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Topic: Final Fantasy XV

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NEStalgia

@Dezzy That definitely sounds awesome and makes me definitely want to wait to play until all the DLC is out. (Great, I've bought the game thrice now....and I still have to buy more of it. ) That's ok, I can always slot Persona 5, NNK2, DQXI, WoFF, Deus Ex MD, ME Andromeda, Nier Automata, Ys 8, Witcher 3, Skyrim, Dragons Dogma, or one of the other half dozen RPGs in my backlog for the next year until they're done making FFXV. If they make a happy ending version I can forgive them for 3 years of post release develoment.

I just want to know if I can buy a season pass for it (again?) or if I have to buy each individually.

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PikPi

I honestly don't know why they would want to change the ending. I know it's mostly just for fun, but the original one is the perfect amount of bitter sweet. I feel like changing that is cheap. Not everything needs to end in a cliche "happy" way.

PikPi

NEStalgia

@PikPi For an art/film perspective I agree. It's just with a game that takes so much time and associating so much energy into living these people's lives, to me it always feels unrewarding when it was all for nothing or sacrificial. If I slogged through 80 hours of questing at least let me feel like there's a reward for it. Leave Shakespeare for the stage. AN 8-10 hour action adventure I'd feel differently. But for a big RPG it's just such a let-down when it's a sad ending. I understand artistically why it's a thing, absolutely, but personally I really like the idea that I have the power to control the outcome, I can make the ending happy if I do it right etc. Living a hopeless tragedy is.....too much like real life....

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Dezzy

@PikPi

Yeah I wish they wouldn't change it either. The ending for the game was already a satisfying conclusion. They could've spent all of that extra time adding more to the main game, like making Niflheim explorable.
I just hope most the Luna episode takes part in the same timeline so that it makes sense with either ending.

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PikPi

@NEStalgia Honestly, I struggle to even find the original ending as sad. It wasn't "and they all lived happily ever after" but it most definitely also wasn't "the world is sad and hopeless"

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