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Unlock 'Final Fantasy XV' Characters in Latest 'Final Fantasy: Record Keeper' Event

We absolutely loved Squeenix's Final Fantasy: Record Keeper [Free] when it was first released in 2015. If you've never played it, they basically released a free to play Final Fantasy game that is packed to the brim with fan service. In fact, it'd be pretty accurate to describe the game as fan service wrapped around
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