In a world of mobile games that seem to exist for the sole purpose of draining your wallet (and soul) with unrelenting loot boxes, a title like Final Fantasy XV: Pocket Edition is a very welcome addition and breath of fresh air. This game was first announced last August, and now it's finally available to download for Android and iOS.
Final Fantasy XV: Pocket Edition is pretty much what its name suggests. Aside from the cartoony character design that's crazy adorable, this is essentially the same Final Fantasy XV experience you'll find on consoles. You can explore the game's familiar, vibrant world, battle all sorts of enemies, and experience 10 chapters in which you follow the Chosen King as he tries to reclaim his throne.
Chapter 1 of the game is free to download, but if you want to experience everything it has to offer, you'll need to pay $20 for the full experience.
That's more than what you'll spend for most mobile games, but considering that this is essentially the entire Final Fantasy XV experience shrunk down to fit on your phone, it's really quite fair.
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