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A New Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII Reunion Trailer Dropped Before the December 13th Launch

Zack screaming at Tseng.

Square Enix has revealed a brand-new trailer for Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII Reunion. The new footage below shows that the game is much more than just a remaster of the original thanks to an upgrade to glorious HD, a reworked soundtrack, fully voiced English and Japanese dialogue, and a new battle system.

Kindly watch it in 4K quality and appreciate how good-looking Zack Fair is.

The latest video showcases how the developers have improved the game in many ways other than the graphics. The PSP original was already excellent on its own—it garnered an excellent score in our 2008 review—but new players will be lucky to get what feels like Crisis Core 2.0, an overhauled experience. Square Enix also shared a detailed infographic that displays the resolution and frame rate for each platform. Take a peek if those numbers matter to you; it might help you decide where you plan to purchase Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII Reunion:

Overview of Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII Reunion

CRISIS CORE –FINAL FANTASY VII– REUNION is the HD remaster version of the smash hit prequel to FINAL FANTASY VII.

In addition to all graphics being remastered in HD, fully voiced dialogue and new soundtrack arrangements make for a dynamic new retelling of a beloved classic.

CRISIS CORE –FINAL FANTASY VII– REUNION follows the story of Zack Fair, a young warrior admired by the boy destined to save the world, trusted by men renowned as heroes of legend, and loved by the girl who holds the fate of the planet in her hands. The tale of Zack’s dreams and honor—the legacy that connects him to Cloud—is revealed in full in this grand saga that has broken the limits of an HD remaster.

Key Features

– All graphics fully remastered in HD, bringing the game to the latest console generation- Renewed 3D models, including characters and backgrounds, enriching the visual experience

– Improved battle system providing a vastly smoother gameplay experience

– Fully voiced dialogue in both English and Japanese

– A newly arranged soundtrack from the original composer, Takeharu Ishimoto

On December 13th, 2022, Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII Reunion will release on PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, Nintendo Switch, and PC via Steam. That’s less than a month from now!

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Tin Manuel

Tin Manuel

Tin is a Graphic Designer by the day & an adventurer in whatever game she is playing at night. She gets giddy talking about RPG games (specifically JRPGs), new releases, and loves almost every female protagonist. She loves animals but has a great fondness towards pugs & shibas. She’s forgetful at times but she will never forget Aerith’s death in 480p.

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