Final Fantasy Type

Type-0 certainly gets real-time combat right, but this port of an RPG that began on handheld is otherwise not much fun to play on PC.


Type-0 certainly gets real-time combat right, but this port of an RPG that began on handheld is otherwise not much fun to play on PC.


What is it Action RPG where a school seems to be at war with a nation.

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Publisher Square Enix Developer In-house/HexaDriveReviewed on AMD FX-6200 CPU, 16GB RAM, AMD Radeon HD 7870Expect To Pay $30/£đôi mươi Link Official site


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You"re also burdened with a time system that means you can only attend so many lectures or complete sidequests for other characters before the next main mission begins. There’s a time cost for completing each activity, or heading into the open world. I don’t lượt thích doing sidequests on a timer, & you can only take on one at a time, which means a lot of backtracking is required khổng lồ hoover everything up. The idea is presumably to encourage multiple playthroughs where you can catch every character interaction, but it actually turns what could’ve been a nice stoông chồng of sidequests into lớn a boring chore. Problem is, you need khổng lồ vì chưng these one-by-one just khổng lồ progress—Type-0 is a tricky game unless you’re diligent about levelling up a lot between main story missions.

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I’m not that impressed by the PC port of Type-0, either. As Durante notes in his in-depth analysis, there are plenty of graphics options here relative to the initial release of XIII on PC last year, but there are only two fixed resolution options—720p and 1080p, which is a poor effort, & it runs at a locked 30fps, too. It’s also been inconsistently remade for HD, and only looks nice in brief moments—the school looks noticeably better than other environments, and prominent characters including your buổi tiệc nhỏ have sầu been remodelled khổng lồ look modern. But some of the lesser supporting cast members & objects that appear in the world haven’t been given the same treatment, which leaves a jarring quality effect. While the lighting is more up-to-date, Type-0 is just rarely that pretty, particularly in the world bản đồ.


Square Enix is slowly getting there with moving its colossal baông chồng catalogue onlớn PC, but Type-0 does not represent Final Fantasy at its best. I think existing fans will enjoy the combat system, but I couldn’t recommend this limited action RPG to anyone as a starting point for the series.