Final Fantasy VII Remake falls just short of perfection, but it’s clearly one of the best RPGs to release so far and is definitely a contender for RPG of the year. I’ll go as far to say that this is one of the most important RPG projects of our generation, and I do think everyone, fan of the original or no, should experience it.
Final Fantasy VII Remake is undoubtedly among the best of 2020. The first part of this remake meets every expectation, beyond its technical problems, and we are already hyped of what is to come. I dare say that it is one of the best installments in the series so far and I hope that this will become a new quality standard for Square Enix.
Final Fantasy VII is an ambitious retelling that updates its systems and story for the modern era. The new battle system is fantastic and does a superb job of blending strategy and action. Additional stories and character moments are appreciated, and the way each character is portrayed is perfect. Some technical aspects could be better, but if future installments maintain this trajectory, we can all rest easy.
Final Fantasy VII Remake brilliantly recreates the events of Midgar in a breathtaking way. Even though there's no denying just how amazing of an experience it is, the adventure within will still leave fans wanting much more.
Final Fantasy VII Remake is a deep, dense and strong invitation to rediscover an all-time classic, thanks to a new three dimensional approach of the vast city of Midgar. The game fills up so many gap, deepens the plot, and sometimes takes way too much time to take us from point A to point B. But thanks to a strong and evolving combat system, new looks of iconic characters and a brilliant work of reorchestration of Uemtasu's score. If only it could have gone just a little further.
Final Fantasy VII Remake manages to balance the introduction of new concepts with faithfully recreations of the original game’s most memorable aspects, but it also unnecessarily pads out this first installment in a larger story with too much downtime between its most striking moments.
i'm not so crazy bout this game, this is the first part that I went through in the whole series, and it turned out to be a remake of a very old game (the game is very good as a remake), but whatever one may say, this is an old game design, where the story is not crazy, fighting the system got boring by the half of the game (by the way, in my understanding the game is very long), and at the same time the side quests are terrible,
but the game definitely has its perks.
Game was insulting and childish. WHAT WAS SQUARE ENIX THINKING? The constant hand holding, the goofy cut scenes every 5 mins was a huge barrier in enjoying this game. I was expecting a literal 1:1 scene remake the entire way through. The story is there, now us Millennials who enjoyed this game while young, we wanted a good remake of this story. I'm morbidly disappointed in FF7 Remake. I love Final Fantasy so much I'm still wiling to support and buy their games, but gone are the days of great story telling and adventure. I recently got the PS5, played Elden Ring while waiting for this game. Elden Ring was just mind blowing and PHENOMENAL! I was gobsmacked with the great graphics and great LoTR style story. Ecstatic to get FF7 Remake, playing it, realizing it's some episodic style of gameplay, Wedge is cringy as hell just hearing that voice is painful, the graphics are just OK. I was so disappointed. And NO OPEN WORLD???? Square Enix, the next one better stay faithful to the story and have an open world, or it will be a flop. The top head wigs at Square are so unbelievably out of touch. That being said, I'll still buy the FF7 Remake Part 2. I hope the guys designing this game can TAKE A HINT AND TAKE OUR REVIEWS SERIOUSLY!
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