Final Fantasy XV: Justice Monsters Five

The rewards you obtain by playing Justice Monsters Five depend on the number of treasure chests you manage to collect (they’re the golden rectangles that pop up in the slot-machine reels when you clear a round).

Justice Monsters Five is also available as a mobile game via the App Store and Google Play. Using the app will grant you bonuses in the FFXV version of the game and unlock a special sticker for the Regalia.

Justice Monsters Five Locations

Justice Monsters Five machines can be found in all Crows Nest Diners, and near the cafe in Altissia. The machine in Altissia costs 10,000 Gil per game, so consider it for advanced players only!

Listed below are details of prizes awarded in relation to the number of chests earned.  I believe the lists to be accurate but if I have missed anything or there is an error, drop a comment below!

Justice Monsters Five (10 Gil Machine Rewards)

Number of Treasure Chests — Reward

2 — Potion

5 — Hi-Potion

10 — Elixir

15 — Hi-Elixir

20 — Garnet Bracelet

25 — Carbon Bangle

30 — Amethyst Bracelet

35 — Titanium Bangle

40 — Mega Phoenix

45 — Sapphire Bracelet

50 — Gold Bangle

60 — Oracle Earring

70 — Ruby Bracelet

80 — Platinum Bangle

90 — Emerald Bracelet

99 — Celestriad

Justice Monsters Five (10,000 Gil Machine Rewards)

The super-deluxe JMF machine near Alessio in Altissia costs a whopping 10,000 Gil per game.  Not surprisingly, the rewards are far better than you’ll find in the regular machine.

Number of Treasure Chests — Reward

5 — Hi-Potion

10 — Mega Phoenix

15 — Ruby Bracelet

20 — Platinum Bangle

25 — Emerald Bracelet

30 — Centurion Bangle

35 — Mystic Circlet

40 — Moogle Charm

45 — Legatus Bangle

50 — Blue Diamond Bracelet

60 — Gigas Bangle

70 — Assist Suit

80 — Dark Matter Bracelet

90 — Onion Bangle

99 – Wind-up Lord Vexxos

In case you’re wondering, the game’s final reward, the Wind-up Lord Vexxos, can be sold for a whopping 500,000 Gil or used to make some intensely powerful spells in crafting.

Moogle Chocobo Event

I am currently working on a list of rewards for the machines during the Moogle Chocobo event.

90 — 40 Choco-Mog Medallions (If I remember correctly, I did this earlier today…)

 

If you have any details regarding the machine rewards during the event, please let me know so I can update the list!

Kweh!  Kupo!

Final Fantasy XV Moogle Chocobo Carnival Event

 

Final Fantasy XV patch release date is this week, bringing in the new skills of taking pictures, anytime, freely. The brand new feature of the FFXV patch is also said to roll-out the Holiday Pack, which is more popular as the Final Fantasy XV Moogle Chocobo Carnival Event.

The carnival event will start at different time zones, specifically Jan. 23 PT 5 PM or Jan. 24 1AM GMT. The Final Fantasy XV event will also run until Feb. 20, 4PM. A dedicated community was further created to cater to fans who would like to check for their region’s release date and future events.

The Final Fantasy XV Moogle Chocobo Carnival Event will be Square Enix’s first DLC after the launch. According to previous reports, the event will be free for all players, which means players who do not have the season pass can still access the event. However, season pass holders will get the benefit of getting exclusive contents.

The FFXV event, moreover, will be taking place at City of Altissia, where it will be reconstructed into a theme park with lavish decors. The Moogle Chocobo Carnival Event will be bringing over exciting Noctis outfits, new side quests, and firework displays.

During the event, Noctis will reportedly adorn his chocobo outfit. The entire City of Altissia will also be featuring photography, fishing, dancing, and machine gun firing.

Final Fantasy XV Is Best-Selling PS4 Game In December 2016

The Final Fantasy XV has been regarded as North America’s best-selling launch in history of series release.  Furthermore, it is also December 2016’s best-selling PS4 game, Game Industry reported.

In a statement, the awarding body expressed that the Final Fantasy XV was able to experience the best launch for console in the franchise history, which started in 1995. The newly released game franchise sold 19 percent new physical units than the FFXIII during its launch month. With regards to total revenue plus sales of the digital full game, it also gained 54 percent more.