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After nearly a decade in development the wait is finally over, Final Fantasy XV is finally out for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One! And by all accounts it's pretty good, if a little all over the place. And so with the game now out in the wild that means we probably won't be getting anymore confusing trailers to watch, or high resolution images of characters with hair styles lifted from Vidal Sassoon Presents: 3450, A Year in Hair - Hairstyles For Today's Gender-less Cyber Person.

But hey, all good things must come to an end. So here's one more trailer, called Ride Together. And yes, it features a hip hop beat. And rhymes. And spectral jubblies.

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