People have been so focused on the Final Fantasy XV demo that they may have forgotten that it had been released along with Final Fantasy Type-0 HD, the PS4/X1 remake of the PSP game that shipped in Japan only back in October 2011. As expected, the port doesn't particularly shine and it's hard not to see this episode's portable roots. The worst part is not the visuals though, as you're bound to get your share of headaches because of the horrible camera. Not only is it impossible to control properly, but it also adds tons of ugly blur everywhere, which will take some getting used to. Thankfully, the game has good sides too, with its excellent soundtrack, its interesting combat system and its generous content. Check out our videos of the PS4 version to see if you can go past the forementioned problems to enjoy the game.
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