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Explore the world of the fifteenth FINAL FANTASY in the palm of your hand<br><br>FINAL FANTASY XV is now playable on your smartphone!<br><br>"Explore the world of FINAL FANTASY XV <br>with a cast of cute and cool characters! "<br><br>Now you can enjoy the FINAL FANTASY XV story across 10 exciting chapters<br><br>Tap to move, tap to talk, and tap to fight<br>Easy for anyone to pick up and play!<br><br>- Story -<br>The Tale of the Chosen King, Savior to the Star.<br><br>After years of fighting, the nations of Lucis and Niflheim at last agree to an armistice.<br><br>As a symbol of this promised peace, Noctis, crown prince of Lucis, is to wed the Lady Lunafreya of Tenebrae.<br><br>The prince sets forth for his wedding on the eve of the signing ceremony, sent off by his father, King Regis.<br>Unbeknownst to Noctis, however, the journey ahead is fraught with perils...<br><br>- Supported Devices -<br>iOS device with iOS 11.1 or later installed<br>iPhone6s (9th gen iphone) or later<br>iPad Pro<br>iPad (5th gen ipad) or later<br>iPad Air2 (2nd gen ipad air) or later<br>iPad mini4 (4th generation ipad mini) or later<br>Memory required: 5GB or greater (the high resolution version requires 8GB or greater)

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Garlands elite guard
May 27, 2019

To be honest I really love the game and I wanna keep playing it! The thing is though is why do you have to pay chapters to play the entire game? I hate to see that you have to buy a mobile version of the game to have fun . I mean like if you wanna get that good good cash at least think of something else that doesn’t mess up the game with buying chapters. It’s making the game feel like telltales way of things, buying chapters to get the full story of the game; why just keep it all in one package instead of buying parts of it one by one it starts to get annoying for us to pay. Have the chapters for free would get a crowd running in and play ,but if you want us to pay give us something on the mobile exclusively like special events throughout the game like that assassins creed event but you gotta pay like a dollar for a costume set or some weapons for each of the characters something like that would be good. If only you had the chapters free I would be happy but right now I don’t find this good at all. I love this game, I love the combat, I love the story but this is not a good way for us to enjoy it.

Feb 25, 2018

This is FFXV story, I definitely miss the amazing graphics and picture of the console version but it plays bueatifully and gives the story a chance to shine. I recently bought the pack of chapters and the gameplay is great, smooth and great story through chapter 2 but I am finding that only half of the words are being said, the lines from chapter one continue but the story through chapter two has no sound of the speaking characters and some of the banter across the maps isn’t heard or in at least one case in a different language even when the rest of the game and the bubble words are in English. I am not sure if it is from incomplete download or a more recent update because i see no other complaints but i would like to know if there is a fix and what to do about it. I love hearing their banter and the story voices. (Battle sounds i.e. grunts and sword clashes are fine, along with sounds to breaking boxes and such on map too.) Update: started chapter 3 and the story all has voices just chapter 2 seems to be without voices for the cutscenes and part of the map banter.

Caim wildfox
Sep 13, 2018

I was a part of the people who did the preorder for the game. I don’t know if I was not waiting long enough or what but the game never got past the loading screen. I really want to play the pocket edition of this final fantasy because I love and beat the original 15. I hope when it is finally out I can download it and play. Then I will give it that last star the game deserves. (EDIT) Finally got my version to work and it turns out it was the bad dream of the Game Center that plagued my iPhone. As soon as I turned that sync off for my entire phone the game booted up like it was suppose to. Love the new design of the characters and the lay out of the menu system. The battle system is going to take a little getting use to again but I can’t wait to see this one all the way to the end. A very good port and I agreeing with the community. Square might need to port this copy over to the switch for players who play on Nintendo products. It would be an awesome port.

Jan 19, 2019

Story has always been at the heart of the FF series and this one delivers with a heartfelt story. I played with my 10 year old boy (he actually controlled 90% of the time) and his brothers (8 and 6) were enthralled watching along on AppleTV. I played FF I when it first came out as a teen, so it was truly awesome to have this moment 14 FF versions later watching my kids play! The graphics are mobile looking but provided a good experience with the occasional oohs and aahs during new towns and epic moments. Game play and battle mechanics felt simplistic vs my old school FF days. Initially I loved the speed and ease, but tbh, it got a bit repetitive. Luckily, it never bored the kids so they became the battle masters. Lastly, as a note to parents, there is some light swearing and the occasional skimpy outfit, but nothing worse than TV. As the plot and characters developed, it was great to see my kids engaged and actually take away some good character lessons.

Nov 27, 2019

The art style is very good. The chibis are cute. Noctis and the chocobos are especially cute as chibis <3 Not gonna lie, the art was a major draw to this game for me. So a hearty bravo to the artists. The gameplay is solid. Battles were engaging but not too intense, and I didn’t feel like they were getting obnoxiously repetitive over time either. I also liked the top-down camera for battles as it made understanding and managing battles easy and fun. I thought the plot-line was interesting but sometimes difficult to understand. Though this may be a critique for ffxv proper (Pocket Edition is the only version of ffxv I’ve played). There were a handful of times when the game crashed on me, or when a glitch made me have to restart the app. (I’m playing on an iPhone XR, so I was a little surprised.) This happened maybe once every two chapters and the game autosaves frequently so I wasn’t extremely put-out by this. All in all, an enjoyable experience. 5/5.

CSR Racing 2


Developed by SQUARE ENIX.

FINALFANTASY XV POCKET EDITION is ranking in   Games & Action & Role Playing

Last update was at Jan 28, 2019and the current version is 1.0.6.

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FINALFANTASY XV POCKET EDITION have a 2 098a user reviews.

FINALFANTASY XV POCKET EDITION was released in the App Store. It is developed by SQUARE ENIX, who have also released the following apps.

FINALFANTASY XV POCKET EDITION has 2 098 user reviews.​

FINALFANTASY XV POCKET EDITION has an average rating of 3.9. ​The latest version of FINALFANTASY XV POCKET EDITION 1.0.6​ ​​was ​released on Jan 28, 2019​.


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