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I hope you read my preview of Final Fantasy XV on the Family Friendly Gaming website. As long as you have you know of the failures of the PR and Marketing for Square Enix as well as how I got a copy of this home console role playing video game. Final Fantasy XV has some very epic moments and boss fights. Square Enix is also going away from the turn based battles for a more hack and slash.

I am stunned that Final Fantasy XV did not receive a seventeen and older only rating. With all of the blood, gore, violence, nudity, lack of attire, enticement to lust, bad language, false gods, demons, magic, feminism, sucking out souls of enemies, and more. The one saving grace for all of this massive amount of bad content is Final Fantasy XV can be beaten in twenty to twenty five hours.

The music in Final Fantasy XV is top notch. The graphics look nice. They should with such long loading screens. There are large areas that are pretty uninteresting in Final Fantasy XV. I liked driving the car around, and the storyline was interesting. I know Square Enix pretty much uses the same storyline in almost every single Final Fantasy video game anymore.

I am not a fan of how leveling up occurs in Final Fantasy XV. We must rest at an inn or end one of the short chapters to get our levels. They are not given after the fights. Old school gamers will hate the combat in Final Fantasy XV. I am not a fan of it personally. I do like the casual mode that helps out newcomers. I also like being able to save anywhere - with the exception of dungeons.

Final Fantasy XV made it onto my top ten listing of disappointments for 2016 for a good reason. The excessive blood, gore, and profanity hurt the image of this game and the industry as a whole. The game ending is as messed up as Romeo and Juliet. Parts of Final Fantasy XV feel rushed, or the developer was being very lazy. Final Fantasy XV is worth twenty to twenty-five dollars brand new. If you can handle all of the bad content.
- Teen Gamer


Graphics: 40%
Sound: 45%
Replay/Extras: 55%
Gameplay: 60%
Family Friendly Factor: 40%

System: Xbox One/PS4(tested)
Publisher: Square Enix
Developer: Square Enix
Rating: ‘Teen’ - THIRTEEN and OLDER ONLY {Language, Mild Blood, Partial Nudity, Violence}

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