Koozek, all they've shown is Midgard. Hell, all they've shown is like the first hour of the game. And you expect me to believe they've somehow magically completed the entire game.
noKoozek, all they've shown is Midgard. Hell, all they've shown is like the first hour of the game. And you expect me to believe they've somehow magically completed the entire game.
I'll take the L in that I expected this would be in development hell a la KH's 12 year gap between mainline entries, but I still doubt whatever they're dating for 2020 is going to be what everyone expects. I genuinely expect this to be the "Ground Zeroes" of this remake series.
L M A O, why. Man's the epitome of style before substance. I'm sure FF7 will look pretty and the costuming will be amazing, but I'm going to hold off on assuming FF7 will be good till they show me more than just the first hour.
I'm actually kinda thankful for the leaks. Being an autistic fuckup really fucks with my head in times like these. I've already thought up over 1000 reasons why Animal Crossing (the game I want (to see) most) could've been delayed, just because we haven't seen anything of it all year. I don't want to see any leaked trailers or shit like that beforehand, but just knowing that game X will be at E3 and game Y won't be is way better for me than the suspense and uncertainty.
we not gonna call a trailer as well-cut as that boring, fam
Brehs, I really do appreciate your opinions on music, but y'all clearly have no clue what you're talking about when it comes to FF. Pretty much everyone has been expecting some kinda "Episode Midgar" since 2015 now. It's not shocking to anyone following this project and when I said it's coming early 2020 I meant this first part, not the whole thing obviously. Midgar is like 5-7 hours of the 30-35 hours in the original and actually roughly a third of the original's backgrounds, but making everything in full 3D now with big logically connected areas compared to the handful of backgrounds per area in the original that you could walk through in less than a minute will add several hours alone. The fully-voiced cutscenes instead of a few simple textboxes per scenario will add hours too. And then they said they're expanding the locations and story too (we've already seen a few new scenes in the trailer). Kitase said years ago that each part would be comparable to the FFXIII trilogy volume-wise, so probably something around 30-40 hours for main story runs with a bit of side content.holy shit torre_avenue fucking nailed it with the Ground Zeroes comparison lmao
i dunno brehs. aesthetically the approach is a huge turn off but i'll hold off judgement till it's out. also lmao @ the justification "it's so big we have to release it in segments! seriously there's a technological reason to release it episodically now! it has two discs!" like lol modern consoles don't actually work with multiple discs ala the OG FFVII so that just means it's gonna be an installer disc and glorified dlc licence 'play disc' a la RDR2
One of the main reasons Square Enix hasn’t remade Final Fantasy VII up until now is because its a massive undertaking to construct it from the ground up with current technology, according to Kitase. A proper HD remake that maintains the same feeling of density of the original wouldn’t fit into a single installment. Nomura adds that in the case of a single installment, content would have to be cut and the result would be a condensed version of the game. But with this method, players will be able to explore many different areas of Midgar that they couldn’t access in the original. While parts may also be cut from the original, Nomura promises that overall, the amount of content is only going to increase.
That article Kotaku put out said that in early 2018 the game was in pre-production, which means it is either still in pre-production or its just started full production. In either case, you probably won't see anything from it till E3 2021, at best.