Final Fantasy XV: Day One Edition PS4 Pre-owned £9.17 @ Music Magpie
470°Expired

Final Fantasy XV: Day One Edition PS4 Pre-owned £9.17 @ Music Magpie

9
Found 19th Apr
Just another Music Magpie deal to add to the list. Hope it helps someone.
Community Updates

Groups

9 Comments
What you need to know about this unholy abomination from Square is that you will need the Season Pass and Royal Pass(yes, both, the season pass doesn't cover all the dlc).

Both will cost at least 30 quids to obtain.

One should just buy the Royal Edition of FFXV which is around 30 quids or wait for a sale for the price to go down, or what you are getting with the base game is barely 40% of the overall experience, and that is not counting the multiplayer content.
40% was enough for me, no need to prolong the agony
PingWong6 h, 48 m ago

What you need to know about this unholy abomination from Square is that …What you need to know about this unholy abomination from Square is that you will need the Season Pass and Royal Pass(yes, both, the season pass doesn't cover all the dlc).Both will cost at least 30 quids to obtain.One should just buy the Royal Edition of FFXV which is around 30 quids or wait for a sale for the price to go down, or what you are getting with the base game is barely 40% of the overall experience, and that is not counting the multiplayer content.


I think I sunk about 50 hours into the main game - I'd say there's plenty there for a touch over £9.
If you like the game (and not everyone does), you might want to consider the DLC but considering Game are willing to pay £7 credit for this, I'd say it was a worth getting this to test the waters.
Edited by: "BubaMan" 20th Apr
Managed to pick one up for £5 on eBay, not the best FF but still a very good game, I would say it is worth £10, so have a ho for £9
TonySquared15 m ago

have a ho for £9


What does she do for £9?
Edited by: "BubaMan" 20th Apr
BubaMan22 m ago

What does she do for £9?


Depends where in the country you are
PingWong8 h, 27 m ago

What you need to know about this unholy abomination from Square is that …What you need to know about this unholy abomination from Square is that you will need the Season Pass and Royal Pass(yes, both, the season pass doesn't cover all the dlc).Both will cost at least 30 quids to obtain.One should just buy the Royal Edition of FFXV which is around 30 quids or wait for a sale for the price to go down, or what you are getting with the base game is barely 40% of the overall experience, and that is not counting the multiplayer content.


I dont agree with that at all! Severely underrated game and somewhat of a masterpiece if you ask me. The amount of work that went into this is amazing. And for £9 that is a hell of a lot of bang for your buck!
jayjayuk12347 h, 52 m ago

40% was enough for me, no need to prolong the agony



If you have completed the game then yeah no need to buy it again NOW cause 4 more DLCs are coming next year hahahaha
BubaMan7 h, 59 m ago

I think I sunk about 50 hours into the main game - I'd say there's plenty …I think I sunk about 50 hours into the main game - I'd say there's plenty there for a touch over £9.If you like the game (and not everyone does), you might want to consider the DLC but considering Game are willing to pay £7 credit for this, I'd say it was a worth getting this to test the waters.



My gameplay was about 60-ish hours and after discussion with a few mates, those DLCs are crucial for the enjoyment of the game, even though at the end of the day I still rate the game a 5.5/10 for its lackluster ending chapters.

It is rather hard to describe the importance of the elements in the DLCs cause it would be spoilery and they are supposed to be part of the base game for the meaning they carry.
Example is the royal pass has an extra cutscene right before the last boss fight which the base game doesn't have, and that IMO is one of the saving graces of the game.
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text