Final Fantasy XV: non solo una questione di voti.
Dopo molti anni di attesa, siamo ora alla notte prima degli es… no, alla notte prima dell’uscita di Final Fantasy XV! Siamo certi che molti di voi in realtà avranno già una copia per le mani. In molti negozi il D1 infatti sembra non essere stato rispettato.
Ad ogni modo, come se l’è cavata l’ultima fatica Square-Enix con la critica internazionale? Vi riportiamo qui sotto i risultati e il commento finale delle recensioni. Ovviamente vi invitiamo a leggerle per intero per farvi un’idea del contenuto.
Se avete già per le mani il titolo, siete d’accordo con le opinioni dei recensori?
Eurogamer – No Score
In chasing that scale the bigger picture can sometimes get a little obscured, but importantly Final Fantasy 15 retains that love of smaller stories, the ones that often prove to be so much more memorable.
Gamespot – 8/10
While it’s safe to assume fans and outsiders will find some aspect of Final Fantasy XV disappointing–be it the shallow story or finnicky Astrals–it would be hard for anyone to deny that Final Fantasy XV is a fascinating game after giving it a chance. Where its characters fail to impress, Final Fantasy XV’s beautiful world and exciting challenges save the day.
US Gamer – 4/5
Stick with it even if you find yourself rolling your eyes at the opening hours: You may be surprised by how much you end up enjoying yourself.
Kotaku – No Score
Another grand adventure, another gang of worthy heroes; another tale of crystals and magic and betrayal and love, all beautiful melodies and lush scenery and the finely honed complexity of carefully choreographed combat.
Game Informer – 8.5/10
It succeeds and struggles in finding its unique stance, but a few problematic designs don’t hold it back from being a hell of a journey. Just days after playing it, I find myself reflecting on it fondly.
Destructoid – 9/10
In a way it’s silly that Square spent 10 years making this, and it feels like a really shiny version of something it would have actually made 10 years ago. While a complete overhaul of the genre would certainly suit someone’s needs, XV suits mine just fine.