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Final Fantasy XV: Episode Prompto Goes Guns Blazing

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Gameplay for Final Fantasy XV‘s upcoming DLC – Final Fantasy XV: Episode Prompto – has unveiled its stealth and shooter elements, shaking things up from the original title’s action RPG style and hopefully making for a memorable experience whilst likely enraging Final Fantasy purists to no end.

Roughly 5-minutes of gameplay for the DLC:

Players can give Final Fantasy XV: Episode Prompto a shot when it launches on June 27th.

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  • Anonymous says:

    I think the Final Fantasy games lost some of their magic when they made the leap to semi realistic graphics. Square Enix need to drop the focus on awesome graphics over story and just make a Final Fantasy game the way they used too.

    I’d take OK graphics with a decent story anyday.

    • Anonymous says:

      Not only graphic. the original developers are gone and the gameplay is completly different that it makes me wonder why they call these games “Final Fantasy” anymore. As much as I liked XII for example it was basicaly an offline mmorpg. That the last real FF that deserved this title was probably FFX. Everything after that was milking the franchise. And that’s not just about beeing a fan or a hardcore fan. What I liked about the FF is gone in the newer titles. If FF games doesn’t have that then they lost their purpose in playing them for me. Fan or not. In the end it is that simple. Same with Resident Evil.

      • Anonymous says:

        FFX was shit though, it was almost as linear as FF13. It was a HUGE step down for the series. Big shame, too, as it was the first one on PS2.

        I’d say FF9 was the last time the series was actually great as a Final Fantasy game.

      • Anonymous says:

        The gameplay being different isn’t the problem. It’s actually good that they are changing things up. Not being able to adapt is the mark of really bad developers. They just need to make the pacing of the game better.