Final Fantasy XV’s in-game pinball is now available for mobile devices.
Playing as Bomb Bro, Casanova Coeurl, Fab Flan, Grim Gargoyle and Lamiana – who make up the Justice Monsters Five – the game combines pinball with various role-playing elements and features some of the franchise’s most iconic monsters.
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To mark the launch of this latest Final Fantasy XV
marketing exercise spin-off , Square Enix is giving out in-game items including Golden Orbs and daily login rewards from now until 25th September, 2016.
The game is now available for free on iOS and Android devices but don’t fret Windows 10 user, the game will be coming to your device in the near future.
Justice Monsters Five will also be fully playable at the Crow’s Nest Diner in the full release which launches worldwide for the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 on 29th November, 2016.
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