Final Fantasy XV Xbox One Also on Ps4 - £12 @ Tesco (C&C)
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Final Fantasy XV Xbox One Also on Ps4 - £12 @ Tesco (C&C)

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Found 30th Jan
PRODUCT DETAILS
  • Final Fantasy XV role-playing game (RPG) for Xbox One
  • Experience a lush fantasy world in the latest Final Fantasy
  • Age rating: 16+ (contains violence)
Get ready to reclaim your throne in the highly anticipated Final Fantasy XV for Xbox One from legendary studio, Square Enix. Coming to Xbox One after years in the making, Final Fantasy XV is the next step in the iconic Final Fantasy franchise. You will play as Noctis, the Crown Prince of the Kingdom of Lucis, and your quest is to reclaim your homeland from the clutches of the imperial army.
Experience epic action-packed battles along your journey of discovery in one of the largest Final Fantasy games ever created. Joined by Noctis' closest friends, you will take the wheel and experience a road trip across a unique fantasy RPG, travelling the breathtaking world of Eos. Here, you will encounter incredible beasts and enemies. You will learn to master the skills of weaponry and magic, channelling the power of your ancestors allowing you to travel through the air in thrilling combat.

An epic story
In true Final Fantasy style, Final Fantasy XV Xbox One tells a story of self-discovery, revenge and heartfelt emotion. Playing as Prince Noctis, you must uncover the mystery of why your homeland was invaded and your loved ones slain. You are the rightful heir and you must retake the throne of Eos, but to do so you must adventure the spectacular open world, visiting its many unique cities, towns and cultures, defeating enemies both large and small, and uncovering more of the conspiracy against your family.

Spectacular battles
Final Fantasy XV Xbox One not only introduces a brand-new story and cast, it also takes the beloved combat mechanics of the franchise and creates a new way to battle. You will customise your unique and magical weapons, using each character's unique abilities to teleport around the battlefield and conjure up incredible beasts to defeat your foes

Close friends
Noctis: Heir to the throne, Noctis' trials begin when he sets forth from the crown city to wed Lunafreya Nox Fleuret, but finds out that he has been betrayed. He wields spectral weapons, which he forges from thin air.
Gladiolus: The Amicitia family has long served as the shield protecting the kings of Lucis and their household, and Gladiolus is its eldest son. The bond he shares with Noctis transcends that of a bodyguard and his liege. With his prodigious strength, he stands ever-ready to keep his companions from harm.
Ignis: Ignis was raised alongside Prince Noctis to be adviser to the heir apparent. An intensive education instilled in him the resourcefulness and composure required for the role, his tactical acumen proving invaluable over the course of the prince's journey.
Prompto: Fast friends with Noctis since they met as teenagers, Prompto is a young man of common birth who finds himself out of his depth when tragedy befalls Lucis. Nevertheless, he strives to carry more than his own weight, lightening his companions' burdens as well as their spirits.
Luna: Luna made many fond memories with Noctis in their childhood, but their days of innocence ended abruptly when the empire overtook her home of Tenebrae. Through adversity, she became the youngest Oracle in history. Adored and respected the world over, she now travels in search of communion with the gods to aid Noctis on his journey.
Regis: The reigning monarch of the Kingdom of Lucis, Regis raised his son, Prince Noctis, on his own. For long years, he has sustained the Wall, a magical barrier that encases the Crown City, protecting it from invasion. However, tragedy would befall him at the treaty signing with Niflheim, during which he was reportedly slain.
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Probably getting rid now to make way for new version
£5 off with TDX-PWFG code if you spend over £35 in case anyone is buying a few gaming/electrical items
I think this game splits opinions but personally I bought it for the beautiful graphics and I had a feeling I would enjoy it. I have 48 hours gameplay so far, pretty much all side quests. I'm giving it a couple of weeks break to play other things and then I will let Final Fanstasy XV rule my life for another 50 hours. I don't get that addicted to open world games these days but this is a bit different and a bit special.
AndyEssex51 m ago

I think this game splits opinions but personally I bought it for the …I think this game splits opinions but personally I bought it for the beautiful graphics and I had a feeling I would enjoy it. I have 48 hours gameplay so far, pretty much all side quests. I'm giving it a couple of weeks break to play other things and then I will let Final Fanstasy XV rule my life for another 50 hours. I don't get that addicted to open world games these days but this is a bit different and a bit special.


Bought it when first came out. Boring as hell. I have about 8 hours on the clock.
I’m not one to get addicted to these games usually, but I’ve just clocked over 90 hours on this and the three story DLC packs. It isn’t perfect but it certainly is vast and a pleasure to play. For £12 this is excellent value for money.
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