Final Fantasy VII Rebirth Isn’t The Game You Expect

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It’s been two years since Square Enix released Remake of Final Fantasy VIIa modern retelling of the beloved 1997 PlayStation hit. remake was an ambitious project: a multi-part, multi-year project that brought its first full game to Midgar, the opening scene setting of the original, where most players spent a matter of hours. Now we know that the series will consist of three parts, the second of which, Final Fantasy VII Rebirth, will be next winter.

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FROM Remake of Final Fantasy VII, Square Enix was not interested in repackaging the same story in a prettier wrapper. As remake is nearing completion, shocking freedoms; the main characters written to die in the original are either saved or depicted as not being so doomed. Producer Yoshinori Kitase wanted much more “dramatic changes overall”, but game director Tetsuya Nomura and co-director Naoki Hamaguchi dissuaded him.

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Final Fantasy VII Rebirth will continue on this new, more dramatic path. Players don’t need to familiarize themselves with the original, or maybe even remakeaccording to creative director Tetsuya Nomura, “New players might even like starting them Final Fantasy VII travel With Final Fantasy VII Rebirth“.

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There’s still a lot to be learned rebirth, including the naming scheme followed by Square Enix. Nomura added that he “can’t wait to share his intention to name the first title ‘Remake’ and the second title ‘Rebirth’.” The company is still silent on what the third and final installment will be. Is this a spoiler? May be. This is very similar to Marvel’s refusal to name a name. Avengers: Endgame until it gets close to its release date.

Is there some more Final Fantasy VII on my way. Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII located remastering for PlayStation and Xbox consoles, as well as for PC and Nintendo Switch. succinctly named Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade– who introduces the ninja Yuffie in her own episode –available on Steam to date with Steam Deck compatible.

Just one last question: why doesn’t Yuffie zip up? her shorts?


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