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Final Fantasy VII Remake TGS 2019 Trailer
F inal Fantasy VII Remake gets a new trailer at the Tokyo Game Show 2019 featuring the Turks, Shiva and more.
Final Fantasy 7 Remake TGS 2019 Trailer
Square Enix reveal a new trailer at the Tokyo Game Show 2019 showing more of the Final Fantasy VII Remake. The trailer lets us get a first look at Turks agents which include Reno, Rude and Tseng. We also get to see the Shinra Electric Power Company operatives and Ifrit and Shiva. It also previews mini-games and a new character Don Corneo who rumour has it is voiced by Mark Hamill but there’s been no confirmation on that yet.
The game looks to be shaping up pretty well, and graphics look amazing. I look forward to seeing how this one turns out. What was your favourite part of the trailer? Let us know in the comments below.
You can check out the new trailer below:
Final Fantasy VII Remake will release on Playstation 4 on March 3rd 2020.
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Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered Edition TGS 2018 trailer
Remastered release due out in 2019.
Sal Romano Sep 19, 2018 at 9:20 PM EDT 0 Comment 0
Square Enix has released the Tokyo Game Show 2018 trailer for its recently announced Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered Edition.
The Remastered Edition of the RPG includes four-player online multiplayer, new character voice-overs, new areas added to dungeons, and more.
Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered Edition is due out for PlayStation 4 and Switch in 2019.
Watch the trailer below.
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Final Fantasy XII Zodiac Age TGS trailer: What’s new about the remaster?
Late to the show but TGS showed a new trailer for the new final fantasy xii zodiac remaster. Clip at the end is also a bit of the new gameplay and here are all the new things the 2017 HD remaster is bringing:
1. Game Balance
Final Fantasy 12 was a difficult game. Kato believes part of this was due to presenting a new approach to combat and exploration that fans of the series weren’t used to.
“One of the biggest challenges we faced in Final Fantasy 12 was to ditch the classic random encounter system that we had,” he explained. “In other games, you would go into battle suddenly, whereas in Final Fantasy 12 you saw enemies as you moved through the field. It’s a real-time battle system. It was a big departure from the classic system.”2. Trial Mode
If you’re a hardcore Final Fantasy fan who’s unhappy about Square Enix making the game easier, don’t worry. They’ve got you covered as well with a new option called Trial Mode.
Trial Mode is a completely separate menu option from the main game, but players will be able to load in their save data to use the party they’ve leveled up. The goal of Trial Mode will be to fight through 100 battle scenarios, each increasing in complexity and difficulty.
3. High Speed Mode
Final Fantasy 12’s world is massive, but that’s not always a good thing. While the wide-open zones and tons of paths and sidequests were impressive in 2006, they also led to players getting lost or just getting frustrated when they had to backtrack halfway across the world to turn in a quest or get to the next plot beat.
4. The Job System
If you didn’t guess it already from the name International Zodiac Job System, this version of the game incorporates a job system. A recurring feature in Final Fantasy games, the job system allows you to assign one of a dozen or so roles to a character, providing them with unique skills and stat growth opportunities depending on which job you chose.
The original Final Fantasy 12 used a system called the license board for character growth. As you leveled up, you unlocked abilities and stat boosts on a giant board. However, every character used the same board and, by the end of the game, every character ended up the same.
“We’ve seen many other titles incorporating open worlds and real-time battle systems now,” Kat
Final Fantasy 12: The Zodiac Age is set to come out for PlayStation 4 some time in 2017.
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