Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition is the only, true definitive edition of the Square Enix Japanese Role-Playing Game, thanks to the superior graphics quality and several gameplay and story enhancements, which are also included in the consoles' Royal Edition.
Rich, beautiful open world game with a simple but very beautiful story.I particularly love the fast gameplay and the magnificent music of the game, honestly the most spectacular of the entire series. I explored with my chocobo discovering magnificent landscapes and exploring ice caves and lava-filled volcanoes.
A sensational adventure that was able to give me many emotions, and for this reason I can easily consider it my favorite Final Fantasy
Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition is the most complete and the most beautiful version of the loveable but imperfect RPG. If you own a good PC and are interested in Noctis' adventures, you can jump right in without any fear, just be sure its messy combat system, generic quests and quite strange scenario won't bother you.
While FFXV is at times engrossing and beautiful, it can also feel like a pretty, hollow shell. The last quarter of the game feels rushed, as if the developers had to wrap things up under pressure, and that's after waiting over a decade for this to come out. While it is not the stellar titan we hoped for, it's certainly Final Fantasy, and we can all be thankful for that.
The PC version is undoubtedly the best way to play the game, even if it does come stuck with Denuvo. But great graphics options and optimization for mid-tier and up PCs will keep it relevant in the PC community for years to come.
If you're looking for a charming open world game, with a pretty cool story and a really epic Lore, than Final Fantasy 15 is what you should play for sure.
A game with an outstanding OST, a great gameplay with a lot of equipments options, and amazing dungeons to explore.
All unique qualities that I love to see in good action jrpg games, and after having played many of them, I'm not exaggerating when I say that this it was a truly amazing surprise for me.
And I'm definitely happy to have played it, and enjoyed it, for more than 230 hours
The first 10 chapters were really amazing! Final fantasy XV gave me such an amazing sense of adventure, camping in the wild, making photos of funny things, driving regalia across the region and stopping by the stations to reffil the back or to get some new memories! That part was so well done, so refreshing and brilliant idea! But unfortunately after some time things changed and this game started to bore me so much that I honestly struggled to finish it... And I'm glad that I'm finished it becomes the ending was really great! Story of FF XV is really good as well as the graphic! But such things as unnecessary change of pace after some events of story, just dull and boring side quests, useless AI of companions, enemies with way to long health bar, inability make a summon at any time, and many other small things are making this game somewhat unpolished. But after all I really enjoyed my time with this game.
El juego en sí está bien, combate no muy complejo pero entretenido, mundo abierto un poco vacío. La historia es el problema, está mejor contado en otros medios (animes, película) que en el propio juego. Personajazo Ardyn, los dlcs están mejores que el propio juego argumentalmente hablando. En general lo recomiendo, tiene sus pros y sus contras pero es disfrutable.
The combat is shallow and repetitive with an annoying lock on that only gets in the way, even visually. You literally just need to hoard potions to be invincible, i only fought enemies that were 20+ levels higher than myself because i hate grinding and never died or had any difficulty, you probably can get stuck later on if you run out of items. Magic works like itens, its kinda cool but very limited. The summons are automatic and only happen when they damn well please which is almost never LMAO
Yet one could argue its the best combat in any FF game, and they wouldnt be wrong, anything is better than the old lazy turn based trash.
Its extremely linear and at first uses a self driving car to bore you to death, 2/3 into the main story its replaced by a train which is literally the same thing dropping the half assed pretense of being "open world". They really went to some pathetic lengths to try to make the game longer artificially but its pretty short anyways, like 10 to 15 hours if you dont bother with the errand boy side quests.
The story has a lot of logic flaws, its not better than IX, VII and even X, the villain is uninteresting and the best he does is pull a move already done in the franchise. The brotherhood stuff and emotional manipulation they aimed for could have worked if the game was actually good, open world and felt like a journey which it doesnt in the least.
The music is great, some custcenes are beautiful, the characters are all wasted on a bad game, these are the reasons my score isnt even lower.
SummarySet 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....