Final Fantasy VII Remake Will Be Episodic
kula shakerz    2015-12-07, 10:55 am.

Square Enix has announced that the Final Fantasy VII remake will be "told across a multi-part series, with each entry providing its own unique experience".

Yoshinori Kitase said that they from the beginning considered it impossible to remake Final Fantasy VII into one single game and that they are unable to give any more details about the splitting at the moment.

Tetsuya Nomura added that they would have to remove content from the game if it had been a single release and that a full remake of the original game must be achieved.

They also revealed that since the game is based on Final Fantasy VII, elements like the ATB gauge and limit breaks will make a return but with a twist. They did however not mention the materia system.

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magus    2015-12-14, 00:14 am

This upsets me.

Just another way to ensure I buy all the things...

Oh you want to play FFVII in beautifully redone HD?! NO!!! GIVE ME ALL YOUR MONIES!!

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Brendan    2016-01-03, 21:13 pm

I could be okay with it. What worries me is that Nomura isn't a credible director anymore, in my opinion. That Square Enix handed him the keys to the kingdom with Final Fantasy VII Remake, after the debacle that was Versus XIII, is what worries me greatly. Not episodic storytelling, not expanded content, not the greater financial investment--but the leadership presented by the director.



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