FF7 Reunion will have a new dialogue
Square Enix confirms that Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII Reunion will include brand new dialogue that was not in the PlayStation Portable original.
The next Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII Reunion will feature additional dialogue as well as updated graphics and a revamped soundtrack. A prequel to the classic 1997 JRPG Final Fantasy VIIthe original Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII was released for PlayStation Portable in 2008, telling the story of budding hero Zack Fair as he battles a renegade SOLIDER named Genesis and becomes caught up in the dark secrets surrounding the ShinRa Electric Power Company. Last month, Square Enix surprised fans by announcing a remake of Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII will launch on PC and consoles later this year as part of an ongoing stream of Final Fantasy VII-Related projects.
Along with the expected graphical overhaul and revamped controls, Square Enix promised Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII Reunion will change and update many aspects of the original game. The most important of these changes is Crisis Core: FFVII Reunion’s new menu-based combat system, which will replace the cumbersome single-stick layout that plagued the old one crisis core on the PSP. Moreover, original crisis core composer Takeharu Ishimoto is back to arrange new music for Meetingand several lines of dialogue that were just text in the old game will now be fully voiced.
These updates may also include new lines of dialogue that were not in the original Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VIIat least according to a passage on Square-Enix official Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII Reunion Web page. In addition to describing crisis core world, story and characters in preparation for The meeting supposed release end of 2022, the site lists The meeting graphical and audio improvements – with “additional dialogue” mentioned alongside the aforementioned visual updates and new music.
Crisis Core: Final Fantasy 7 Reunion May Be Tied To FF7 Remake
It’s unclear exactly what this new dialogue will entail, but the new lines could be meant to connect Meeting at the current Final Fantasy VII Remake series. the original crisis core was part of the old Final Fantasy VII Compilation, an expanded universe of games, novels, and even the 2005 animated film Final Fantasy VII: Children of Advent which builds on the tradition of the original Final Fantasy VII. 2020s Final Fantasy VII Remake served as a full reboot of this continuity, building on the events of the original Final Fantasy VII and ending with a major plot twist that hints at the connection FFVII games that came before may no longer be canon. It has even been speculated Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII Reunion could be linked to next year’s Final Fantasy VII Revival due to the fact that certain characters are likely front and center in the stories of both games.
Meanwhile, the original Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII was already rich in lore and dialogue, as players could gain insight and information about the inner workings of SOLIDER and the origins of Sephiroth through spoken lines and text-based email messages. The next Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII Reunion will likely add to the deep mythos with its new dialogue, though players won’t know what’s been extended until the highly anticipated remake launches on all major platforms later this year.
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Source: Square Enix.com
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