Final Fantasy XV: A New Empire

Final Fantasy XV: A New Empire

By Epic Action LLC

  • Category: Games
  • Release Date: 2017-06-28
  • Current Version: 3.28.104
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 142.28 MB
  • Developer: Epic Action LLC
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 29,149 Ratings

Description

Build. Defend. Rule. Join Alexis Ren in Final Fantasy XV: A New Empire! Be the hero of your own Final Fantasy XV adventure in the brand new mobile strategy game Final Fantasy XV: A New Empire! Build your own kingdom, discover powerful magic, and dominate the realm alongside all of your friends! Do you have the courage to fulfill your destiny? Journey through vast kingdoms, gather magical resources, and build the strongest Empire in Final Fantasy history! - Experience your very own FFXV adventure on your mobile phone - Jump into the action with Noctis, Cindy, and all of your favorite FF15 characters - Fight alongside friends and against foes in legendary battles against millions of players from around the world! - Build up your Empire and train your troops to win in action packed, real-time battles - Create the ultimate Guild or join up with already-powerful forces - Strategize with your guild to crush enemies and beasts in real-time battles - Compete for the Crystal against players from all over the world An open world with no rules: only magic. Will your magic grow or do you stand to be defeated? Embark on your own Final Fantasy XV mobile adventure alongside Alexis Ren. Your legend starts now in the new MMORPG: Final Fantasy 15: A New Empire.

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Reviews

  • Final fantasy fan

    5
    By slimmjimm007
    Very interesting
  • Money pit

    1
    By Ugh45925380
    Don’t waste your time or money. You can’t participate in the game without spending hundreds of dollars. Starts off easy enough, then you realized you made a huge mistake... please don’t make the same mistake....
  • Good game, ruined by greed

    2
    By Chaosadf3
    Let’s be realistic, we live in the times of micro transactions and pay to play. But few games take pure greed as far as this one. It’s not the 99$ for some random package, it’s the false advertising prevalent in this game. You buy a package advertising X, you get one that gives you X, but only if Y and Z happen. And of course, there’s no mention of any conditions when you buy. It’s the “chance” of something happening with your hero. And all game support will ever do, is nicely telling you that your “feedback has been received “.
  • I just getting this for Animoji.

    2
    By The trafic beat
    I would rate 5 but no...
  • Not fun anymore

    1
    By KMRose13
    When i started playing it was a blast farming and fighting. Now the developers are just money hungry. They want you to buy packages which in some cases is the only way to protect yourself or level up. To keep those busy who've spent $$$ they create realm wars or RvR where realms fight each other or other special events that give points to high level empires (read money purses) who prey on the smaller empires. Sadly in the “events” the people with high level empires will hunt lower levels down and burn and kill them. It isnt fun anymore unless you have a lot of money to spare. Dont waste youre time.
  • From bad to worse

    1
    By D e s t i n y
    While I have been dissatisfied with this game from the start, it has grown much worse over time and now I'm strongly considering quitting altogether. Being a very big FFXV fan, I was extremely excited when I heard about the development of a mobile game. I followed its development the best I could and downloaded it as soon as I heard it had launched. Essentially, I've been a player since the very beginning. I wasn't especially pleased when I saw the style the game was, but it was okay. The nice part about empire games is that they're relatively passive, and I don't mind passing games to supplement the more active ones I play. And I'd actually never played in empire game before this point, so it was novel for me, at least. But there was an issue that bothered me from the start. Sure, the game is littered with advertisements asking you to make purchases, but that's most games these days. The real issue is that as soon as you open the game, you're greeted with a flashing screen telling you to make an in-game purchase. Sometimes, the x in the corner is even hidden! This ad is troubling for several reasons. For one thing, you have to wait for it to load, which can be detrimental when you're opening the app because you got a notification that you were being raided or scouted. By the time the ad's loaded on my slow, rural wifi, my neighboring fortress has sometimes already attacked me, before I had an opportunity to react by protecting my resources. In a less urgent sense, it's just extremely annoying. The game has a questing system where you essentially wait for the counter to run down to receive some extra resources, and this can be anywhere from 1 minute to 3 hours. Generally, they last 3-20 minutes, though. I often turn off my screen or switch to another application as this happens and re-open the game. But every time I do this, I have to wait for the advertisement to pop up again. A diligent quester will encounter the screen at least a dozen times per day, because quests refresh every five hours and allow five quest per refresh. It's just an inconvenience. People defending the game argue that the game has to make money somewhere, but this is beyond excessive. Other games have occasional ads for in-app purchases, but they generally occupy a small space on the user interface (Love Nikki) or the pop-up is limited to once per day the matter how many times you access the app (Kingdom Hearts Unchained X). In my opinion, there is no excuse for this grossly excessive, aggressive marketing, but it's become much worse as of late and THIS is the reason I'm writing this review right now. You have to keep notifications on to play this game, because you have to know when another player is raiding your fortress. The developers have recently started using this feature more to send several event reminders every day, which is annoying, but that's still not the main issue. The real problem is that the developers have now abused this notification system and very frequently send advertisement as notifications. And it gets worse: these advertisements are often veiled as gifts. The game will be so magnanimous as to give you a new item---A chest, I knew sold your type, a new building, etc.---but you have to purchase another item in order to use it. This actually leads to another fundamental problem: This game has absolutely no growth or improvement from its state at launch unless you pay for it. The game sends you a dozen notifications about a big new improvement it's made, then you open the app only only to find you have to spend $5 to unlock it. It gets old. Like others here have complained about, the "Pay to Win" aspect of this game is horrible. I had the good fortune of being placed next to the main hive of a major guild in my realm after I used a random teleport to escape a bully at my previous location, and because of this, I'm accustomed to multiple weekly rates, sometimes coordinated. These players are extremely high-ranked and have the ability to devastate the nonpaying members such as myself. To move, I have to buy another teleport with actual money (and even if I was able to, there are so many hives like this around the realm that nowhere is relatively safe anyway). Even with my defenses maxed out with high-ranking traps and a decently formidable army, I still get robbed of my resources before I can build up a supply adequate to build or research something new at level 14. The P2W players take the fun out of it for those of us who don't or simply can't invest anything more than time or effort into the game. I cannot speak to the social aspect of this game, as I have not engaged in it. Realm chat is unpleasant, only ever being about sex, drugs, and (not even rock 'n' roll!) insulting people, and the only direct communication I've ever had with other players is unsolicited threats to my fortress from the P2P players. Otherwise, my inbox is filled with unnecessary notifications about my gold investment, supplemented by popup iPhone notifications with the most atrocious sound I've ever heard come out of my phone. Lastly, another complaint I've seen a lot is how scant its ties to FFVX are, and I agree. Most players were attracted to this game because of its link to FFXV, yet you can barely tell it's part of the FF universe at all. Yes, the main hero is Noctis and there are some FFXV monsters to fight, and yes, there are a few chocobos mulling about your fortress. That's about it. Occasionally, when there is a new feature (which you'll have to pay for), other characters, like Gladio or Luna, will popup to explain it; and sometimes, a character like Cor may give you a chest or other gift---but you'll have to pay to open it anyway. The game ads new heroes, like Prompto---but he'll be grayed out and unavailable to you until you purchase an item to unlock him. Essentially, you can pay to increase the link of this game to FFXV, but I'd argue it's weak. This game is an incredibly lazy reskinning of another.
  • Expensive

    1
    By Nurseashley122385
    Good game, but all of the packages for resources are $50-$100. That's ridiculous!! No options for small bundles for less cost.
  • Not that bad

    3
    By DAN MACKIE 11
    I like it a little.I don’t like that u have too wait for it to upgrade in the game I am inpatient.XD
  • Another GOW

    1
    By Marotin1980
    Looks exactly like GOW but with better graphics. Same boring gameplay which requires you to pay to win. Most 5 star reviews are most likely by people who workforcompany. Beware - dont download based on review, its a pay to win game. Problem is you pay to win really nothing. They will release newer researches down the line in a never ending cycle. So essentially its a pay to stay competitive for now game.
  • Convoluted, confusing and shallow

    1
    By Smacker117
    The combat is non-existent, this game consists entirely of timers and menus, with no strategy or depth required. I kept upgrading everything wondering when I’d get to the actual gameplay, but when I finally started invading other players I discovered it was just another timer I set as my soldiers marched off to fight. When they arrived at the enemy base 15 minutes later, they poked it a few times then turned right around and marched back for 15 minutes. That was the entire battle. There are many more currencies than are necessary, everything is unnecessarily complicated, I have never been more disappointed by a game.

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