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Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV

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This time, we review the newest of the Final Fantasy XV films; Kingsglaive Final Fantasy XV.

Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV



Development History


Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV is a 2016 computer animated fantasy anime film directed by Takeshi Nozue, written by Takashi Hasegawa, and produced by good ole Hajime Tabata. The film was developed by Visual Works, Square Enix’s CGI studio. The film is obviously connected to the Fabula Nova Crystallis subseries, and is meant to get everyone ready for Final Fantasy XV. Kingsglaive was created as part of the multimedia rollout of Final Fantasy XV. The film began production in 2014 by the same team that brought us Advent Children. Kingsglaive uses discarded stuff from the original story, while creating a separate experience and plot. Square Enix brought in multiple external studios into complete the project in time.




The story takes place on the world of Eos. This planet is divided into multiple nations that each once held magical crystals. Sound familiar?! The kingdom of Lucis is currently the only nation that still has a crystal. They use it to defend themselves via a gigantic magic barrier. The crystal holds special powers, ie magic, and is only accessible through the Ring of the Lucii, which is passed down from monarch to monarch. Recently, the militaristic empire of Niflheim has been conquering nearby nations, and is currently at war with Lucis. Lucis is protected by the Kingsglaive, an elite unit that uses the royal family’s magic powers. Kingsglaive starts out with King Regis accepting terms of peace from Niflheam. Regis must cede the territories around the crown city Insomnia to Niflheim, and marry prince Noctis to Lunafreya, the former princess of Tenebrae. Another place that we have no context of? lol.


REMIX: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dsPNQQQSVKc

One thought on “Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV

  1. DissapointedFan says:

    For a show called Uktimate Final Fantasy you guys obviously really had a bad time with this movie.. I understand that you guys are very passionate about movies but your review was way more about you guys flexing your movie knowledge and less about your love of final fantasy.. You have this review way backwards.. As a fan of the show and the movie I was anxiously waiting for your review so we could all discuss and prep for FF15 but I feel like all you did was make fun of and nit pick stupid things.. JOE TALKING ABOUT NOCTISS ASS IS PRIME EXAMPLE.. We’re all trying to get hyped for the game and I just wanted to delve into what they’ve introduced, and reimagined in the series as well as just geek out on everything FF in FF15 but instead it was an hour review just hating on the movie and in the end you mentioned like twice u thought the action was cool.. I appreciate movies and your knowledge and passion for them but not in a podcast about how we all love FF

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