What I can’t tell, from this trailer, is how much the player is involved in the drawing mechanic.
Love the father/son dynamic in this game.
That constantly fails to deliver on significant plot points. Either due to:
- Technical issues, such as the camera zooming in too closely, blocking the action on-screen.
- Script issues that tell more than show emotional plot points. I need to know why I should care about someone I’ve never met. Give me reasons. All of them. Show me!
Prince Noctis, his band of brothers, and the world they live in keep me coming back for more.
Can’t wait to see how this one ends.
Monsters exist. They eat children at night. When monsters are famished, they eat adults too. The guys of Final Fantasy XV know this. Which leads them to suggest resting when the sun goes down. Nighttime is scary.
But when you are with friends, nighttime is fun! Adventures in the wilderness lead to camping out versus hotel stays. Camping equals amazing meals cooked by master chef and best bro, Ignis. In your many many travels, Ignis collects recipes to cook later on. Food equals stat boots as well as other fun mathematical thingamajigs. Trust me, food is awesome.
One of my favorite things about FFXV is something rather simple, photography. Party member and best bruh Prompto takes pictures as you cruise the countryside. At the end of each day, when you camp for the night, the game gives you a chance to check out Prompto’s pictures. You can even save the ones you like. The guys will also comment on the photos they like as you flip through them. Check it out:
Final Fantasy XV is such a weird game, but I love it. Simple features such as cooking and photography add a wonderful layer of personality. I don’t want this roadtrip to end.
(Note: The video featured above was captured in a hurry. Reason why there aren’t any huge level ups or even that many photos taken. A full day played in-game can yield some pretty fantastic photography.)