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Final Fantasy XIII Ultimate Hits International

ファイナルファンタジー XIII インターナショナル


Square Enix



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03/09/10 Square Enix
12/16/10 Square Enix
03/09/10 Square Enix

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Killing a Long Gui
After completing the Titan's Trials (missions 35-51), Adamantortoises will be replaced by Long Guis on Gran Pulse. These enemies are very tough and are immune to the instant death portion of Vanille's Death spell. You will need to prepare somewhat before trying to take these foes on. The first thing you will want to do is have your three characters' main roles maxed out at level 5, which is possible only after beating the final boss. You will want to set up your characters' Paradigms as follows (this strategy uses Fang, Lightning and Vanille); make sure you have Sprint Shoes on all your characters and a Genji Gauntlet on Fang, as well as Tier 2 or 3 weapons and Gaian Rings (this will help reduce the damage done by some of its attacks): 1) Sentinel/Sentinel/Sentinel 2) Saboteur/Saboteur/Saboteur 3) Synergist/Synergist/Synergist 4) Ravager/Ravager/Ravager 5) Commando/Commando/Commando 6) Medic/Medic/Medic You'll want to start out in #1 to survive the initial attack of Long Gui at the beginning of the battle, and make sure you switch to this Paradigm whenever the Long Gui is about to attack to minimize the damage (#6 is there to heal anytime you need it, which will be often with how damaging its attacks are). Switch to #2 and get Slow on him to reduce the frequency of his attacks, then stick one of his legs with Deshell, Deprotect, and Bio. Switch to #3 just long enough to get Enfire on Fang, then switch to #4 to get the Stagger gauge broken (on the debuffed leg) and up to 999.9% (may not need to go that high), which you should then use Highwind with Fang to pretty much instantly take out the debuffed leg. Repeat this process on the second leg and the Long Gui should fall down. With the Long Gui on the ground, quickly switch to #2 to debuff him, making sure you get Deprotect, Deshell, Bio and Imperil on him. Switch to #3 to buff your team, making sure you get Haste, Bravery, and Enfire on your team. Once that is done, switch to #4 and quickly get the Stagger gauge up to 999.9% and then switch to #5 to start whittling down its HP. The Long Gui will most likely stand up before you're able to kill it (get a Highwind off before it completely stands up with Fang), so repeat the process and you should hopefully take it out on the second pass.
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Sales History

Total Sales
1 n/a 338,444 239,177 98,661 676,282
2 n/a 97,777 52,264 25,763 175,804
3 n/a 64,746 31,061 16,482 112,289
4 n/a 38,484 20,992 10,208 69,684
5 n/a 20,340 11,857 5,519 37,716
6 n/a 12,973 11,127 4,100 28,200
7 n/a 10,581 10,156 3,520 24,257
8 n/a 8,471 10,774 3,249 22,494
9 n/a 5,530 11,960 2,923 20,413
10 n/a 4,771 15,851 3,422 24,044

Opinion (294)

ExplodingBlock posted 26/05/2015, 05:14
PS3 had something 360 didn't
Japan and Europe
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thewastedyouth posted 25/12/2013, 04:28
why was this released a year later in Japan, makes no sense wtf was Microsoft doing letting this happen
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zzamaro posted 02/11/2013, 08:04

Yeah, those were crazy times. Now, even PS3 GTA5 outsold the x360 version. Surprised to see that.
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withdreday posted 13/09/2013, 07:20
lol at people saying this would outsale the the PS3 version. It's not even close.
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think-man posted 23/12/2012, 01:36
Those Japan sales :S
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Mr Puggsly posted 13/09/2012, 10:04
@ ganoncrotch
Perhaps Dead Space and Mortal Kombat would be released in Japan if they didn't have weird laws on censorship. Google "xbox censorship japan." You'll find a lot of interesting articles.

Either way, you just cherry picked two extremely violent western games. Yet you ignore the many, many western games that have been released in Japan.
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