Final Fantasy XV for Xbox One
Xbox One

Final Fantasy XV

Nov 29, 2016

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About this game

Content Rating: Teen


Set in modern times but with a touch of medieval influences, Final Fantasy XV focuses on Noctis Lucis Caelum, the prince of a dynasty which rules a city state that has the last remaining crystal. After the crystal is stolen by an invading nation, Niflheim, a global conflict ensues with all other nations wishing to gain it for themselves. Alongside the main protagonist, Noctis is joined by a military tactician Ignis Scienta, who can deftly handle a katana in battle, a melee fighter named Gladiolus Amicitia, gun-wielding Prompto Argentum, and head of the Royal Family Guards Cor Leonis. There's one other character that appears to get close with Noctis, even if her connection with him is still unknown.

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Becky CunninghamNov 30, 2016
Final Fantasy XV is imperfect, but the high points of this journey outweigh the messy bits. I recommend you learn to go with the flow, spend some time with your bros, and really get lost in the game. Don't try too hard to be a completionist, but don't forsake the open-world adventures and cling too much to the main storyline. It's in the balance between the two that this tale is at its absolute best.
Dean JamesDec 03, 2016
The story is very enjoyable, largely helped by the enjoyable cast of characters that add a lot of heart and charm to the game, and the combat feels innovative and fresh while still maintaining many of the classic elements of the franchise as well. It may have taken a decade to get here, but the journey was worth the wait with the phenomenal Final Fantasy XV.
Mollie L PattersonDec 06, 2016
Final Fantasy XV is nowhere close to the game that we should have received after 10 years of waiting—but it also isn’t anywhere close to the trainwreck that it easily could have been. While the storytelling is a mess and the game feels incomplete far too often, there’s enough to love here—from combat, to exploration, to the four Japanese pretty boys that make up your main party—to make FFXV a road trip worth going on.

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