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Remember Final Fantasy XV‘s bizarre-looking pinball spinoff? Of course you do. Announced by Square Enix back in March, Justice Monsters Five is a free-to-play app that’s now available to download for iOS and Android devices:
Players join the Justice Monsters – Bomb Bro, Casanova Coeurl, Fab Flan, and Lamiana – in the struggle to save the Nova Galaxy from the diabolical Lord Vexxos. Using simple touch and flick controls, engage in exhilarating battles, unleash special attacks, and recruit and train new monsters to fight for justice and defeat the forces of evil.
Final Fantasy XV’s main character, Noctis, is a big fan of Justice Monsters Five, and any player who can’t tear themselves away from Square Enix’s next big RPG will also be able to try out the minigame by visiting any Crow’s Nest Diner in the game after its November 29th launch.
Justice Monsters Five will also be released for Windows 10 devices later this Fall.
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The final piece of the Final Fantasy XV transmedia experience is Justice Monsters Five, a pinball game for mobile devices (iOS, Android, and Windows 10).
According to Square Enix, Justice Monsters Five is the favorite pastime of Final Fantasy XV’s main character, Noctis. In fact, he loves Justice Monsters Five so much that Final Fantasy XV players will even be able to man the flippers themselves during breaks in the RPG’s story on the PS4 and Xbox One. In the middle of a war, Noctis somehow finds time for pinball.
Thankfully, in the real world, the mobile version of Justice Monsters Five won’t require players to dodge a warzone. The pinball game will “combine role-playing elements with some of the franchise’s most iconic monsters” and the first trailer has been embedded above.