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You'll need to switch on subtitles though, to understand what's happening. And by understand we mean maybe one or two things will make sense. Yeah the story-lines in Final Fantasy games aren't known for being really simple to follow, and Final Fantasy XV looks no different. Add in an art style that blends contemporary fashion and modes of transportation with monsters and dragons and kings and swords, and things naturally start to feel a little confusing.

But hey, there's an impressive array of different hairstyles on display though. Here's what we learned from watching it. There's a king maybe. And an oracle that has power. And cars.

Again, impressive hair.

Final Fantasy XV is out November 29 for PS4 and Xbox One.

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