A new Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII – Reunion trailer is now available, showcasing more of the upcoming new version of the previous exclusive PSP game.
The new launch trailer, which can be viewed below, gives an overview of Zack’s adventure, showcasing the main cast, fight sequences, and more.
Play as Zack Fair from SOLDIER and set in motion the events leading up to FINAL FANTASY VII. Engage in fast-paced, real-time action combat to uncover the dark secrets of Shinra’s experiments and the monsters they create. CRISIS CORE – FINAL FANTASY VII – REUNION will be released on PlayStation®5, PlayStation®4, Nintendo Switch ™ and Xbox Series X | S, Xbox One and Steam® on December 13, 2022.
Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII – Reunion is one of Square Enix’s best remaster efforts in years, thanks to some major visual and gameplay improvements, as I highlighted in my preview:
The Crisis Core: The gameplay in Final Fantasy VII was very intense. Being a mobile game, it was much smaller in scope than the original Final Fantasy VII or other contemporary Japanese role-playing games, and the combat system was very average, with an odd mix of action and menu-based features that didn’t work as well as the system featured in Kingdom Hearts series, resulting in a game that just didn’t feel good to play. The story basically carried over the entire experience, which was a shame, as the combat system had some potential and potential that was finally realized in Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII – Reunion with some option tweaks intended to make the combat system feel more like an action combat system than the original hybrid the stranger. There is still a slight delay at the start of battle with the infamous ‘fight mode’, but it is much shorter, Zack controls in a much smoother way, and is now able to unleash combo attacks together, magical and special attack skills, which can be assigned to 6 different buttons thanks to The new shortcut system, the dreaded DMW, and the slot machine-like system that gives random Zack buffs and access to Limit Breaks, has been redesigned to be less intrusive, and no longer breaks the flow of work. While the combat system is still simple and doesn’t quite reach the quality of Final Fantasy VII Remake, these tweaks make it much better than the original.
Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII – Reunion launches December 13th on PC, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch worldwide.