Final Fantasy XIII Cheats - Xbox 360

  • Publisher: Square Enix
  • Genre:RPG
  • Developer: Square Enix
  • Release Date:Mar 9, 2010
  • # of Players:1 player
  • ESRB:T - Teen (Mild Language,Suggestive Themes,Violence)
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Game Description: Face your destiny in Final Fantasy XIII with this whole new adventure where you battle powerful enemies and befriend magical allies in the worlds of Cocoon and Pulse.
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Final Fantasy XIII Cheats

  • Lightning

    Obtain the Superstar Achievement.

  • Vanille

    Obtain the Instrument of Faith Achievement.

  • Serah

    Obtain all Achievements.

  • Snow

    Obtain the L'Cie paragon Achievement.

  • Hope

    Obtain the Instrument of Change Achievement.

  • Sazh

    Obtain the Loremaster Achievement.

  • Fang

    Obtain the Treasure Hunter Achievement.

  • Limit Breaker

    Dealt 100,000+damage with a single attack.

  • Saboteur's Seal

    Mastered the Saboteur role.

  • Secret Achievement – Instrument of Flight

    Slipped through the net and lived to fight the day.

  • Sentinel's Seal

    Mastered the Sentinel role.

  • Treasure Hunter

    Held every weapon and accessory.

  • Medic's Seal

    Mastered the Medic role.

  • Secret Achievement – Dorgann's Trophy

    Completed all high-level Cie'th Stone missions.

  • Secret Achievement – Instrument of Change

    Witnessed the dawn of a new crystal legend.

  • Secret Achievement – Instrument of Dissent

    Survived the Purge to confront a greater peril.

  • Secret Achievement – Instrument of Tragedy

    Strode into danger's den and paid the consequences.

  • Secret Achievement – Kelger's Cup

    Completed all low-level Cie'th Stone missions.

  • Master's Seal

    Fully developed all characters.

  • Ravager's Seal

    Mastered the Ravager role.

  • Secret Achievement – Instrument of Fate

    Took the first steps toward challenging an unjust fate.

  • Secret Achievement – Instrument of Rebellion

    Made plans to infiltrate enemy-occupied territory.

  • Secret Achievement – Instrument of Wrath

    Took the fight to the enemy's door.

  • Secret Achievement – Gysahl Wreath

    Discovered buried treasure with a little help from a chocobo.

  • Secret Achievement – L'Cie Paragon

    Earned a 5-star ranking for all Cie'th Stone missions.

  • Secret Achievement – Pulsian Pioneer

    Took over 10,000 steps on the lowerworld surface

  • Loremaster

    Discerned the full attributes of 100 enemies.

  • Secret Achievement – Floraphobe

    Toppled a green terror and cut an oversized succulent down to size.

  • Secret Achievement – Instrument of Faith

    Defied destiny's charge and embarked on a different path.

  • Secret Achievement – Instrument of Hope

    Traveled to the world below, seeking a way to alternate fate.

  • Secret Achievement – Exorcist

    Triumphed over undying lowerworld souls in seven fierce battles.

  • Secret Achievement – Xezat's Chalice

    Completed all mid-level Cie'th Stone missions.

  • Commando's Seal

    Mastered the Commando role.

  • Secret Achievement – Galuf's Grail

    Completed all Cie'th Stone missions.

  • Secret Achievement – Instrument of Shame

    Carried the burden of guilt to the end of the line.

  • Secret Achievement – Instrument of Survival

    Evaded pursuers, though memories of the past still gave chase.

  • Secret Achievement – Instrument of Vengeance

    Resolved to be more than a victim of circumstance,

  • Secret Achievement – Natural Selector

    Passed Titan's trials.

  • Synergist's Seal

    Mastered the Synergist role.

  • Adamant Will

    Felled a heavyweight of the lowerworld wilds.

  • Secret Achievement – Instrument of Truth

    Recognized the true threat to the world's future.

  • Secret Achievement – Superstar

    Earned a 5-star ranking in the battle to determine the world's fate.

  • Easy CP

    Use the following trick to get 6,600 CP in about two minutes. There are two Behemoth-like enemies fighting each other at Gran Pulse. When you encounter them a preemptive attack will always happen. Use the following Optima set-up: Attacker/Enhancer/Enhancer. Wait until you get Haste and Fire elemental offense. Then, switch to...

  • Sprint Shoes Accessory

    You can either find the Sprint Shoes or make them. One of the methods to making them is using a Tetradic Tiara. Follow the order below exactly. This method works best if you have the accessory that makes you more likely to get a drop after a battle. Make sure you upgrade it to the top tier as well. 1. Buy Four Iron-Bangles (500 Gil each) ...

  • CP Farming in Chapter 11

    There are two good places to level up your Crystarium when you come into the Archelyte Steppe in the beginning of Ch. 11. The first one can be found in the Southwest Corner of the main map, the Western Benchland. South of the pond, there is a peninsula where little birdlike characters mass around. At first this seems like an intimidating battle,...

  • Secret Animation

    Rotate the left stick quickly while on the field screen. Your character will perform a special animation. Each character has a unique animation.

  • Paradigms & Battle System - Commando

    Commandos are the backbone of your damage dealing. They primarily use physical attacks. Commandos will not boost the chain gauge of most enemies. Instead, they will stabilize it, giving you time to recharge your ATB meter. While damage or spells from other Paradigms may spike the chain gauge, it will deplete so fast that you'll have to start all...

  • Angry or Tired Character

    While not in a battle, quickly move the Analog-stick Left and Right repeatedly to make that character become angry or tired.

  • Paradigms & Battle System - Medic

    Medics are mages that use curative magic. You'll want at least one, but preferably two party members who can act as Medics. You can also use Medics to raise comrades and dispel status effects. When a battle looks hopeless a Commando/Medic/Sentinel party can take down almost any enemy...eventually.

  • Paradigms & Battle System - Sentinel

    Sentinels are the tanks of your party. In the early game, their skills may seem unnecessary, but as you progress, you will face more and more battles that can only be one through proper use of the Sentinel Paradigm. Sentinels will bait enemies to focus fire on them, freeing the rest of the party from damage and animation interrupting attacks....

  • Paradigms & Battle System - Synergist

    Synergists are the opposite of Saboteurs. Whereas the latter cast harmful status effects on enemies, the former buff your party with powerful stat boosting spells. Synergists are perhaps the least used class in the game. You often have no control of what buffs are cast, or when, and the AI prefers to spread the love evenly, rather than buffing...

  • Battle Strategies

    Speed is the key to success in Final Fantasy XIII. Follow these tips for success in almost any battle. Balance your Ravagers out with a Commando. Although Ravagers can take advantage of enemy elemental weaknesses, you'll need to Commando to stabilize the chain gauge. Staggering enemies is the name of the game. At least 80% of the enemies you...

  • Final Fantasy 4 Reference

    The town of Palompolum is a reference to the twin magicians Palom and Porom from Final Fantasy 4. When properly translated into the Western alphabet from Japanese kanji, Porom should be spelled "Polom" or "Polum". The town's name is simply the names of the twins combined into one word.

  • Chrystarium System & Character Leveling

    Levelling up your characters in Final Fantasy XIII is a linear process. Throughout the first half of the game, each character will only have access to three paradigms. The game provides enough enemies to max out each class before it expands the Chrystarium. After each character gains access to all of the classes, it is still a good idea to keep...

  • Extra ATB

    Set up two of the same Paradigms, and have them close to each other in the top of the menu. You do not have to use the same ones, but do so if it is the best attack. You might want to try this with your battle speed set to slow until you get used to the process. During turn 1, let your ATB charge. For example, if you have four attacks, during...

  • Snow's "Perfect Defense" State

    With an advanced party, it is possible for Snow to enter a "perfect defense" state. Equip him with his Winged Saint weapon or save the queen upgrade (for the improved Guard II ability); your three active party members must have reached Role level 5 as Sentinels. Paradigm Shift to Tortoise (SEN + SEN + SEN), and have snow preform Steelguard or...

  • Weapons & Weapon Leveling

    Each character has access to a variety of weapons in Final Fantasy XIII, and each of these can be upgraded and leveled up two times. Any given weapon can be upgraded to a star rank, meaning that without a special item it is maxed out. However, if you find specific, rare and expensive items, it is possible to transform a star level weapon. Once...

  • Paradigms & Battle System - Saboteur

    Saboteurs will inflict devastating status effects on enemies. While status effects may have been next to useless in previous Final Fantasy games, they are indispensable in Final Fantasy XIII. Use Saboteurs when you are facing down enemies with high resistances to damage. Their slow ability can save the day when you're facing a large number of...

  • Determining Capped Weapon Experience

    Use the following equation to determine how much experience is required to get any weapon capped at its current level: n = Increase your weapon will grow after every level obtained. For example, to get from level 1 to 2, you need 1,000 experience. From level 2 to 3, you need 1,125 EXP. n = 1,125 minus 1,000, which in this case is 125. So...

  • Paradigms & Battle System - Ravager

    Ravagers are damage dealing mages. They use elemental attacks to spike the chain gauge of enemies. When you have a staggered enemy, you'll usually want to switch as many party members as possible to Ravager, keeping one as a Commando so you can air juggle. The biggest weakness of Ravagers is that their damage will cause the chain gauge to...

  • Upgrading Tips

    Study Bones / Ooze / Tail are the three 80 gil items which take 36 to equal a 3x multiplier. So, 2880 gil gets you 3x. If you're a Gil pincher - save money and wait until you can upgrade an item to max level in one shot - save the investment to a one time shot at multiplier. Furthermore, you won't need to level up any weapons until you're at a...