World of Final Fantasy
Cute, with a battle system that has more depth than it lets on, but the game's tone gets rather irritating.
Billed as a grand, lavish piece of fan service, this is as much a tribute to Pok'mon's charms as those of the series whose name it bears.
World of Final Fantasy is a humorous adventure that is just too cute for words, but its combat and exploration aren’t diverse enough to support a campaign nearly as long as this one. However, I did enjoy it for a long time - more than 30 hours - before it wore out its welcome.
The fan service is off the scale, in terms of the number of returning characters and references, but importantly this is also a fun and unique role-player in its own right.
World of Final Fantasy's opening hours show a lot of promise for fans and newcomers alike, but the longer you spend with it, the more its lack of depth becomes apparent.
The story is awful, but the fun of collecting monsters – along with a flood of fan service makes the narrative worth enduring
World of Final Fantasy brings originality to the franchise when it can get past all the nostalgia
World of Final Fantasy’s cute character moments can only offset its various frustrations for so long.
A trip back to Final Fantasy's roots with many of the friends and enemies we've made along the way