Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth Developers Talk the Meaning of 'Rebirth,' Returning Characters, and More

IGN: "With a brand new Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth trailer revealing the release date is imminent (February 29), we here at IGN naturally are full of questions about this next installment in the trilogy of games remaking and essentially rewriting the original classic. So we did the only thing that made sense: we peppered the game's developers with these questions, and brought the answers back to you."

Babadook767d ago (Edited 67d ago )

Great info. Nice to get clues on how close the story holds to the OG. Nice details on tracking, acquiring, and breeding chocobos, and their abilities also.

This is one of the very few "day 1" games for me this gen.

KwietStorm_BLM67d ago

There's no single game I want more right now. They've really been handling this remake with care, and it's the closest thing to reliving that experience again for the first time. All due respects to the RE remakes.

shinoff218367d ago (Edited 67d ago )

I'll be honest I thought for awhile square was gonna pull a , when you travel to the next town pick that town off a list. Atleast from the trailer it looks more like the og traveling wise I believe. Really looking forward to this. Hope that made sense

KwietStorm_BLM67d ago

Not sure I know what you mean. Like selecting areas from a list instead of actually traversing the map? Because that would suck.


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Dredge The Pale Reach DLC Review

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