Final Fantasy XIII is set on the world of Gran Pulse (often simply called Pulse). Central to the story is Cocoon, a massive artificial sphere that floats above Pulse’s surface and is ruled by the Sanctum, a theocratic government. The two worlds are controlled by fal’Cie, beings with godlike power. The Cocoon fal’Cie are responsible for keeping Cocoon floating, as well as providing light and water to the people that live inside. Each fal’Cie handles a specific task. The fal’Cie have the capability of marking the humans that live in Pulse and Cocoon as their servants. These servants, called l’Cie, are branded with a symbol representing either Pulse or Cocoon and are given a “Focus”—a task to complete. If the l’Cie complete their task in time, they are transformed to crystal and according to legend gain eternal life; otherwise they become mindless monsters called Cie’th. The l’Cie are not explicitly told their Focus, but are instead given visions that they must interpret.
Several hundred years before the events of the game, a battle known as the War of Transgression took place between Pulse and Cocoon. During the battle, l’Cie from Pulse attacked and ripped a large hole in Cocoon. Eventually, the l’Cie completed their focus and were turned to crystal. The hole was patched with material lifted from Pulse, and Cocoon’s citizens have since lived in fear of another invasion; this fear is used by the Sanctum to remain in power. The Sanctum oversees two military branches: the Guardian Corps, responsible for keeping order on Cocoon, and the Public Security and Intelligence COMmand (PSICOM), the special forces in charge of dealing with any threat related to Pulse. The fal’Cie have given the humans advanced technology, including flying airships and mechanical creatures, and a form of magic also exists. This magic is normally only accessible to l’Cie, fal’Cie, and various monsters in Cocoon and Pulse, though distilled chemical forms can be used by normal humans through the use of Manadrives
For this game movie we didn’t include that much gameplay, since the gameplay is not extremely cinematic. At the higher levels, the battles can get extremely long and tedious. As always though, we used relevant gameplay, impportant dialogue and all cutscenes to create a cinematic experience. We hope you enjoy!
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