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twintail said:
Hiku said:

Yeah, I've been considering that Vincent or Yuffie may show up in Midgar. Even more so now that President Shinra mentioned Wutai in the trailer.

I've also considered the possibility of Crisis Core elements being incorporated into Final Fantasy 7 Remake. Not necessarily Part 1 though.
But I can see some of the Zack stuff from CC appearing as flashbacks in the Remake. Both for Cloud, and Aerith.

Both of them appearing in Midgar makes like zero sense.

Shinra mentioning Wutai does make sense considering the history Shinra and Avalanche have with Wutai. Shinra took the area by force, Avalanche had a base of operations there.

I am not opposed to more of the group appearing but I highly doubt it: this is why characters like Jessie and Biggs are being expanded upon I feel, and I do think they they would not have had enough time to develop the fighting for all the characters by the time this releases

I agree with this, I don't even think we will get Red XIII in the first chapter. Most likely we will get Red and Cat Sith in chapter 2 and Yuffie, Vincent and Cid in either the same chapter or chapter 3. My biggest question is how big these following chapters will be, going by this first chapter we could end up with 5+ games xD



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As someone who was never really enthused with the original or the concept of a remake I have to give big props to SE again. Looks like they're going all in Square Enix style. You can see a lot of passion for this game in every frame. This trailer actually makes me look forward to it. I hope they'll port it to PC before they finish the series.



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think-man said:

I agree with this, I don't even think we will get Red XIII in the first chapter. Most likely we will get Red and Cat Sith in chapter 2 and Yuffie, Vincent and Cid in either the same chapter or chapter 3. My biggest question is how big these following chapters will be, going by this first chapter we could end up with 5+ games xD

You get the full line up, Cid and all by like 10 hours into the game, you can get Yuffie before Junon. I know they will have to change a lot because of progression of the story in order to split it over 3 games and all that but considering more than 50% of the story is after you get Cid and the most important parts of the story as well, it would be stupid to wait until the 3rd game to get Cid.

The way I see it is this:

- 1st game will Midgar expansion pack, 40 hours of going around Midgar shopping and dressing up (ends with Rufus fight).

- 2nd game, the actual FF7 story of the rest of disc 1 until Crator.

- 3rd game, the Weapons, meteor stuff and ending (as this is when you get Highwind, so it gives the developers time to make the Highwind and world map fully explorable, they'll probably add another Weapon miniboss or 2).

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Hmm, pie.

think-man said:
twintail said:

Both of them appearing in Midgar makes like zero sense.

Shinra mentioning Wutai does make sense considering the history Shinra and Avalanche have with Wutai. Shinra took the area by force, Avalanche had a base of operations there.

I am not opposed to more of the group appearing but I highly doubt it: this is why characters like Jessie and Biggs are being expanded upon I feel, and I do think they they would not have had enough time to develop the fighting for all the characters by the time this releases

I agree with this, I don't even think we will get Red XIII in the first chapter. Most likely we will get Red and Cat Sith in chapter 2 and Yuffie, Vincent and Cid in either the same chapter or chapter 3. My biggest question is how big these following chapters will be, going by this first chapter we could end up with 5+ games xD

im thinking they do 3 games.

But I also think we dont get everything from the original. Lesser stuff will be cut I feel, or cities will take on a smaller size compared to what they are doing with Midgar.

But I look forward to them proiving me wrong though lol



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The Fury said:
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It's been over 20 years since FF7 was released. You can bet the development team thought of a lot of things they wished they had thought of when they first made it. On top of the things they did think of, but couldn't implement the first time around.
And even things they come up with now during development isn't necessarily filler. In fact, it's likely they may not even be able to fit all the good ideas they have into the game, again.

I'm not denying that cut content couldn't be included but many people use the 'they wanted to do more' as an excuse to make a 3 part series of games for what we've played as one before. Does cut content and new ideas for Midgar extend it from 4-5 hours to 40? Midgar is the setup to FF7's main story, its not a story in itself. My fear is because they are making a 3 part thing, we will be charged for filler content and pointless extra story that doesn't mean anything because it's not FF7s story. How much extra stuff will they add/change? Will we end up with a Star Wars issue where the original maker goes back and adds pointless stuff because they couldn't do it originally.

I obviously still hate 3 part episodes of a game we all love not only because it feels they are milking us but because of how progression will work, how each iteration will go into the next, stuff like that. I mean how long do we have to wait for Cait Sith? Cid?

Wait for all games to be released and priced under 10 so you won't be charged for all that content, you'll end up paying less than the original.



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where was this square the past 15 years? This is like square soft but modern. Its mindblowing how fucking passion and care they put in this game and money.
people bitched and moan for 3 years meanwhile square was working his ass off to produce this level of quality.All i saw its perfect, all the old stuff doing in modern setting is perfect, the new stuf looks amazing like that first class soldier chasing them in a bike, look at fucking Reno ?!?!?!?!? Aeris is perfect tifa is perfect , voice acting is perfection, bosses look amazing and the summons too. Love the silly parts like cloud tranformed in a frog with sword on his back and rude helicopter the shit out of cloud xD

Cross dressing part is just crazy good.

Be prepared for a final trailer with The good boy doge next xD
Square PR dude just teased us on twitter that the best is yet to come !!!!



 

haxxiy said:
The Fury said:

I mean, I don't fully believe the 'wanted to fit a lot of things' else they would have made FF7 3 games originally. I think FF7 was made to exactly what the originally wanted. Like do they claim that about FF6? FF6 by many fans is well considered the better game and story but the developers of it never talk about it being incomplete.

That said, yeah, I expect a lot of filler. As long as it isn't just 'hunts' FF13 and 12 were filled with that.

Well, of course, when content is good enough, neither fans nor developers are going to claim they are having enough of it. Good books, series or movies merit sequels. Bad ones get edited and trimmed down to more palatable sizes, or have sudden endings slapped to them. A lot of folks moan and say, artistic vision this and that... but in fact most of people involved in these areas just want to be good and entertaining storytellers.

Also, despite the rampant internet narrative, games like FFVI or FFIX have never sold gangbusters, nor were seen as particularly rising above the tide of other similarly good RPGs. In fact, specially concerning FFVI, I've found no evidence in old magazine scans, sites etc. that this narrative is any older than the early to mid 2000s when some criticism was being leveled at the FF formula after the release of FFX and FFXI and these past titles were oportunistically "rediscovered".

No other FF game but VII has the cultural impact to ever merit this sort of expansion.

I want to say that FF7 is my favorite Final Fantasy game.  Having said that, what you are claiming about FF6 is not really true.

FF6 was the best selling RPG in the 16-bit era.  It sold about double what FF4 sold.  It also sold more than Chrono Trigger.  It sold more than Super Mario RPG.  Technically it even outsold Dragon Quest 6, because the DQ game was never released outside of Japan.  For it's time, Final Fantasy 6 was a huge deal.  It did "rise above the tide" of every other RPG of its era.  It was also authentically considered a masterpiece of it's time, with only Chrono Trigger really sometimes argued as the better game.  FF6 was a very big deal.

Now, I don't want to take away from FF7, because that is when RPGs actually became a huge deal outside of Japan.  But FF6 was a key stepping stone to that.  FF6 was the biggest console RPG ever before FF7 came along.



Y'know, I've just thought about something after watching the trailer again (For the fourth time lol)... Shinra looks pretty, well, middleaged/old, right? Isn't he only supposed to be like 25 or something? o.O



Bristow9091 said:

Y'know, I've just thought about something after watching the trailer again (For the fourth time lol)... Shinra looks pretty, well, middleaged/old, right? Isn't he only supposed to be like 25 or something? o.O

I think you confused him with his son.