Fairy Tail's Hiro Mashima Already Beat FFXV
posted on by Lynzee Loveridge
Square Enix's Final Fantasy XV role-playing game dropped in Japan on Tuesday, prompting excited fans to download and marathon through the game as soon as possible. Fairy Tail manga creator Hiro Mashima was no exception. He wrote on Twitter that he was counting down the hours until the game was available. He also mentioned the benefit of being self-employed, in this case.
FF15まであと4時間!明日は休むと自分で決められる自営業の素晴らしさ!— 真島ヒロ (@hiro_mashima) November 28, 2016
Just 36 hours after the game was released, Mashima updated Twitter again to announce that he'd beaten the game.
FF15クリアー!歴代FFの曲たくさん聞けるの嬉しいね。アプデでチョコボ中もミュージック聞けるようにならないかなぁ。— 真島ヒロ (@hiro_mashima) November 30, 2016
Final Fantasy XV launched on Tuesday, November 29 outside Japan after a delay. The game has a Deluxe Edition, which comes with a steelbook case, a copy of the Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV film, and three DLC items, including: a Royal Raiment outfit, a Masamune weapon, and a Platinum Leviathan recoloring of the Regalia vehicle. The Deluxe Edition is available for pre-order for US$89.99.
The Collector's Edition includes all the items in the Deluxe Edition, but also adds a 192-page art book, an Play Arts Kai figure of Noctis, a soundtrack that includes music from the game as well as the Brotherhood: Final Fantasy XV anime and the Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV film, a copy of the Brotherhood: Final Fantasy XV anime, and four additional items, including: a Travel Pack, Camera Kit, Angler Set, and Gourmand Set. The Collector's Edition retails for US$269.99.
Square Enix is also offering a Digital Premium Edition of the game that includes the downloadable version of the game and the Season Pass for six upcoming DLC. The Digital Premium Edition retails for US$84.99.
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