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Watch another 30 minutes of pure gameplay in Final Fantasy 15

It helps if you speak Japanese.

Owen S. Good is a longtime veteran of video games writing, well known for his coverage of sports and racing games.

Square Enix today published 30 minutes of cinematics and gameplay from Final Fantasy 15. Press play above to see it and, if you don't speak Japanese, don't worry, all the subtitles are in Japanese, too.

NeoGAF users point out that the video is culled from both PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions of the game, which accounts for any visual disparities above. Some of this has been seen before but there are also new sequences and features shown to the viewer.

Most of the newer stuff appears to come between the 10 and 31 minute marks.

Final Fantasy 15 is due to launch Nov. 29 on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Earlier this week, director Hajime Tabata told Famitsu that the game would veer from an open-world format to a linear path about halfway through, to keep players focused on the narrative as it works toward a resolution. In all, a playthrough should sustain about 50 hours of gameplay, he said.

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