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And judging by the trailer, that's pretty much the full Final Fantasy XV experience - broken into 10 episodes. Remade with hyper-stylised visuals better suited to iOS, Android and Windows 10 devices. We assume. Anyway, this is so weird that we had to post it. So, if you've ever wondered what scenes and action set pieces from Final Fantasy XV would look like with HD Game Boy style graphics - take a look.



With a cute art style that will appeal to mobile and existing players alike and casual touch control optimised for mobile devices, allowing anyone to play with ease. The main story is told across ten thrilling episodes - with the first episode available to download for free.


Uhuh.

This news comes off the back of the Final Fantasy XV: Windows Edition announcement that sees Square Enix partner with Nvidia to bring a visually enhanced version of the game to PCs. This, isn't the opposite of that. But it's close.



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