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I have been playing this game for over a year. It has been very fun building my empire and connect with people within my realm and others. There are a lot of good people in the game, but to every great thing there comes a bad. Over the last few months of playing, the developers have royally screwed the game up. They started giving things to people for free and not to others and then taking away items that have been purchased without any form of compensation. We had a couple of guild members stuck in another realm where they couldn’t get back for over a week and therefore missed out on several prizes for several events while the developers kept telling them that our realm had merged with the one she was stuck in. (We had no merge. This was obvious by the fact that nobody else was in that realm from ours.) They post BOGO packs where you buy one pack at full price and the second pack is half off with less than half of the items in it. (They won’t do anything about that either.) There have been several times with multiple players reporting issues and the customer support replies with some copy and paste statement that says “it is working as designed”. It doesn’t seem that the customer support nor the developers really care about the stuff that goes wrong in the game. If they could get their heads out the ground and actually care about customer service and player concerns this game would actually be a great game again.
So being an FF fan I had to play this. Since it was a fresh game, it offered and once in a lifetime deal for $5. Played a little more, found interested players, so still on. I've never played MS or GoW but everyone in the game says it's the same. Because I don't play these games the experience is new and fun, but I can see how this can get old fast. Already having issues building because of bullies. Most players are cool. But there are a lot who are not. The main things tho, this game has very little to do with FF. Besides the Main character and the 5 Chocobos and 3 baby Chocobos that run around on your farm, there is nothing else related to FF. So kind of a double whammy there, little to do with FF and quick repetitiveness. If I didn't spend that $5 I probably would not still be playing...Oh well, just a little longer till it gets really boring I guess. UPDATE: I hate this game and the P2W players in it! After playing since the start, this game is extremely P2W! You get a couple people who spends a thousand on the game and that's it. They run the entire Realm. You can try to rally, but they will always just throw more cash at it during fights and that's it. There's no way to win, making the game utterly pointless as soon as they started playing. Plus getting merged ruined our Clan, we went from #9 to #50 overnight, without so much as a warning it was coming. Bottom line: if it's not made by SquareSoft, it's not really Final Fantasy!
This game is very fun and interesting to play, but it seems like only the players that are able to spend $200-$300 per month are able to level up. You should not spend any money at all when you’re playing this game, because as soon as you buy any kind of material slowly clear up, another player that has spent more money than you will steal them all. If there were two sets of worlds, one for people who pay to play and another for people who are just playing for fun, it might be more fair. I played for three months and spent weeks saving up materials to build. Everything gets wiped out overnight as soon as you hit a level 20. Luckily I’ve only spent $4.99. I would play this game if it didn’t cost so much, but I am only playing for fun so it really isn’t worth it to do this. Another part that would make this game more fun to play or at least allow lower level people to grow, is prevents people from high levels from attacking people who are a fraction of their level. Level fives can be attacked by people that are level 60. It seems very difficult to level up, because people then playing longer than you take all of your materials. Also within a matter of minutes, the same player can hit you 10 to 20 times. There should be a limit that the same player can only hit you maybe three times in a 24 hour period. Otherwise you take a break for 10 minutes, and the same player has hit you 20 times.
Compared to base games like clash of queens and clash of clans , this game is literally trash. They give you one advanced teleport and a few name changers at the beginning and they leave you literally on your own. Resources are hard to come by at the beginning it seems you have to be mining for your life. The tax rate for your allies to send you resources is so high that you can't even get help from them or you both would be losing. Tax rates for sending resources starts from 50% and that's an utter disaster. Map Is confusing, you can teleport out of a hoard of noobs to only have more noobs teleporting around you, it's literally a disaster. You can't get anywhere in this game without investing money in it. You can't even view the strongest players or guild because they don't even have a ranking system and board as yet. I understand this game is fairly new but with this type of marketing they're doing you have to at least come a little clutch or lit before marketing like that. You're marketing is at 95% and then the product is at 10%. It actually feels like we are the beta testers. I've seen many games start out a little bad but this is the worst I've seen. The sad part is you guys don't even have a support button where you can take feedback from the players who know a thing or two about these type of games. Anyways I don't mind playing but come on. Handle your stuff guys. Could be a great game you guys gotta plan out the stuff a bit better and you'll be fine.
This game has a pretty simple set up. Build up buildings. Research different areas to increase all around stats. Hunt people or monsters. Join guilds and help each other out. Simple enough. Once you have this down, things can change quickly with a little money. This game allows you to increase buildings, build defenses, or research to better yourself, but at the cost of resources and real time. You can lower these by spending real money and purchasing “packs” that lower things by a specific percent. Unfortunately, eventhough you can reach 100%, it doesn’t actually give you it for free. An example would be if a building requires 24 hours to build, at 100%, it will still take around 7 hours to build. At which point you can purchase speed ups, to finish off this 7 hours. There are people who have spent well over $10,000 into this game, so unless you have the money, you will never catch up. I have spent $25 into this and am stuck at level 41 unless I buy packs that have what I need to continue upgrading. Packs- 1st pack $5. 2nd pack $20. 3rd pack and beyond are $99. They will have random ones pop up for $50 and $80, but they are random. My recommendation is to play the game to understand how it works, and if you do plan on spending money, buy someone’s account. There are plenty for sale that already have what you need and are high enough in level to prevent you from waiting to much to still lose, but feel like you can catch up.
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Final Fantasy XV: A New Empire has 37 972 user reviews.
Final Fantasy XV: A New Empire has an average rating of 4.0.
The latest version of Final Fantasy XV: A New Empire (188.8.131.52) was released on Nov 21, 2019.
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Rally your troops, deploy your traps, and prepare for the largest battle the Realm has ever seen. Lead your forces to victory and dominate the Realm in Final Fantasy XV: A New Empire!
Fantasy XV: A New Empire is a mobile MMO experience that delivers massive warfare and thrilling adventures on your device.
The possibilities are endless in the Realm. Want to ride a Chocobo to scout an enemy Empire? How about fighting Monsters and raiding their lairs for rare loot? Explore a vast world bursting with content as you build, upgrade, and fight your way to glory.
Infantry, mages, cavalry, and siege units are yours to command and level-up. Put your army to the test by fighting alongside your Guild — and even competing in colossal Realm-vs-Realm events!
In addition to defeating foes, you can enjoy countless features, including:
- Unlock new playable Heroes like Lunafreya, Gladiolus, and Ignis
- Build your very own Empire and set powerful Traps to halt your enemies
- Craft weapons and armor for your Hero, from Gladiolus’ Hardedge to Aranea Highwind’s signature lance.
- Battle Monsters and scavenge their lairs to uncover rare loot.
- Chat with players from around the globe, receiving real-time translations in your language
Be bold or be destroyed. Summon your strength in Final Fantasy XV: A New Empire!
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