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Final Fantasy XV - new trailer released

Author: KeenGamer
23-Dec-2014

Category: Video

Final Fantasy XV - new trailer released.

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During Jump Festa 2015 this brand new trailer includes a first-look at some of the new locations and faces that you will meet in the game.



Final Fantasy XV's demo will be available as part of Final Fantasy Type-0 HD on March 17, 2015.

A demo for Final Fantasy 15 will be available as part of the initial run of Final Fantasy Type-0 HD when it launches on March 17, 2015.



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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IQqiiZkZv3Q
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