Let's Play Final Fantasy 7 Remake Demo – Final Fantasy 7 Remake Gameplay



We finally got to play the #FF7R gameplay demo and take on #FinalFantasy 7’s very first boss, the Guard Scorpion AKA the Scorpion Sentinel. The Final Fantasy …

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  1. But sadly the fanfare at the end of fighting isnt there. I like the animation of every character doing some short of winning pose, like clouds sword spinning and barrets reloading.

    But im happy this game gets remake this gorgeous.

  2. The battle system looks good. Not sure how I feel about smashable crates on the way. Is that really necessary? Going around the entire world smashing boxes ^^ It feels a little strange btw that the protector of the reactor would shoot the building and the reactor. I mean I guess they would have to explain stuff falling down to hide behind but it doesnt make sense.

  3. You did this video wrong. You actually stop talking at points so I can hear things happening versus having someone tell me that something is happening. You also forgot to have someone who's never played the original game to talk at. Because after over two decades since it's original release: Nothing is more appealing for someone who want's to see things reimagined, than to be forced to listen to someone explain to someone else who Barret is. Which is great because while you're explaining the basics from the instruction manual for ten minutes, you can be avoiding actually discussing the detailed nuances between the old game, versus the brilliant insight of "It's real-time now." This whole video comes across way too informative and watchable.

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