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Final Fantasy XV: Day One Edition (PS4) Used - Like New £17.18 Boomerang Rental via Amazon

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Get ready to be at the centre of the ultimate fantasy adventure. Enter the world of FINAL FANTASY XV, and experience epic action-packed battles along your journey of discovery. You are Noctis, the Cro… Read More
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Get ready to be at the centre of the ultimate fantasy adventure. Enter the world of FINAL FANTASY XV, and experience epic action-packed battles along your journey of discovery. You are Noctis, the Crown Prince of the Kingdom of Lucis, and your quest is to reclaim your homeland from the clutches of the imperial army.

Joined by your closest friends, you will take the wheel and experience a voyage like no other, travelling through the breathtaking world of Eos encountering larger-than-life beasts and unforgiving enemies. You will learn to master the skills of weaponry and magic, channelling the power of your ancestors allowing you to effortlessly warp through the air in thrilling combat
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1 Like #1
That's ridiculously cheap, have some heat!
#2
It's not the day one edition.

It's in a day one edition box.
[HUKD Deal Editor] 3 Likes #3
robo989
It's not the day one edition.
It's in a day one edition box.

It's from Boomerang mate. Any codes will be unused. They don't send them out to their rental customers. It's an 'as new' purchase without cellophane and a cleaned disc :)
3 Likes #4
Save your money, get Persona 5 :p
#5
jimbo001
Save your money, get Persona 5 :p


Save your money, build a time machine, and go back a few weeks when FFXV was £9.99 on psn.
1 Like #6
I got this on PSN for £9.99 a few weeks back, only bought it because it was cheap. Put it on the other day out of curiosity and was very surprised as to how good it actually is. I've never been into the final fantasy games but from the opening sequence when you're pushing the car down the road I was hooked... so much so in fact i've not played Horizon since oO
#7
Great deal OP heat added, managed to get one, only 8 left now
#8
Good price, but a very average game (imo).
#9
I managed to jump on the "PSN £9.99" bandwagon when it happened, but with such an extensive 2015/16 backlog to get through, i'm hoping some optimisation patches improve the game further, possibly in time for a PS4 Pro purchase (when it inevitably drops in price to compete with Scorpio).
1 Like #10
This game was £9.99? When?
#11
moazthefreeman
This game was £9.99? When?

1 month ago when they seemingly had a mis-price on the PS Store that morning.

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/final-fantasy-15-with-ps-plus-9-99-psn-store-2642408
1 Like #12
Still gutted I missed the £9.99 deal. Tried to save money by using cd keys top up, item got removed from basket when I returned to PS store.. :( Lesson learned.
#13
SOLD OUT on PS4
#14
jamhole
jimbo001
Save your money, get Persona 5 :p
Save your money, build a time machine, and go back a few weeks when FFXV was £9.99 on psn.
I did buy it then and tbh it is pretty lame . The side quests are all boring the world is 75% empty (although is pretty) and don't even get me started on a fast travel system that can have you waiting through a 10 minute long car ride . It also received a lot of praise for the relationship between the characters , but I found them to be dull stereotypes too .
Combat system isn't horrible and is a great improvement over 13s horrible active turn based mess but still not as good as old fashioned turn based (ff10 and back ) .
1 Like #15
MrMicP
I got this on PSN for £9.99 a few weeks back, only bought it because it was cheap. Put it on the other day out of curiosity and was very surprised as to how good it actually is. I've never been into the final fantasy games but from the opening sequence when you're pushing the car down the road I was hooked... so much so in fact i've not played Horizon since oO

I've not played a FF game since FFXI. I've played them all upto 11 (which is online) . The rest never interested me. I bought X, played it for a short while. Got another one after that not sure which FF it was but didn't get very far. In fact only the start. Then my friend lent me his copy of XV. I had to buy a new TV since I'm still working on retro CRT. But as soon as I put the game on I haven't put it down. It's kind of linear but not as linear as FFX. You do get freedom of movement in the zones you're given. Do recommend it to anyone who's given up on FF and want to come back. The exp thing and night time is annoying.
#16
codnan
[quote=jamhole][quote=jimbo001]
Combat system isn't horrible and is a great improvement over 13s horrible active turn based mess but still not as good as old fashioned turn based (ff10 and back ) .

Maybe good I missed out then. It all seems downhill since FF10.
2 Likes #17
lenus337
codnan
[quote=jamhole][quote=jimbo001]
Combat system isn't horrible and is a great improvement over 13s horrible active turn based mess but still not as good as old fashioned turn based (ff10 and back ) .
Maybe good I missed out then. It all seems downhill since FF10.
This is way better than FF10. The reason it's getting some hate here is because all these hipsters don't like that a new FF game is getting more copies sold than their old outdated turn based games.
#18
MrMicP
I got this on PSN for £9.99 a few weeks back, only bought it because it was cheap. Put it on the other day out of curiosity and was very surprised as to how good it actually is. I've never been into the final fantasy games but from the opening sequence when you're pushing the car down the road I was hooked... so much so in fact i've not played Horizon since oO


I'm really hoping I feel the same. Didn't really enjoy the demos before release. But bought game for £10 off psn and held of playing it atm.

Stuck into diablo 3 currently for the season. But will try ff15 soon.
#19
moazthefreeman
lenus337
codnan
[quote=jamhole][quote=jimbo001]
Combat system isn't horrible and is a great improvement over 13s horrible active turn based mess but still not as good as old fashioned turn based (ff10 and back ) .
Maybe good I missed out then. It all seems downhill since FF10.
This is way better than FF10. The reason it's getting some hate here is because all these hipsters don't like that a new FF game is getting more copies sold than their old outdated turn based games.
What?
I clearly outlined what i found to be issues with this game and imo it fails to come close to other open world games like the witcher and horizen and fails to be a decent jrpg. Turn based worked best and was what i used to like in ff games (i bought all from 6-13) mechanicly ,as ther can never really be too much of a challenge with sloppy active battle systems over decent turn based and it becomes mostly a button masher.
Any way i would say as much as i love old ff games smt nocturne blows most of them away (baring 8 which had the best side quest/ computerr card game ever made )
#20
codnan
moazthefreeman
lenus337
codnan
[quote=jamhole][quote=jimbo001]
Combat system isn't horrible and is a great improvement over 13s horrible active turn based mess but still not as good as old fashioned turn based (ff10 and back ) .
Maybe good I missed out then. It all seems downhill since FF10.
This is way better than FF10. The reason it's getting some hate here is because all these hipsters don't like that a new FF game is getting more copies sold than their old outdated turn based games.
What?
I clearly outlined what i found to be issues with this game and imo it fails to come close to other open world games like the witcher and horizen and fails to be a decent jrpg. Turn based worked best and was what i used to like in ff games (i bought all from 6-13) mechanicly ,as ther can never really be too much of a challenge with sloppy active battle systems over decent turn based and it becomes mostly a button masher.
Any way i would say as much as i love old ff games smt nocturne blows most of them away (baring 8 which had the best side quest/ computerr card game ever made )

I'll still completely disagree. This isn't supposed to be like Horizon or Witcher 3 because it's a JRPG. I prefer the more active combat than turn based combat, that was a limitation of the system capabilities and what the developers could do. Instead of wasting my time grinding so that my numbers are high enough to fight enemies, now it's a fun active combat system.

I'll agree SMT Nocturne is great, but just because this game isn't like the older games doesn't make it any worse.
#21
moazthefreeman
codnan
moazthefreeman
lenus337
codnan
[quote=jamhole][quote=jimbo001]
Combat system isn't horrible and is a great improvement over 13s horrible active turn based mess but still not as good as old fashioned turn based (ff10 and back ) .
Maybe good I missed out then. It all seems downhill since FF10.
This is way better than FF10. The reason it's getting some hate here is because all these hipsters don't like that a new FF game is getting more copies sold than their old outdated turn based games.
What?
I clearly outlined what i found to be issues with this game and imo it fails to come close to other open world games like the witcher and horizen and fails to be a decent jrpg. Turn based worked best and was what i used to like in ff games (i bought all from 6-13) mechanicly ,as ther can never really be too much of a challenge with sloppy active battle systems over decent turn based and it becomes mostly a button masher.
Any way i would say as much as i love old ff games smt nocturne blows most of them away (baring 8 which had the best side quest/ computerr card game ever made )
I'll still completely disagree. This isn't supposed to be like Horizon or Witcher 3 because it's a JRPG. I prefer the more active combat than turn based combat, that was a limitation of the system capabilities and what the developers could do. Instead of wasting my time grinding so that my numbers are high enough to fight enemies, now it's a fun active combat system.
I'll agree SMT Nocturne is great, but just because this game isn't like the older games doesn't make it any worse.
I partly agreee and did say i thought the combat system was ok but it dosnt change the fact that this is laid out as an open world western rpg and has verry dull side quests (that i have played so far anyway) and ther is hardly anything to do in the world. You spend 10 minutes walking to a quest marker and get 1 encounter and a herb or 2 .And dont get me started on the car , the first time it took about 10 minutes to drive across the map j thought it was pretty funny but then it just becomes one of the worst fast travel mechanics ever devised
#22
codnan
moazthefreeman
codnan
moazthefreeman
lenus337
codnan
[quote=jamhole][quote=jimbo001]
Combat system isn't horrible and is a great improvement over 13s horrible active turn based mess but still not as good as old fashioned turn based (ff10 and back ) .
Maybe good I missed out then. It all seems downhill since FF10.
This is way better than FF10. The reason it's getting some hate here is because all these hipsters don't like that a new FF game is getting more copies sold than their old outdated turn based games.
What?
I clearly outlined what i found to be issues with this game and imo it fails to come close to other open world games like the witcher and horizen and fails to be a decent jrpg. Turn based worked best and was what i used to like in ff games (i bought all from 6-13) mechanicly ,as ther can never really be too much of a challenge with sloppy active battle systems over decent turn based and it becomes mostly a button masher.
Any way i would say as much as i love old ff games smt nocturne blows most of them away (baring 8 which had the best side quest/ computerr card game ever made )
I'll still completely disagree. This isn't supposed to be like Horizon or Witcher 3 because it's a JRPG. I prefer the more active combat than turn based combat, that was a limitation of the system capabilities and what the developers could do. Instead of wasting my time grinding so that my numbers are high enough to fight enemies, now it's a fun active combat system.
I'll agree SMT Nocturne is great, but just because this game isn't like the older games doesn't make it any worse.
I partly agreee and did say i thought the combat system was ok but it dosnt change the fact that this is laid out as an open world western rpg and has verry dull side quests (that i have played so far anyway) and ther is hardly anything to do in the world. You spend 10 minutes walking to a quest marker and get 1 encounter and a herb or 2 .And dont get me started on the car , the first time it took about 10 minutes to drive across the map j thought it was pretty funny but then it just becomes one of the worst fast travel mechanics ever devised
Oh yeah the fetch quests are trash for sure. Still I really enjoyed this game overall and easily recommend it.
#23
Cant find the same price as OP. Seems to have run out of stock?
#24
moazthefreeman
This game was £9.99? When?
it was a price glitch that was quickly fixed about 3-4 weeks ago
#25
I got it when it was £9.99 to still not played all so got Persona 5 take your heart premium edition which reminds still sealed in its box. Been to busy with witcher 3 and mass effect andromeda also got Nier automata which I still need to get in to lol
#26
Expired, shame. Would have purchased at this price.
1 Like #27
moazthefreeman
lenus337
codnan
[quote=jamhole][quote=jimbo001]
Combat system isn't horrible and is a great improvement over 13s horrible active turn based mess but still not as good as old fashioned turn based (ff10 and back ) .http://imagehosting24.click/images/smile.png
Maybe good I missed out then. It all seems downhill since FF10.
This is way better than FF10. The reason it's getting some hate here is because all these hipsters don't like that a new FF game is getting more copies sold than their old outdated turn based games.
haha vell said. even though i love FF10, i have to admit what you said :)
#28
Still playing this, 143 hours in, so bags of content. As is usual with FF, the real game and challenge starts once you finish the main quest.

Just be aware that it's a very easy game - I didn't die once in the 70 hours it took me to do the main quest. Not like all the previous FF games I've played (VII and later) where there were always multi-stage bosses who would often one hit kill or sleep me, resulting in game over until I worked out the best counters for their attacks/spells.

Still great fun though, and the last (I think) dungeon that I'm on now is very challenging as you can't use items.



Edited By: techno12 on Apr 30, 2017 22:56: more info

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