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Final Fantasy Type-0 HD - Xbox One

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    Ratings & Reviews


    Overall Customer Rating:
    86% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (225 out of 263)

    Product Details


    • Developer: Square Enix
    • Publisher: Square Enix
    • Platform: Xbox One
    • Genre: Role Playing
    • Release Date: 03/17/2015

    Synopsis


    The highly anticipated latest chapter in the Final Fantasy franchise is finally here. Well-known and loved for its immersive gameplay, heart-pounding combat systems, moving storylines and diverse array of characters, the Final Fantasy series delivers a Western version of the popular Japanese-released Final Fantasy Type-0 in remastered high-definition. In the dark land of Orience, a nation governed by crystals, conflict brews more menacingly every day. A neighboring empire threatens the land's borders with increasing aggression, and the nation's only hope rests in the magical abilities and fighting skills of Class Zero — a group of 14 students trained at an elite military academy. Can the students summon their powers and save Orience from destruction? Get ready to embark on a whirlwind of epic adventures in Final Fantasy Type-0 HD, which truly epitomizes what the Final Fantasy franchise is all about.

    Experience the Western version of the 2011 Final Fantasy Type-0 saga — Final Fantasy Type-0 HD — available for the first time in North America and remastered in visually stunning high-definition for the Xbox One console. Travel to the war-torn land of Orience, where chaos and turbulence reign. Rise to the challenges of battle as you take on the role of a member of Class Zero and harness the character's customizable weapons, abilities and combat style. Fight for your life in high-stakes battle, where any offensive move could claim your life. Prepare for a journey that will test your physical skills and your wits — each decision you make will have life-altering consequences, not just for you, but for all of Orience. The fate of a nation rests in your hands — are you willing to give everything in the defense of your land?

    Features


    Final Fantasy XV

    Pre-order Final Fantasy Type-0 HD and receive access to the Demo!

    Final Fantasy

    Journey to war-ravaged Orience for the battle of a lifetime as you fight to beat back the advances of an aggressive neighboring empire in the latest installment in the beloved franchise

    Become one of the 14 members of Class Zero, a group of students formed at an elite military academy and tasked with the defense of Orience

    Plunge into the heat of high-stakes combat and fight with everything you've got, but beware — any common fire spell could turn you to ash, and the lethal Killsight spell can snuff out your life in an instant

    Shape your destiny — and the future of Orience — with every choice you make

    Final Fantasy Type-0

    Immerse yourself in a stunning array of enhanced images in this high-definition remastered version of , which was originally released in Japan in 2011 for PSP

    For 1 player



    Customer rating

    Rating 4.1 out of 5 stars with 263 reviews

    86%
    would recommend to a friend

    Pros

    Cons

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Active Combat and A lot of Characters

      Posted
      OutAtom
      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      Final Fantasy Type-0 is a combination of what fans want from the series and what they wanted. A fantasy rich story filled with drama, intense action and unique characters drive the story forward at a remarkable pace. The combat complements this by giving players the chance to finally play an active role in fighting, allowing players to run around the field, attack at will, and switch between your fighters at will. Each fighter has a distinctive move set and style of fighting, utilizing each fighters strengths and weakness is paramount to ensure success and a top rating. If you're a fan of the series, or RPGs in general, than Type-0 is a must buy. If you however have a sour taste from RPGs or the Final Fantasy series this game won't win you over.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Great Port of a Classic JRPG

      Posted
      JEFFz0mg
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      This was a previously only released in Japan PS Vita game back in 2011 that was ported to PS4/Xbox One. This is being billed as the Final Fantasy for an older crowd and for the most part it is able to accomplish that. The story here in the game is a bit on the thin side as it follows you and your team of fighters from location to location liberating the towns, invading others, and still defending more, but it still hits you in the gut from time to time. There are plenty of RPG elements and even some real time strategy taking place. You pick your team as you go into battle with each having their own specialties. The cut scenes as in most Final Fantasy games are simply outstanding. The voice acting is poor in some parts, but can still give you an emotional one-two punch from time to time. All in all the game is a great one. There are wonderful elements of strategy, fast paced combat action, and even oddly fun time management sections. You won’t want to miss this addition to the Final Fantasy family.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

      Grind and repeat.

      Posted
      JustSaiyanDotcom
      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      This is a port of a mobile game, and based on the responsiveness of the controls it certainly feels like it at many points. You should know that the game is made to be replayed over and over again with many sections of your first play-thru guarded by monsters Lv. 60-99. Many other missions and stories won't be available until later play-thrus, some only unlocking on your 3rd play-thru. The achievements are simple enough to get on a single play-thru, but after that it just seems later play-thrus for a couple extra missions on top of more grinding to be able to complete them is a bit much. At that point, it's less of a challenge and more of just a grind. Not a bad game, but definitely not optimized for a console experience. It's good if you're the kind of person who likes repetitive grinding for incremental yet paltry rewards.

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      New Generation, Better Gamplay

      Posted
      aznrawring
      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      Final Fantasy Type-0 has substantially improved from its earlier version on the PSP, a huge difference! From the couple past Final Fantasy's I've played, Final Fantasy XIII & XIII-2, it certainly has a better resolution even if you agree with me or not, it has a totally different battle perspective view (that's not a "taking turn" bases), a bit hard to control but eventually you get the hang of it and many other changes that satisfied me!! You get a really exciting and clenching storyline that makes you want to keep playing in seeing what will happen next, as you interact in the gameplay, of course! So enough of my talking and you guys go try it out!! Motivated or really wanting to get the game? Go get it then!!! I guarantee you won't be disappointed nor bored with this game, especially if you are a fan of Final Fantasy!!

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

      Ok, but wanted more...

      Posted
      ChaosLegioneerX
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      Game graphics and mechanics are amazing. That said, I was disappointed at the fact that in order to get and understand the story I had to go online and read from people that took the many hours needed to read all the in game lore that is sent to a book that is accessed at the library. This would be fine if there were small fact and story actually told in game, but no. Not only do you need to read a literal book, but must past game several times to unlock pages needed to explain what the game failed to in order to make game seem more movie and action packed. Being used to Final Fantasy game i was let down. also game is super short if you just do main story objectives. Grinding is not needed because new game play lets you kill anything if timed right.

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

      Didn't like it

      Posted
      Lubacca
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      • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

      Just another hd remake of a mediocre game in the series, graphics were mediocre (I know it was remastered) but still. Im usually sucked in by final fantasy storyline but this one didn't intrigue me at all after like 5 hours of playing went back and traded it in. best thing about the game was the demo IMO. If you loved it or liked it on psp and want to replay it, go for it. It is a remake for a specific fan base and it does look better than it did on psp so in that case it's worth playing, but not for the ridiculous 60 dollar price. Maybe a 30 dollars game at best. If you are looking for a new FF to fall in love with, this isn't it.

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Great Final Fantasy Game. Intense story mode.

      Posted
      ByrdMan
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      I liked this game. I hadn't played a FF game since crisis core, which I loved. Though the story didn't grab me the way crisis core did, the story in this game is great. Very mature tone. This is however a remake from a PSP game. And it shows. Most of the cutscenes were updated but the textures of the game needed some work. The character models were good though. Took me about 35 hours to complete the game and another more hours to beat it on a harder difficulty, I literally skipped all the cut scenes. Unless it was for a new level that I hadn't played. If you play the game a second time, there are levels that are unlocked that weren't previously in the first play through. All in all, it was a good game.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Worth a purchase.

      Posted
      FamousSS44
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      OK so this game is actually pretty good. Its the best ff we've gotten since X. That's not saying much but it has a really cool and unique battle system. The game is pretty slow the first hour except for the awesome opening cutscene But right after that it opens up big time and becomes really fun. Type 0 is clearly a psp game though. The graphics are straight up bad and the camera sucks booty. type 0 has a lot going for it so it overcomes it's faults and the characters are actually not annoying for the first time in forever. All in all I'm actually surprised at how good this is so if you love final fantasy than pick this up.

      I would recommend this to a friend


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