We haven't gotten to some of the crazier Final Fantasy XV mods that we know some gamers will eventually make, but for now here's a neat tool to customise the aural experience.
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Final Fantasy XV Royal Edition, the revamped release of Square Enix's fancy-panted (and fancy-haired) RPG, will be with us this week. The exact date depends on your choice of retailer, with some adhering to March 7 to sync up with the US, while others are going early on March 6. If you're not super-fussed about being out by a day, price will be your next concern. Let's help you with that.
When I think about fishing, I think about relaxation: Chilling out somewhere beautiful in the sun, watching the shimmering water, waiting for fish to bite. Admittedly all of my real-life fishing experiences took place in the rain-drenched Highlands of Scotland and were absolutely horrendous, but video games are about escapism. I hadn't read much about Monster of the Deep, the Final Fantasy 15-themed VR fishing game, before playing it, so I assumed that would be the vibe.
First Injustice 2 gets the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and now Tekken 7 is getting Final Fantasy XV's Prince Charming. Noctis Lucis Caelum joins the King of Iron Fist Tournament this autumn.
Earlier this year, Square Enix revealed "muteki suits" (invincible suits) as an upcoming free download. Immediately, they were compared to Power Ranger costumes and soon scrapped. Square Enix has now released the new suits. They are scary.
If you are one of the many people who hated Final Fantasy 15's thirteenth chapter, you will be pleased to hear that you can now skip it entirely, thanks to a new route that's full of beefy Gladiolus shots and even political humour (see above).
If you, like many Final Fantasy 15 players, have been wondering just what happened to Gladiolus when he mysteriously left your party in Chapter 6, here's your answer: Episode Gladiolus, which comes out on March 28. Over the weekend, the developers at Square Enix released more info about the DLC as well as a new trailer (above) teasing Gladio's battle with the recurring Final Fantasy villain Gilgamesh.
The second half of Final Fantasy 15 ditches the open world road trip in favour of a series of linear areas connected by train, which raises an obvious question: How much of that was meant to be bigger? One player did some digging to try to find out.