Final Fantasy XV for PlayStation 4
PS4

Final Fantasy XV

Nov 29, 2016
8.30
playscore
Good
420th of 6088

Trailer, Gameplay, & Screenshots

About this game

Content Rating: Teen

Summary

The only crystal left to the world lies in the Kingdom of Lucis. Upon striking a peace with the garrison state of Niflheim, Lucis rejoices in having at last brought the cold war to a close. Their celebrations, however, are premature. Under the guise of amity, Niflheim dispels the anti-armament runewall and launches a full-scale invasion of the kingdom. The peaceful lives Crown Prince Noctis and his entourage once knew are consumed by the flames of war as they struggle to mount a resistance.

Gamer Reviews

11576 Reviews
8.43
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Feb 10, 2021

Battle system is similar to that of Kingdom Hearts which has made it more interesting to play. The map size is large and there is a lot to do even if you finish the main storyline. The distance between objectives and your location is sometimes far, luckily you don't always have to travel on foot. The only downside so far is the length of the story which eventually made me lose interest because no matter how far I progressed, I was still a long way from the end.

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Vortrax
10.00
Jun 26, 2020

FANTASTIC. This is the best word to describe this game. The story is magnificent being divided in two main parts; the story between the group of friends: Noctis (the main character), Ignis, Gladiolus and Prompto, and the love story of Noctis and Luna. The combat is simple but very fun with some cool effects. The world is also amazing, with a lot of creatures and enemies to encounter. Overall this is a MUST PLAY for any person who likes a good story, good character design and a beautiful world.

60
Jul 11, 2020

long, deep and impressive story but hard to play

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Critic Reviews

62 Reviews
8.18
Jim SterlingDec 13, 2016
This is why Final Fantasy XV, despite significant and glaring problems, is still a lovely time that managed to make me like Final Fantasy again. It’s a character piece, and the characters we spend our time with are fully realized and play off each other so well. It’s a lighter journey that nonetheless knows when to get serious, spurred by a charismatic nemesis and a quartet of lovable, beautiful boys.
Jonathan LeackDec 02, 2016
What Final Fantasy XV succeeds at more than anything is providing an unpredictable and memorable adventure. Captivating story and characters were sacrificed along the way, but more than anything this game needed to prove that Final Fantasy can still execute greatness while taking risks. Its combat system and world design carry most of the weight, supported by attractive secondary activities and a great progression system. The result is something that doesn't necessarily feel like any Final Fantasy before it, although its high production values certainly make it deserving of the name.
Ben MooreNov 29, 2016

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