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Submitted by -Mezzo- 434d ago | opinion piece

Final Fantasy XV: Mythos Savior or Destroyer?

Gi - Final Fantasy XV is the latest in the long running series that is chock full of theme and innovation. Final Fantasy XV pulls all the bells and whistles out of its adventurer’s bag to deliver what may be the most ambitious Final Fantasy title ever made. What connects each of the mainly self-contained Final Fantasy games is the wonderful artistry, music, and themes that reappear in each entry. One theme that appears in every main title is that of the Crystal. Although subtle or transformed in certain games, the theme of the Crystal is the heartbeat that started everything. Final Fantasy XV takes the crystal theme and puts it in the spotlight, fitting for a game that is part of the “Fabula Nova Crystallis.” (Final Fantasy XV, PC, PS3, PS4)

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