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How Long Does It Take To Beat Stranger Of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin?

"Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin," the third-person action game that takes place in the universe of the original "Final Fantasy" is a bit of an outlier in the series. "Final Fantasy Origin" takes the heavy third-person combat of "Nioh," and combines it with the world and mechanics of "Final Fantasy," with both games being developed by Team Ninja. Critic reviews for "Final Fantasy Origin," have been released, revealing not only how long the game is, but if it's even any good. The Metacritic is currently sitting at a 73, which is better than one of the other games it released this month "Babylon's Fall."

While "Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin" doesn't seem to be blowing anyone's socks off, it appears to be a good enough time, especially for people waiting for "Final Fantasy 16" to finally get a release date. Here's how long it takes to beat "Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin."

It takes about 25 hours to beat Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin

Based on critic reviews, it will take roughly 25 hours to complete "Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin." While much shorter than other typical JRPGs or "Final Fantasy" games, it seems like players will still be able to get a couple of dozen hours out of the game. GameSpot reviewer Phil Hornshaw spent 25 hours playing "Final Fantasy Origin," with Press-Start reviewer James Berich stating the game takes about 25 to 30 hours.

IGN also verified that the game takes about 30 hours to complete. To provide some extra context, Player2 said that playing on the game's hardest difficulty resulted in each of the 16 missions taking 1 to 2 hours, which is about the same as other outlets. The one outlier was Digital Trends, who said the game would take 10 to 15 hours to complete, almost half as long as other outlets. "Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin" releases on March 15 on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and PC.