The world is chock full of intra-gaming situations when we wish we could apply the magic of FINAL FANTASY XV to resolve the objects of our daily awkwardness. Who hasn’t, for instance, wanted to vanish from a sticky situation at some point in their lives?
While that may not be strictly possible — given the pesky laws of physics — it never hurt a gamer to dream. Just imagine being able to Warp Strike out of these encounters with your dignity intact.
When you realize you should’ve swiped left
The moment your mobile dating app hooked you up with this gem, who can’t stop talking about his collection of WWII-era typewriters, you know it’s time to bail. Wouldn’t it be nice if you could Warp Strike to the door, instead of faking a dinner date choking episode like you’re about to do? Read more…
“We have been listening to your ideas on how to make the game experience even better, and so in addition to the previously announced content, we’ll be providing free updates to the game throughout the coming year,” game director Hajime Tabata wrote in a new blog post.
What’s noteworthy is the nature of these changes. While some fall under the umbrella of standard game rebalancing — like making a particular weapon feel more powerful — others have the potential to switch up the flow of the game. Read more…
The basics are clear enough, but there’s a bunch of things you can do to make your going through the 40-plus hour game more pleasant. After spending double that amount of time tooling around Lucis and its surrounding region, we’ve got a good sense of what works and what doesn’t. Read more…
For a lot of people, diving in with this new Final Fantasy adventure will be a no-brainer. But for anyone else, here’s a general sense of what the critics have to say about what the game gets right and what it gets wrong.
Before we get started, while nothing you’ll read below has any bearing on Final Fantasy XV‘s main story, some might construe details of a side quest as spoiler territory. So consider this your spoiler warning.
So. There is an entire quest in Final Fantasy XV that worships at the altar of Nissin’s instant ramen noodle snack, Cup Noodles. It is a magical work of product placement that’s so inappropriate and out-of-place that it actually works.