World of Final Fantasy Gameplay and Review
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Have you ever wanted your own Behemoth to fight for you? How about a Chocobo? How about a ChocoCHICK?? HOW ABOUT AN AWESOMELY CUTE VERSION OF IFRIT??? Ok that’s enough of that. What I’m trying to get across is the fact that World of Final Fantasy lets you battle, capture, rename and customise the abilities of familiar Final Fantasy monsters from across the series. Watch our World of Final Fantasy gameplay and review video below to find out more!

Platform Used For World of Final Fantasy Gameplay and Review: Metabox Prime P650RP-G, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 6GB GDDR5 VRAM with G-Sync, Intel Core i7-6700HQ Processor (6M Cache up to 3.50 GHz), 16GB DDR4 2133MHZ (1 x 16GB)
Developer: Square Enix
Genre: RPG, Fantasy, Adventure
Recommended If You Like: Solarix, SOMA
Rating: 5 Star Review
Price:
$39.99USD

World of Final Fantasy Gameplay and Review on YouTube

Take control of protagonist twins Reynn and Lann in this amazingly unique, nostalgic and adorable RPG from renowned developers Square Enix. Battle, capture and keep monsters that you’ll recognise from previous Final Fantasy games. The gameplay and combat is so in-depth, you’ll be switching techniques faster than a cheetah could pounce on a limping Donald Trump!

Make sure you check out our World of Final Fantasy gameplay and review video above and if you like it, go on and check out the game on Steam via the link at the top of this page!

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Score

5 Star Review

5 stars – an intriguing adventure filled with familiar monsters, characters and brain-engaging gameplay

Good PointsPluses:

  • Beautiful graphics with superb mo-cap and Japanese voice-overs
  • Humourous dialogue
  • Awesome monsters to battle and capture
  • Customisable talent trees for every monster
  • Familiar characters, monsters and abilities
  • Fun and challenging combat

Bad PointsMinuses:

  • A tad too linear at times
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