What is really going on in the much-hyped preview shown during this year’s expo? The Guardian carry out a forensic analysis.
It is telling us that this game will be awesome just like FF7 was when it was released in the PS1 days. Day one whenever this one hits the PS4! The developer better not mess with its combat system though.
The trailer try to "warn" us that this remake that everyone & their mom wanted to happen might not be what we asked for in the end, so better keep your expectations low to avoid a huge disappointment later because we are talking for Nomura here... just with this guy in the leading chair there is so many things that can go wrong, like for example @Rookie_Monster this thing you said about the combat system...
I hope they keep the mechanics but improve the graphics, cutscenes and everything else visually
I think it'll have gameplay of FF15, with some Crisis Core elements like more materia, therefore will be open-world'ish, which will alter stages layout and such. Or quite the contrary, it'll be a visual copy paste job with the same mechanics.
People don't understand that this is not a remaster, it is a remake. Things are subject to change. But typical gamers will complain about whatever those things are, no matter how good they might be.
It can't play like final fantasy 15, its final fantasy 7 so it has to play like final fantasy 7. They can make some tweaks, but they can't just make some other game...
Highly doubt that. Agh, I see this trailer as "Everythings gonna be different". Also Nomura said they can't just change graphics. What would be the point.
That's what people have been asking for, improve the graphics and animations... If they try and "fix" the game it will be a disaster.
Probably that its Final Fantasy VII and its being remade.....
It's possible... http://ryanstraight.com/blo...
Man i really love the dark vibe in the trailer!
the trailer is telling us they want our money... nothing more, nothing less
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