Visitors play Final Fantasy XV, a video game published by Square-Enix at the Paris Games Week, a trade fair for video games in Paris, France, October 26, 2016. Reuters/Benoit Tessier

“Final Fantasy XV” greets gamers with a screen that reads “A ‘Final Fantasy’ for fans and first-timers.” Square Enix somehow delivers greatly on this promise by mixing in all the classic elements of the franchise with all the promise of tomorrow.

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As IGN reported, however, it is not a graceful partnership between the old and the new that some players might expect from the game. Instead, it is a somewhat conflict -- a pull -- between these two time periods. The duality of the title nevertheless makes the entire experience a notable one, especially because of the four main protagonists, their friendship and their story.

The game is, essentially, not one of romance and war. Instead, it is the bond between Prince Noctis, Gladiolus, Ignis and Prompto that give “Final Fantasy XV” the heart that it deserves. The battle between kingdoms does not fully materialise until near the end of the game. Furthermore, its romantic element does not complete a picture as much as Squall and Rinoa in “Final Fantasy XIII.”

Kotaku also reported that the game is a little disconnected and is essentially made up of two parts. The first is a road trip of sorts that is quickly followed by a 180 degree turn. But it works. The entire framework is successful because of the main characters and the game’s combat system.

For players that do want another tastes of the "Final Fantasy" franchise, the game does hold a number of elements that are clear and true. Gamers can race on chocobos and the title also has Phoenix Downs, crystals, summons and plenty of references to the older chapters. And like its predecessors, “Final Fantasy XV” has an amazing soundtrack.

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“Final Fantasy XV” is the latest addition to one of Square Enix’s most beloved franchises. It will be officially released in the United States on Nov. 29. However, the game is already available for pre-order on EB Games Australia.

Watch the extended cut of the "Final Fantasy XV" trailer