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About The Game
Step into the fray as Class Zero, a group of students from an elite military academy whose country is attacked by an aggressive neighbouring Empire. In the brutal and harrowing struggle that follows, defeat the Empire and uncover the secrets behind the war using a range of powerful magical and combat abilities and an exciting new battle system. I’m one of the (seemingly) few people that had the luck to have played the PSP version of Final Fantasy Type-0 before having purchased this version. For this reason, my opinions might not resonate as well with some of you as with others. Bearing this in mind, I’ve come to appreciate this game for what it does well (combat and story), even in spite of what it does not do well (this list is longer). First, the graphics are going to be a sore spot for many that have played and that will play this game. The cliche argument is that, since Final Fantasy Type-0 HD is a current-gen port of a PSP game, our expectations concerning graphic fidelity must be tailored accordingly. This is true, but I don’t think it is entirely fair, either. I doubt there are as many people out there that genuinely seem to be affected by graphics as the trolls might suggest, but Square Enix has unintentionally made this issue worse than it had to be. This is because they decided to rework graphics in some areas, while leaving others indistinguishable from their PSP counterparts. This is apparent in textures, character models, etc.
Now, that doesn’t sound so bad, but when you consider the fact that changed and unchanged models and textures can appear in tandem, the difference between new and old is made more stark. The earliest example of this that I can think of occurs after the first mission, where General Qator Bashtar (with a relatively updated model) appears next to a random imperial grunt (whose model was not updated). The difference is jarring, and it casts the game in a poor light relatively early on. Now, I don’t care about graphics in the least, but to say things like this are not noticeable is a pretty ludicrous claim. Second, the gameplay. Square Enix got it right this time. I thoroughly enjoy games in the Kingdom Hearts series, but I worry that I’ll get diabetes from the sickly-sweet tone and story. Well, Final Fantasy Type-0 HD takes what the Kingdom Hearts games do right in terms of combat, and pairs it with a much more mature plot (to be discussed further down). In Final Fantasy Type-0 HD, you are given fourteen playable characters with relatively distinct archetypes ranging from slow,
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Heavy melee (Cinque and Jack) to quick melee (Machina, Seven, Eight, Rem) to quick ranged (King, Ace, Cater), to slow ranged (Trey), to buffbots (Deuce and kinda Queen) and pretty much everywhere in between. The game gives you many ways to play, and is likely to please any player that enjoys action RPGs. Combat is further augmented with Killsights and Breaksights, which leverage the game’s lock-on system to allow the player to deliver powerful attacks on opponents at certain times (usually tethered to the target’s activity. Missions are fun, and they can take place in either a pure-combat corridor style similar to some FPS games, or they can take on a more RTS-like feel in campaign missions. I’ve found both to be enjoyable, though how much enjoyment I take from the game is dependent on the mission itself. One notable improvement in this version of Type-0, as opposed to the PSP version, is that you can replay the RTS missions from the main menu. This was not possible in the PSP version, which always irked me, since I would’ve liked to have been able to replay them from time to time, as you might be tempted to do if you need to grind levels to get past a roadblock, in typical JRPG fashion. The missions themselves tend to be fairly combat-heavy, with some other objectives sometimes interspersed amidst the carnage.
- Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
- OS: Windows 10 64 Bit, Windows 8.1 64 Bit, Windows 8 64 Bit, Windows 7 64 Bit Service Pack 1
- Processor: CPU Core i3 2.5GHz
- Memory: 4 GB RAM
- Graphics: GTX560Ti or AMD Radeon 7790 mp4 [H.264]
- DirectX: Version 11
- Storage: 30 GB available space
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- Wait 5 seconds and click on the grey ‘download now’ button. Now let the download begin and wait for it to finish.
- Once the game is done downloading, right click the .zip file and click on “Extract to” (To do this you must have 7-Zip or winrar, which you can get here).
- Double click inside the FINAL FANTASY TYPE-O HD folder and run the exe application.
- Thats all, enjoy the game! Make sure to run the game as administrator and if you get any missing dll errors, look for a file named All In One Runtimes.exe run this and install it.