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by Basilio Guzmán Gómez

Finished on December 14, 2016 (PS4).


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Much like just about every Final Fantasy game since FFX, XV fails to meet the expectations that fans had built during the absurdly long development process for this game. That being said, there is a lot to love here. Probably the biggest achievement is how much fun I had level-grinding. The game is at its best when you're marathoning side-missions for two-to-three days with no sleep, driving to new corners of the map in your monster truck Regalia, carefully planning out where you're going to stop to eat and stop to sleep so you can max out your EXP for level-ups. It's really simple, but really rewarding, and at the end of the day that has to do with strong gameplay, strong characters, and strong world-building, all things that can be said of the best Final Fantasy entries. 

Side note: haven't played the most up-to-date version of the game, so I'm curious how much the changes to the story actually affect my overall enjoyment -- probably won't get around to playing it for a long time though.
«Can’t stop playing»
«Sit back and relax»
I've replayed this at least 3 times but after the last playthrough and purchasing the full edition I have to say this is pretty terrible. Broken story, terrible combat, amazing graphics. Skip this and play the classic Final Fantasies.
«Waste of time»
There's a lot wrong with Final Fantasy XV that needed massive improvement, like the terrible horrible story and the dreadful nightmare Chapter 13.

Other than that it was fucking amazing. Loved the Americana meets Final Fantasy vibe. 
Loved the characters and combat system. Hated the story.