hours to
actually take off and feel like an
actual FF game. And it still has meh
characters and an average story.

game isn't THAT awful, but it's
certainly painful to play at times,
since we know it might end up be great,
but we have to stick through hours of
ultralinear gameplay before it finally
gets interesting.

FF X was very
linear too at the beginning, but it at
least made up for it with a great story
and a shorter "intro", imo.
VXIII (on 09 January 2016)
The 4th best selling in the franchise (
7.45M ) behind VII, X, and VIII .That is
without counting the PC version. :-)
fatslob-:O (on 31 July 2015)
Looking back I can say it was a great
game ... :)
ExplodingBlock (on 19 June 2015)
Walk in a straight line, fight easy
battle. Repeat
There you go, the entire
game in one sentence
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