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” I played it on Play Station VR, and while it’s neat seeing the Final Fantasy XV world of Eos in virtual reality, it failed to reel me in.
Throughout Monster of the Deep, Meldacio Hunter HQ sends you on missions to take care of a pesky aquatic daemon problem that’s been cropping up all over the land.
The fishing and combat both feel tedious and repetitive.
You get one weapon upgrade about halfway through, but it operates the same way as your previous one.
In boss fights, the daemon’s health bar sometimes blocks your view, covering projectiles that are coming your way.
Control prompts (such as “Press triangle to go to the menu”) and text boxes will stick to the screen and take a moment to disappear.
Awful user interface The UI keeps getting in the way.Once I’d experienced my first fish explosion and got over how thirsty all of the Final Fantasy XV characters were being, Monster of the Deep just felt like a chore.It doesn’t have a story, which would be fine if the mechanics were on point.Sometimes FFXV’s mechanic, Cindy, drops by and works on your car without any real reason for doing so.
You can also participate in tournaments and play using free mode, in which you fish for however long you want.
The premise is delightful and cheesy in a way that I can’t get over.