Final Fantasy Type-0 HD for PlayStation 4

Final Fantasy Type-0 HD

May 17, 2015
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About this game

Developer: HexaDrive
Content Rating: Mature


The year 842 is the beginning of the end. In an act of unprovoked aggression, the Militesi Empire invaded the Dominion of Rubrum. Imperial dreadnoughts swarmed the skies, assailing the unsuspecting countryside under the banner of the White Tiger. From amidst the flames of the besieged dominion, the Vermilion Bird rose in defiance, her crystal granting magic and mighty eidolons that her disciples might cast out the technologically advanced aggressors.

Thrust into the tumult of war, the fate of the world and its four crystals now rests on the shoulders of fourteen brave, young warriors.

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43 Reviews
Erren Van DuineMar 16, 2015
Coming back to Final Fantasy Type-0 has certainly been the interesting experience. Its concepts and story are unique and hold up four years on, despite the visual inconsistencies of the HD version. It would have been nice to see things like the world structure and camera retooled further, but it’s clear the game wasn’t given that luxury. These ideas are certainly the products of portable limitations, but in the end they fail to stifle what is in truth a compelling experience.
Judi AzmandMar 19, 2015
With a darker tone and war themed setting, Type-0 shows a dreadful and horrifying side of the world, but also the hidden beauty within it. Aside from the wonky camera, the battles are fast-paced and rewarding that makes the game stand out amongst other Final Fantasy titles giving a unique experience. Whether you’re a Final Fantasy fan or just in need of some action-packed battles, check out Final Fantasy Type-0 HD.
Jeremy ParishMar 20, 2015
It's been a long time coming, and by and large Final Fantasy Type 0 is worth the wait. Despite some dated visuals and mechanics better suited for a last-generation portable system, and despite being greatly overshadowed by the Final Fantasy XV demo it ships with, Type 0 deserves the attention and respect of Final Fantasy fans.

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