It has been a big past couple of years for the console gaming community. With more and more classics like Resident Evil, Resident Evil 2, and now Final Fantasy VII getting HD remasters, we can reignite old gaming memories and bring life to new ones.
Cloud Strife, Midgar, Mako Reactor; if these names ring a bell to you and bring you all the nostalgic feels, you’ve most probably played Final Fantasy VII on Playstation 1 console.
And now, we’re getting a remake!
An old classic returns!
Launched in Japan by Square, Final Fantasy VII is one of the games that introduced gamers from all across the world to the RPG genre. It’s the seventh installment in the Final Fantasy series. It tells the story of Cloude Strife, a mercenary who joins the AVALANCHE ecoterrorist group to stop a megacorporation from draining the planet’s life energy.
Owing to the success of the original version that first came out in 1997, Final Fantasy VII Remake is set to immerse fans in a battle with Shinra megacorporation once again, but this time in a reimagined city of Midgar. Hailed as one of the most highly anticipated games in 2020, FFVII remake can be played on PS4.
Final Fantasy VII Remake demo shows us a glimpse of a luxurious reinterpretation of the classic video game. From polygonal models, the developers treat us to a technologically advanced gaming experience that none of us could have foreseen 20 years ago.
SQUARE ENIX announced the launching date of the full version on their website, which is on the 1oth of April this year. It was originally to have been released last March 3, but was moved due to polishing reasons.