'Final Fantasy XV' News, Update: Got A Nod For Playability; Visuals A Problem To Some

By Maris L , Updated Dec 13, 2016 10:29 AM EST
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Japanese pop culture has always been thriving in the world. In fact, its proof would be the addictive Animes from Mangga or the Japanese comic book stories. Undeniably, one of those is the famous Final Fantasy.

Final Fantasy has been very popular in two different platforms: motion animated pictures and gaming. These two seemed to be amazingly balanced when it comes to reception and marketing, making it a respected brand. Now, it seems that its fifteenth installment of the game will bring more adventure to players out there.

It has been known to the gamers that Final Fantasy XV had undergone a very stressful decade of continuous development. At Telegraph UK, the story is being narrated with Prince Noctis having a very challenging adventure after his kingdom's falling. Now, together with some of his trusted comrades (Gladiolus, Prompto, and Ignis), they embark to different places, trying to find answers of questions bothering them, as well as mysteries that need to be solved. Now, what are the thumbs ups and thumb downs of this latest franchise?

The site had commented that Final Fantasy XV is still bearing its reputation in having the dynamic element of gaming. One can manipulate its avatar effectively without hassles, as regards to quickly shifting from one weapon to another. However, according to the site, the angles of the camera seem to be a bit bad, but not worse. What they stressed is that the action scene being shown, as if being captured by camera, couldn't work well with the action scenes. So that makes visual bit poor.

As to Forbes, specifically to its writer Paul Tassi in his article, that he found the story and other elements to be hardly comprehensible. In fact, he commented it with being "heavily flawed." Try reading reviews from the said sites and the final say will be yours.

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