Final Fantasy XV (2016)

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After leaving his home city of Insomnia, young prince Noctis embarks on a journey with his closest friends to reclaim his throne.


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Director:

Hajime Tabata

Writers:

Saori Itamuro (scenario writer), Akiko Ishibashi (scenario writer), Takumi Nishida (scenario writer), Tetsuya Nomura (original concept), Kazushige Nojima (story)

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10 December 2019 | jerrychan-73787
7
| Brilliant game, cheated potential
This game has such a rich, complex story, and fair character development to boot. Unfortunately, not all of it is in the base game.

It's why so many feel the game is incomplete.

As a fan, I love extra content that adds to an already amazing experience. FFXV is not an example of that.

A few issues I had with the game: 1.) Sidequests need a reason to exist, even if it's shaky. Like the chocobo ranch or armiger quests. Otherwise, why would the protagonist postpone saving the world?

2.) Instead of a "slideshow", events of "Kingsglaive" should have been a side quest/story chapter.

3.) Cast needs more in-game development. Anime is great, novels too--but game should reference that.

It's a solid game, but you really have to invest some time in and out of it.

The game starts in the middle of the entire FFXV narrative. So at a bare minimum, I recommend watching the anime OVAs and Kingsglaive movie before playing the game.

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Release Date:

29 November 2016

Language

Japanese, English, German, French


Country of Origin

Japan

Filming Locations

Chicago Illinois, USA

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