World of Final Fantasy Maxima
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About this game
Developer: Square Enix
Content Rating: Everyone
Embark on an adventure unlike any before with World of Final Fantasy Maxima. Its charming and stylized visuals are for both the young and the young at heart! Players will collect, raise, and battle iconic monsters by stacking them to form adorable yet strategic monster towers. The memorable legends of Final Fantasy come to life in this imaginative, colorful world as an epic story fit for the smallest of heroes unfolds. Two siblings journey to a mysterious land to rediscover their lost memories. In this peculiar place where stacking things on one’s head is perfectly normal, the young monster tamers will encounter new friends and familiar Final Fantasy heroes as they learn the truth about their pasts.
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Overall, World of Final Fantasy: Maxima has a handful of new features to differentiate it from the base game, however outside of the ability to carry an additional two monsters in your party their inclusion is fairly minimal. Maxima doesn’t offer anything of any real substance beyond this as an expansion - as the inclusion of Noctis generally feels like fanservice for fans of Final Fantasy XV and the colosseum challenges are fairly easy with a properly leveled party. However, those who enjoyed the story and gameplay of World of Final Fantasy may find value in this expansion.
If nothing else, collecting heaps of Mirages means I have a whole host of skill trees to max out. While this too is tethered to the combat, I have hope for the high-level play taking a different shape. If you found yourself starving for a greater challenge while playing World of Final Fantasy, then the Maxima Upgrade will surely light a fire in you. If you struggled and slogged through the game’s many battles, then this upgrade will leave you famished yet.
World of Final Fantasy Maxima simply continues to promote the celebratory vibe of the original game. New additions to the catalogue of both characters and Mirages truly encourage replayability, offering incentive to make return trips to Grymoire to tackle the many new endeavours they’ve brought with them.