Oh hack ‘n’ slash mobile games, how I love you so. Tapping away at attack and ability buttons, implementing strategies and upgrading weapons and gear to overcome stronger foes is such a joy! But it would seem the aforementioned criteria doth not maketh a game. Watch our Final Fantasy Awakening 59 Second Review below to find out why!
Platform Used For Final Fantasy Awakening 59 Second Review: Samsung S7 Edge
Developer: Square Enix
Genre: Action, Adventure, RPG
Recommended if you like: PS1 hack ‘n’ slash games
Final Fantasy Awakening 59 Second Review on YouTube
I’d heard of Final Fantasy Agito and Type-0 a while ago and always thought it would amazing to have a hack ‘n’ slash type FF game for mobile.
Years passed and I never heard of it coming to Australia.
I started to lose hope, but at the same time, heaps of other games came out that also showed off some amazing hack ‘n’ slash gameplay.
More time passed and by the time Final Fantasy Awakening came out down under, it was way too dated. Trust me, when you see the gameplay in our video review, you’ll see what I mean…
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2 stars – a rather disappointing Final Fantasy mobile game that just doesn’t live up to today’s standard
- Plenty of freebies such as login rewards etc.
- Fancy animations when activating special abilities
- Dated graphics fail to impress, especially on phones with high-resolution screens
- Boring and uninspiring tap, tap, tap combat
- Upgrading characters and allies feels pointless and unrewarding
- The entire game just feels like a money grab