Square Enix Answers 6 Burning Questions About Final Fantasy VII Rebirth

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gold_drake69d ago

i encourage everyone to go to Max doods twitch.

he played the demo or a portion of the game and showed it off on his twitch channel

MrNinosan67d ago

Everyone and their mother did, but yeah, Dood is one of the best when it comes to covering Final Fantasy VII content.
Also his spoilercast with Easy Allies from 3 years ago is amazing.

gold_drake67d ago (Edited 67d ago )

i cam assure you, not everyone does ha.
and no, the easy allies wasnt good

the dropped frames was miles better.

shinoff218368d ago

Can't wait for this. Just a shame about saves not carrying over.

Workshyskiver68d ago

What! So my grind to LVL 50 with max materia was for nothing :(

CrimsonWing6968d ago

I think if you look at these as sequels it makes more sense. I think the balancing between each game would be too difficult to incorporate keeping new players in mind and transferring over progress from level 50 players.

Like 13 trilogy nothing transferred over or like 10-2.

shinoff218367d ago

Workshyskiver, that's exactly my thoughts I put in some work on that front

Workshyskiver68d ago

Looking forward to it. I just hope they let us play the game a bit more rather than interrupting us every few minutes to look at something like a door opening etc.

Knightofelemia67d ago

So waste cash on the remake to find out you can't swap the save over what a waste.

MrNinosan67d ago

Other than .Hack, I can't think of other games where you can transfer your save data to the sequel.

I'm happy each game is their own, and as SquareEnix stated, they want every game in the trilogy to be enjoyable by anyone, wether they jump in on Remake, Rebirth or the third game.

Knightofelemia67d ago

Trails of Cold Steel you can And the newer Trails games that came out you can carry over your save even ME you can carry over your save.

shinoff218367d ago

Would it of been that difficult for them to allow save transfers and people fresh starts. I feel numerous games have done it. Didn't mass effect, knightoffelemia mentioned trails games, I know there's been a few others.

I'm still really really looking forward to rebirth, so it's not a deal breaker just would've been nice. They still have time maybe ? Hopefully they have a change of heart on the saves

Snookies1267d ago (Edited 67d ago )

I seriously don't get this... How is it people were expecting sava data to carry over? It was pretty obvious that wouldn't be a thing. Considering they were calling each part it's own game. In fact, if I'm not mistaken they mentioned it wouldn't happen a long time ago.

You would be way too overpowered going into Rebirth. Not to mention, by the time we got to part 3 our characters would be like level 150 or something. That's a bit overboard. Remake was a fantastic game. Not sure how you can call Remake a "waste" just because of a feature that you "thought" might happen in the future.

shinoff218367d ago

By the time I got toward the end of disc 2 og ff7 I was level 99. And?

No it wasn't that obvious at all.

Snookies1267d ago (Edited 67d ago )

@shinoff2183 - That doesn't mean that's how the game is MEANT to be played. Of course you can power level in an RPG... You're ignoring the main point of my comment. That the developers have always stated each installment is "it's own game". That's why it's obvious it wouldn't carry over. I was simply making a small point about the leveling being a bit ridiculous as an added note.

CrimsonWing6967d ago

How is playing the first part of the story a waste of cash? 🤷‍♂️

shinoff218367d ago (Edited 67d ago )


Right, it's kind of only the setup and all for the game. Naw just skip your good. Wtf who would skip it


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