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Final Fantasy XV: Episode Ignis

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Available on:PlayStation 4Dec 13, 2017
Xbox OneDec 13, 2017
PCDec 13, 2017
Xbox Series X/SNov 10, 2020
PlayStation 5Nov 12, 2020

Publisher: Square Enix

Genre: RPG

An original episode told from the perspective of Ignis. With Altissia in ruins after the Trial of Leviathan, Ignis faces the Niflheim Empire to protect Noctis at all costs. Joining him along the way is Ravus, high commander of the Niflheim Empire, who is determined to rescue his sister Lunafreya. Featuring fast-paced battles and multiple endings, it is finally time to learn about the untold events that transpired during one of the most dramatic moments in FINAL FANTASY XV.

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Square Enix recognized its failures from the first two DLCs and was able to address some of them in Episode Ignis. It doesn't entirely redeem the season pass, but it is worth picking up piecemeal for five bucks, or as part of the eventual Game of the Year edition. With the last season pass story add-on out, the cycle of Final Fantasy XV is complete.

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7 / 10

Despite one-button battles and ridiculous length, Episode Ignis is the best DLC for Final Fantasy XV with an excellent story, beautiful music, great dynamics and touching scenes, where title character portraited much better than in the main game.

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Final Fantasy XV: Episode Ignis is the most impactful character episode yet, and it's easily the most essential. Those already invested in Final Fantasy XV should find a lot to like in terms of additional story elements, and Ignis' flashy, fast, and fluid fighting style keeps enemy encounters engaging. Here's hoping that future episodes build upon what this latest scenario gets right.

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Easily the best DLC episode for Final Fantasy XV, although not without its blemishes.

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