The game being made is suprising for people who actually care about expansion of midgar content...im sure anything that could be considered suprising would be looked at as a negative to begin with
Yes, they revealed this at the beginning of Square-Enix's E3 presentation, the exact quote being,
Showing literally anything that isn't Midgar would be a plus. You don't even get any cool summons until after you leave Midgar. Even baby Bahamut.
... But that wouldn't be in the game that you're watching a trailer for.
I'm disappointed that the only major RPG Square is making for the next several years is a micro-slice of a remake I never even wanted in the first place. The LEAST they could've done was include any of the good parts of VII.
Give me something to be positive about and I'll be positive about it. Not my fault they want to charge $200 for a fucking remake of a PS1 game.
No, you're shit-posting.
Hyperbolic and reductive reactions like these aren't helping anyone take your criticisms any more seriously.
The game is going to be at least three parts and possibly more than that. $180 is the bare minimum you're gonna be paying for this full remake.
No it isn't. Midgar is the first four hours of the game. The first disc break isn't until way, way, way later - it's basically the halfway point of the story. Then the disc 3 break is basically just for the endgame.
I think it's obvious that these parts are three individual games. Even if they're not worthy of being 60 USD each, it's obvious that they're not going to constitute merely 1/3 of the average RPG, so they shouldn't be 20 USD either. Your comments about this being a 'micro-slice' when they're massively expanding the already sizable Midgar section of the game demonstrates your willful misinterpretation of the facts surrounding this game's development. I don't think people want you to be positive so much as they want you to be realistic about your cynicism.