If you are looking for long-lasting games, then look no further than Final Fantasy. The dev team behind Final Fantasy XIII-2 has revealed that the story mode of the upcoming sequel should take between 30-40 hours to complete. This shouldn’t come as a shock to most people, since Final Fantasy has a reputation for long storylines.
The ‘Historia Crux’ system lets you rewind time in parts of the game, which you can then tackle with your buffed up characters. Doing so will unlock a variety of ‘Paradox Endings’, many of which won’t be available until your second playthrough.
As for the planned downloadable content, it should be arriving in Spring next year, at a pace of every one to two weeks. However, the DLC won’t have an effect on the story or trophies.