In the spring of 2020, Square Enix finally realized the dream of many elites who rocked large amounts of Matrien and impregnable weapons with the release of the first part of a huge project, Final Fantasy VII Remake. Before we find out what the open sequel to the adventures of Cloud & Co. will look like, we must expect the arrival of an intergrade version and its two chapters in the form of coffee sliders that we could smell without enjoying them. The lips.
Sol la si, r si, si do si sol la si: After the melody of its own theme that hums more or less precisely (well, rather less), we eventually find the thief dead or alive for a while in Final Fantasy VII players who need magic. For those who miraculously managed to get past the Square Enix controlled communication, we should remember that the intermission EPISODE it stages will take us back to Midgar as the mission of young Kunoichi is in it insists not to steal one of these precious balls from the Shinra without dealing with the political-industrial intrigue of this gross overhaul.
As evidence of its importance in the narrative, its musical theme is here often rejected, sometimes melancholy on the piano, to present the character in a three-bar waltz in pizzicato during the exploratory phases and finally with a dynamic carried by the brass instruments when the time to fight comes. All pretexts are good to sell another soundtrack to the mlomaniacs issued, but it must be recognized that this preview is on the right line of Final Fantasy VII Remake on this point and is already wowing the Esgourdes.
First off, Yuffie displays a dexterity that stands out from Cloud and her cronies, and it is very pleasant to see her twist around, alternating body-body and throwing weapons with grace and precision. Even during the climbing phases, everything seems easier and more fluid. The beauty can even use her kunais during the exploration phases to break very classic boxes and expose objects there, although a sequence on rails reminds us of the exciting little. Throwing Moggle from Final Fantasy XIII-2 … Fortunately, our war does not enrich the narrative of the universe of Final Fantasy VII, and Square Enix is taking advantage of a country girl’s rise in the city to give him some arrows when she discovers the shallows of Midgar and the back of the postcard.
The flight of the condor
To warrant a new checkout, Square Enix also thought about the mini-game, which is doing well. Therefore, Fort Condor is the subject of a modernization: it will always be about seeing the troops from two opposing camps, but the arena tightens offers a much better overview. The strengths and weaknesses of each are also clearly visible, and like a fire emblem or a rock-paper-scissors game, the bow strikes the shield, the sword strikes the bow.
Yuffie will also be able to take advantage of her opponents’ weaknesses: to compensate for the trio or duo’s passage, the beauty can actually change her ninjutsu style, taking advantage of lightning, ice, or fire turn-turns using a simple bar from ATB. What is it that makes the clashes so interesting? This involves waiting to have the game in hand, which could allow us to gauge the pledges of the haptic feedback made last March through pieces.
Neko janai desu
The tactical options are clearly not left out as Yuffie and Sonon Kusakabe will be able to create synergies and thus trigger combined attacks.with which you can enjoy the maple leaves a little more than the beautiful drops, similar to an autumn version of the goddess Amaterasu. The trick seems to work particularly well against the Gigantipede boss that was introduced to us. Both fighters aim for the head at the right time to quickly raise the bar. If this fight reminded us too much of the fight between Cloud and Barret the Scorpion Sentinel (between the lasers, the various parts that were undone and the boss’s inaccessibility in time, everything passes), the arrival of Father Ramuh allows us Openly Called Take full advantage of elemental weakness that you yourself have guessed, like adults.
Sector 7 is definitely not going to be remade, and after the largely memorable quest to find the three kittens to wake them, Yuffie will be able to look for seven leaflets to extend the lifespan that cannot yet be estimated. The tone is supposed to be much brighter than the main adventure at the moment, as evidenced by the falls and other awkwardnesses in the introduction, and we’re excited to see how far this addition will keep us waiting a few more months before pestering the J-RPG’s gauntlet again to know the rest of the calendar.
We are waiting for it … SERENLY!
If it’s a shame to discover this game sequence in English, it’s all the more unfortunate that you didn’t get your hands on this PS5 version of Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade, so much we can’t wait to find out when this one Japanese-style bonus gives us a great opportunity to re-dive into the expanding universe of Final Fantasy VII. Will these two episodes give us new clues about the future of adventure? DualSense answer in hand on June 10th.