Final Fantasy VII remake is a dramatic game with one or two silly beats. The new DLC episode starring young Wutai ninja Yuffie Kisaragi is a silly side mission that stays carefree until the bitter end. It’s the perfect one FFVII Remake Intergrade Hunter.
What is inside FFVII remake intergrade?
in the FF7R episode INTERmissionAs Square Enix puts it, 16-year-old ninja prodigy Yuffie Kisaragi and her partner / subordinate Sonon Kusakabe Midgar infiltrate allegedly “ultimate matter” for their nation, Wutai. Although the two collaborate with the eco-terrorist insurgent group Avalanche during their mission, they specifically do not work with the Avalanche “splinter cell”, which includes Barrett, Tifa and Cloud. At the start of the DLC mission, Yuffie is warned not to interact with the main characters in the game. And should you try to storm Tifa Lockhart’s bar Seventh Heaven, the group’s secret headquarters, Yuffie will be physically displaced by invisible forces.
Who is yuffi
In the original Final Fantasy VII, Yuffie is an optional character who doesn’t meet with the main group until they leave Midgar, so meeting the team beforehand would destroy the continuity that the remake is trying to establish. As such, Yuffie and Sonon spend their brief time in town doing their own thing while the dramatic events surrounding Cloud and her friends unfold around them.
When you don’t fight others Fort Condor With players participating in the DLC’s colorful tower defense mini-game or a handful of side quests, Yuffie’s main mission is short and sweet. First, she and Sonon must acquire a pair of fake IDs to make it to Shinra headquarters. To do this, they must trace their contact through the Sector 7 industrial area and fight the Shinra forces that are chasing him along the way. From there it’s on to Shinra HQ itself, where several familiar faces from a few different ones Final Fantasy VII Games make life difficult for the ninjas.
For a character who is only playable for three and a half hours (excluding mini-games and side quests), Yuffie is a pretty well crafted fighter. With her massive ninja stars, she can fight enemies with physical attacks at close range or she can cast her star and cast ninja magic from afar. Their mate Sonon isn’t playable, but they mate and synergize when fighting together, performing stronger team-up versions of Yuffie’s normal ninja magic. Both fighters are ridiculously quick, and if Ramuh is re-summoned, enemies might as well forget to see their families again.
Yuffie’s greatest strength, however, isn’t her magic or her ninja skills: it’s her cheerful nature, feasibility approach, and clumsy, mischievous charm that guides her through her Midgar mission. I want to cheer as she dramatically confronts Shinra soldiers near the main pillar holding Sector 7 and recites an obviously well-trained speech intended to frighten the hearts of her enemies, even though I know she is about to fall on her ass.
The cast of the DLC, both recurring characters from the actual remake and the new ninja, give everything to these goofy performances. Suzie Yeung is irresistibly charming as Yuffie, the teenage ninja with an unwavering loyalty to her clan and a hatred for the planet-poisoning Shinra. Aleks Les Sonon endures his younger commander’s antics with grace and serenity, never allowing the silly things she does to be anything but brilliant theatricality designed to distract enemies. You make a wonderful team.
The other start team for this downloadable content is the Square Enix music team, who have outdone themselves with some of the new tracks introduced for this little piece of content. There are at least three original songs for a side quest with a bar called The Happy Turtle, each a different take on the theme of the house. One is a happy jingle. Another is a bright pop song. The third one is basically death metal. “Come out, come out, come out, come out of your shell / party, party, party, party, all night, in the Happy Turtle.” I never get that out of my head. Damn it, I just found another one.
“You and I are nice and easy-going, on our trip / life will be so great in the Happy Turtle.” It is wonderful.
Not everything about the Yuffie DLC mission is light and fluffy. Towards the end there are some difficult passages that I don’t want to mention, as well as a slightly expanded epilogue to the main game. What I’m saying is that there are more reasons to play through the new episode than carefree fun. It’s just that carefree fun is a very big part of it.
It’s great to see Yuffie spend some time in the spotlight. With this DLC, Square Enix has moved them from an optional supporting character, almost cut out of the original game, to an integral part of the Final Fantasy VII Redo the saga. I can’t wait to see more of her whenever that might happen.
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