It might be a bit hard to spot, but if you listen closely you can recognize some familiar sounds.It personally didn't to me, but I'll give the trailer another listen xD
*wipes sweat* Phew, thought I was the only hearing it. It sounds more melancholic and somber than the original, but I guess it fits more with XV`s atmosphere. I am curious to hear the whole track. Gilgamesh also, at least from the small bit we saw, seems more serious than in FFV. I guess that too fits more with XV`s theme, but it would be cool if along the way he turns to the familiar silly fella that cracks jokes. Also I am really expecting him to grow more arms and grab more weapons as the fight goes on.That's exactly what it was lol!
Dread Behemoth was a bitch to beat....and I'm only level 99. All I can say is keep moving, keep healing, keep putting Ignis enhancement on Noct. I personally had the 100% exp meal on from Altissa which I think had a stat boost too which helped a lot. I think putting high resistance to ice necessary on would help since he does a cold blast like every 2 minutes....the Zwill blades are pathetic....they are suppose to be the best weapon in the game but they are garbage against him. I do around 200hp of damage give or take without Ignis enhancement. I guess I could take the ribbin off and give my self something for strength instead since Dread Behemoth doesn't seem to do any status effects on you. He just likes to kill us in 1 hit lol well I guess the hunt ends Monday? Can't wait for the next almost impossible hunt. LOL
2 adamantoise would be cool to see....but it'd probably crash the game XD
Man, I may be late but finally got this game.
It's been a lot of fun; I can't wait to find out what goes on and such. Right now trying to get the car back.
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The final dungeon enemies aren't too hard if you're well above Lv. 60. I managed to fend them, but only after clearing the game, since I wouldn't even bother to confront them.
I personally think this game could bump up to 7.5, 8 / 10 with the DLC content.
Just beat the Event Snakes. Not too bad. If your lvl99 like me you should beat them with no problem. I still had to use hi potions here and there. I think I just finished it for the 2nd or 3rd time. Only because I had to do somerthing else before going over there today to fight them. *sigh* those secret door caves are so time consuming....
Soooo... I've earned all the trophies a couple of weeks ago. I'm still not sure if I should bother to do all the secret doors or not. I've done about half of them and I find them to be really boring to be honest. The 100 floor dungeon sounds like a nightmare...
So is it really worth it or is it just a waste of time?
I watched game play videos on the lvl 140 Dread Behemoth (since I missed it). I pray for all the princes killed during that event.
Have the details from the Episode Gladio fact sheet:
FINAL FANTASY® XV EPISODE GLADIOLUS
Availability: Xbox Games Store, PlayStation®Store
Pricing: $4.99 (Season Pass also available for $24.99)
Release: March 28, 2017
Future DLC: Episode Prompto (Scheduled for June)
Episode Ignis (Release TBD)
Multiplayer Expansion: Comrades
After losing to the enemy high commander Ravus, Gladiolus is forced to swallow a bitter pill and face the limitations
of his own strength. In order to travel with the Chosen King, he realizes he must also possess a comparable level of
power in order to protect him. In the ancient ruins that were found in the Kingdom of Lucis 30 years ago, the spirits
of heroes that once served the king await the next generation of warriors.
Gladiolus parts ways with his entourage and meets up with Cor, the sole survivor of the trials. Now, with his mentor
at his side, Gladiolus sets out to challenge the Shield of the Founder King: the Blademaster, Gilgamesh.
Uncover the story told through Gladiolus’s perspective
- While FINAL FANTASY XV focuses on the bond between Noctis and his friends, Episode Gladiolus allows
players to find out what happened when Gladiolus leaves the party.
New exhilarating action battle that matches Gladiolus’s character as the King’s Shield
- While the main game's system was designed around Noctis and his mobility to warp and dodge enemy
attacks, Gladiolus fights by blocking and counterattacking with the new “Valor” and “Rage” system.
- Players can access a new area that was previously not accessible in the main game.
- Obtain special items that can be carried over to the main game
- By completing the episode, players can obtain special items that cannot be acquired from the main game.
New gameplay modes
- In addition to the main episode, two additional gameplay modes, “Score Attack” and “Final Trial” are
available upon completing the episode. These modes offer an added challenge and high replay value for the