Final Fantasy 7 Remake New footage featuring Tifa and Sepiroth revealed at

first_imgToday as part of the E3 conference schedule, Square Enix revealed new gameplay footage for the Final Fantasy VII Remake. A few notable points: the game will require two Blu-ray discs, which hints at the ridiculous amount of content featured in the game. Gameplay footage showed off its new combat system, which is a compelling mix of the turn-based combat native to the series, and a more immediate real-time action style. Players can tailor the action to their specific tastes: if you prefer more immediate button mashing you can set the game up like that. If you’re a fan of more traditional turn-based combat, you can shape the game to suit those needs.ffvii-05It all looks very modern and well integrated. Considering the original Final Fantasy is over two decades old, this sort of update makes a considerable amount of sense. After the combat demo, the team revealed an extended trailer that was just 100% pure weaponised nostalgia. Post a comment 40 Photos Share your voice Why 2020 could be the best year for video gamescenter_img Gaming Culture 0 Tags Final Fantasy VII remake is set for release March 3, 2020.last_img