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KostaAndreadis
Melbourne, Victoria
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Outside of the fact that the PC version of Final Fantasy XV represents one of the most stunning releases in a long while, the underlying game is every bit the epic one could hope for. An experience quite unlike anything else, and one that could be summed up as the animated adventures of a boy band in a world filled with monsters.

That you'll fall in love with.


If one were to dig a little to find a metaphor for the entire group coming together to overcome obstacles, like the ingredients in a perfect Cup Noodle, one could easily do so. There’s substance to the subject matter throughout no matter how funny, on-the-nose, and outlandish it gets. And when the story gets suitably (or Final Fantasy) convoluted and complicated, the through line and relationship between the four main characters never falters. If anything, it keeps growing to the point where their journey adds all the weight to the underlying save-the-world from perpetual darkness storyline.


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