The only thing that could sweeten the deal is if Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade finally makes it to Xbox consoles, but as it stands, going from Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII Reunion to the remaster of the 1997 original on the Xbox is still a worthwhile experience.
Gracias a este pack los jugadores pueden disfrutar de Final Fantasy VII para PC con los gráficos mejorados en casi todas las áreas, incluidas las escenas de vídeo. El resultado final es alucinante aunque algunos escenarios quedan con un estilo acuarela algo exagerado. En este pack se sustituye también los modelos chibi de los personajes por unos más realistas.
That said, it's basically a complete experience and should give you a pretty good idea of what the final game will be like, (with the understanding that we'll fix as many bugs as we can and probably improve the graphics a wee bit more before final release).
I came into this game with no real experience with Final Fantasy 7, minus that moment that everyone knows. I did, however, come in with some knowledge of what to expect about this game's final act from back when everyone was first talking about it. It seems weird that knowing some spoilers improves the narrative, but in this case, it gave me perspective on scenes throughout the game that I would have at least been slightly confused about as a first-timer. I know that the notion of deviating from the original does not sit well with some, but for me, I think what they've done here is rad as hell. This game does things that no other remake is really doing, and I think it makes the prospect of a sequel really exciting. 2b1af7f3a8