Here’s an example
As promised, Final Fantasy XV will be getting Moogle doll items that can be used as decoys, alongside of a presumed legitimate encounter with the beloved creatures.
But instead of serving a nominal purpose that flashes up like a debuff, it’ll be actively involved in combat, changing the positioning of the enemies — it’s like the monkey bomb in Call of Duty‘s zombies mode. And like other objects in-game it can be destroyed or charred by spells.
While I’m not super thrilled with the combat system (it tries to be a full-on action game and then stops abruptly before crossing that line), a lot of other aspects have me excited to finish my quest (which is currently limited to five chapters).