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- Day One Edition includes: Final Fantasy XV game and Masamune DLC Weapon
- More action oriented instead of the traditional turn based or active time battle system that Final Fantasy is known for
- Characters can perform actions like double jumps according to player input and move with great speed
- Open environment that player is free to explore and roam about via a car, an airship, or a famed Chocobo
- Xbox One X Enhanced, 4K Ultra HD, HDR
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Reclaim Your Throne
As the Crown Prince Noctis and his three best friends set out on a journey to wed his fiancée Luna, a terrible tragedy befalls his country. Under the guise of peace, the neighboring Niflheim Empire invades the kingdom of Lucis, severing his connection to his father King Regis and Luna.
Season Pass - (Sold Separately)
The Final Fantasy XV Season PASS gives you access to three original episodes and an online co-op multiplayer mode. Gladio, Ignis and Prompto will become playable characters for the first time ever and a new play mode for up to 4 players will be added to the game.
Massive Open World
Experience a vast open world with a variety of different landscapes that resemble real world locations.
Craft, combine, and obtain elements from around the world to create devastating magic.
Ready yourself with a variety of different weapons never before experienced in Final Fantasy.
The universe of Eos is rich with diverse landscapes, mysterious dungeons, and intimidating beasts to battle.
Get ready to be at the centre of the ultimate fantasy adventure. Enter the world of FINAL FANTASY XV, and experience epic action-packed battles along your journey of discovery. You are Noctis, the Crown Prince of the Kingdom of Lucis, and your quest is to reclaim your homeland from the clutches of the imperial army. Joined by your closest friends, you will take the wheel and experience a voyage like no other, travelling through the breath-taking world of Eos encountering larger-than-life beasts and unforgiving enemies. You will learn to master the skills of weaponry and magic, channelling the power of your ancestors allowing you to effortlessly warp through the air in thrilling combat. Fresh faces and long-time fans, fulfil your destiny and experience a brand new kind of fantasy.
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The download/install took a while (51GB; 41GB on Disc, 10GB over network) but not as bad as something like GTA-V. Once downloaded it still had to install. It let me start the game at ~50% installed, and never had a problem after that.
Once installed, I started my adventure. The combat was a LITTLE hard to get used to for the first 5-10 minutes (I Highly recommend doing the 5-10 minute tutorial in the beginning, makes the start of the game go much smoother) as the controls aren't super "common" for combat games, but before I knew it, I wasn't even thinking about it anymore, and was pulling off nasty full-team combos on mobs and rares/bosses.
The story seems a little "off" to start with, but after about 1-2 hours it gets back on the rails and I found myself fully invested, and making conspiracies of my own on who's doing what and where and why...etc. I am excited to see where the story takes me next!
Ok, I'll start by saying, I'm playing on an XBOX One-S, on a 70" 4K TV. This game is beyond gorgeous. The cutscenes alone had me like "Holy sh*t, this is where we are with technology now?" Every little detail in the world is built with TLC, and it shows (Even the burn pattern on a piece of toast...seriously). I'm blown away. Whoever said this looks like PS2 graphics needs to go see an Optometrist and get their eyes checked and stop playing on a 90's Tube TV.
I'm about 9 hours in, and I'm enjoying every minute of it. If you're feeling on the fence about this, I hope my review has helped shine some light for you on this wonderful game and put to bed any doubts you may have. If it wasn't for me being at work today, I 100% would be hunkered down at home playing till I couldn't keep my eyes open anymore.
The combat is balanced in a way where it operates in Real-Time but has an option to give it that classic turn-based feel (Wait Mode). The environment is vast yet somewhat empty, the scenery is the most visually appealing in the entire franchise, and open exploration seems to be the best decision Square Enix made for this game.
My biggest complaint is the lack of strategy. The combat feels much like a button masher. Traditionally, FF has a clear separation between magic and physical combat. The magic is this game is very limited. VERY limited. To the point where they have simplified it to the three major elements, fire, blizzard, and lightning, standard in all FF games. Gone are the days of white and dark magic. Summons have also taken a significant hit; almost to the point of nonexistence. Also, as much as I appreciate the realism of using a magic spell in battle, having your allies receiving (sometimes significant) damage without any option to place them on the battle field, become very frustrating in big battles. I have gotten the mindset that magic is now an afterthought in battle, only used as a First Strike.
I'm finding the game enjoyable and hope to have more thoughts on this as I progress through the story. I have spent about 30 hours so far completing mostly side missions.
The added vehicle, something not used in the franchise before with a plethora of customizations.
A multitude of side quest and monster hunts.
Characters that are charming and personable.(if a game Charchter can be such)
Hidden dungeons throught the map.
Expansive DLC so any hardcore fans can continue to enjoy every morsel.
And the story line that is actually very touching and in depth.