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Final Fantasy XV

Final Fantasy XV is probably the number one most anticipated game in Japan. The game is based on a science fiction/fantasy role-playing platform and was first introduced to the world in 1987. It has since grown to be a multi-platform game available on PC, consoles, and mobile phones. Final Fantasy XV is set to be released in September 2016. The creators of Final Fantasy XV want the game to be restored to its former stature. With all the hype around the franchise recently, it would be fairly accurate to confirm that the game has been restored to its glory days.

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However, fans of the franchise have more than just a game to look forward to in the near future.

Brotherhood Final Fantasy XV Anime Series

Fans won’t be left in the dust while they patiently await the release date of the game. There’s a Final Fantasy anime series that already has its first 10-minute episode available for fans. Sadly, each episode is only 10 minutes long, and there are only 5 episodes. The good news is that the franchise has released the anime for free on YouTube.

Brotherhood: Final Fantasy XV is a prequel series and reveals a bit of the background story of one of the game’s main protagonists, Noctis, and how some of the main characters have come to know each other.