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Final Fantasy Type-0 HD by Square Enix

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Final Fantasy Type-0 HD is rated 3.5 out of 5 by 17.
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  • Platform: PlayStation 4
  • Publisher: Square Enix
  • Developer: Square Enix
  • Category: Role-Playing

Product Details:

One of the most highly anticipated role-playing games of all time, FINAL FANTASY TYPE-0 makes its Western debut on PlayStation®4 and Xbox One as FINAL FANTASY TYPE-0 HD. Featuring the immersive story, memorable characters, and production values the series is known for, players are transported to Orience, a dark, FINAL FANTASY world governed by crystals and torn apart by war, as the nation's youth are swept into its conflict.

Step into the fray as Class Zero, a group of fourteen students from an elite military academy whose country is attacked by an aggressive neighboring Empire. Using the powerful abilities and magic of all fourteen characters in fast-paced action RPG combat, players must face the brutality and injustices of war to uncover the secrets of its genesis.

  • High Definition Visuals: The world of Orience is brought to life in rich and vivid detail, coming to modern consoles in gorgeous, newly rendered HD visuals.
  • Customizable Parties: Choose from 14 playable members of Class Zero to control, each with distinctive weapons, abilities, and combat styles.
  • High Stakes Battles: A bloody, action-packed battle system where every attack carries the weight of mortality. Enter a world where a common fire spell incinerates foes, and the deadly Killsight is an instant fatality.
  • A Mature FINAL FANTASY For a New Age: The crystals fuel the flames of war, shedding light on young heroes who must cope with decisions that will mean the difference between life and death and the rise and fall of nations.

Important Information:

If you are a fan of the Final Fantasy franchise, check out all the latest Final Fantasy XV games and accessories available for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great, if you love Final Fantasy This may be the best new final fantasy i have played in years. The graphics still look fairly psp in too many areas, but the game is a blast that mixes in story and gameplay elements from many different Final Fantasy games into one very interesting game. I feel that the more ff games you have played, the more you'll probably enjoy type 0. So if you're one of those people that has only played the 13 series, this may be too much for you, but if you're like me that has played all the numbers, and gets the references, this game is a good trip to take. ;D
Date published: 2016-03-09
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Sound and fury signifying nothing Final Fantasy has always been about having an engaging story line and endearing you to a group of characters. After playing through the game I regret ever playing it and I will be turning it in. A game for me is never about the graphics because in a month of release they are old. This game lacked any type of effective story telling. I honestly by the end was calling them by their weapon names and finished this game simply because I felt compelled to hoping that at some point it would redeem itself. Some are saying this game is more mature and a "darker" Final Fantasy. Sorry, it's not darker. If you play final fantasy because you love a good story and love character development don't buy this because you will be sadly disappointed.
Date published: 2016-01-01
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Surpised by Square Enix This game is only tolerable by hardcore final fantasy gamers Im really surprised they released such garbage. This game would have only been good on a handheld but dont even waste your time trust me. STORY is completely confusing and just starts in the middle of no where.....
Date published: 2015-08-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Game with more to love Originally i had picked up this game mainly for the FF XV demo but i was curious to see how good it is. When i started playing i realized how fun it was. So glad i picked this game up. People who dislike it are either not fans of final fantasy or have not truly played this game enough. This game is literally one of the darkest stories in FF history as well as a nice change in the mature feel. There are tons of things to do in this game and being allowed multiple play throughs helps a ton. I definitely recommend this game to any hardcore FF fans and jrpg fans alike.
Date published: 2015-05-22
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Why did we fight to port this? After a play through, I just don't get it. I may have enjoyed this game as a hand held RPG back when it came out. As a full price PS4 game? It is as weak a title as you're going to find on this system. THE GOOD: Combat is relatively fun for a while if you can stomach the camera. THE BAD: About everything else. Poor graphics, cringeworthy voice acting (seriously the worst I can recall seeing in a major title), convoluted, fragmented storyline, uninspired environments, and missions that seem to mean absolutely nothing. The multiple character thing also really detracts from the weight of what little story there is, and it's very hard to care.
Date published: 2015-05-09
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Gets boring fast An extremely frustrating game that becomes very monotonous between just simply completing tasks and using your free time before the next mission. The game is very one-dimensional in it's combat design and I have just gotten tired of playing it. I thought it would be great as we have been anticipating a release of the game into the Americas for a while, but it's just so simple and easy. On top of that, the game sports a glaring design flaw in which players are punished for preferring purely melee characters with limited ranged attack ability. It's becoming a recurring theme in the game industry to neglect melee oriented players when it comes to design and it absolutely needs to stop. Yes it can be respected that melee characters shouldn't be ranged, but even our greatest real life athletes can perform dazzling aerial feats at inhuman speed every once in a while. It's really frustrating when I encounter something I cannot fight because it is exclusively ranged and will not come down and fight me because it is like I am screwed from the second I decided which character I wanted to play most just because it's ranged attack capability is so limited. I mean your AI allies are practically braindead anyway. Why does this game even have a party system? They just get in the way/waste resources. I didn't expect a lot being that it was a PSP port but it's been a pretty disappointing experience. But Birth by Sleep and God Eater were pretty similar games and were done a lot better. Surprisingly good even for PSP games and I say that not to knock all PSP games but because of the genre of the game and limitations that a PSP will have compared to a console system with more buttons and superior control. I have no outstanding opinion on the sound of the game, good or bad. Graphically, the camera's motion blur was very annoying but otherwise solid. Pretty game, but pretty boring gameplay unfortunately. This game may be more suited to more casual gamers who are not as bothered by lack of polish on a game, but by the time I was at Chapter 7 I just didn't care what was going on in the story because I was bored out of my mind even playing the game. I could go tons and tons more into detail with my disappointments but I don't really think it's fair to keep bagging on the game for reasons I have already stated (age, porting a game developed for a handheld).
Date published: 2015-04-20
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Storyline is there, but the gameplay isn't. I want to say first that after playing the game for 10-15 hours, I plan on returning the game for store credit. It hasn't kept my attention and playing it feels more like a chore at this point. The graphics are decent, but look like they were rendered on a ps3 instead of a ps4. combined with the disgusting motion blur effect for even slightly turning your gaze really put a damper on the graphics as they are only good looking when you stand still. I liked the swap-out system for characters, and magic requirements for different spells felt natural. having to keep 12 characters leveled up and geared out at once was kind of annoying at first but I got used to it. I would not recomend this game simply because it feels like it was slapped together, and still has some very obvious kinks to be worked out.
Date published: 2015-04-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Cool Enough Game There are waaaay too many characters and you can sort of tell from the gameplay and graphics that Type 0 is originally for the PSP, but other than that, the game was fairly decent. The story was good overall. If there's anything bad to say about the story telling, it's that it was slightly predictable. The gameplay was unique to other FF games and it was an action RPG instead of turn-based so that was fun in its own way. If you're a fan of Final Fantasy, this isn't a bad game to get. It also comes with a demo of FFXV, so why not?
Date published: 2015-04-13
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