Reviews and Problems with Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII
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Embrace your dreams...
Jack Raiden, Amazon
24 June 2015
Summary: This game is divine. I had it when it came out in 2007. And played it a lot out of my old psp collection. The game is of course a prequel to FFVII. It follows Zack, Clouds old friend/mentor?. This game of course is real time action and not turn based.
Summary: If your a FFXII fan and want to know how it all got started I recommend buying this game. For the most part the story matches up pretty accurately with a few "What that doesn't make sense" but I would try not to look too deep into it unless your a hardcore freak about the story line.
Summary: Loving this game and its story even so many years after it has been released. I also do like the combat system, which suits the game very well, and once you get used to is quite comfortable to use!
Summary: This is a great addition to FF VII. It explains a lot and goes into detail. The mystery Zack is revealed and Aerith has more details surrounding her. A great game and the cinematics were amazing. Those graphics were like a ps2's but better.
Summary: Back when this game first came out, I had a bad feeling in my gut that said "stay away." Come some years later I finally decided to give Crisis Core a try, ignoring my feelings and going off all the praise here on Amazon. *sigh Where to start..... First off I'm a huge fan of Final Fantasy 7.
Summary: What a great look back into the world of FF7. Certainly squareenix did not anticipate just how successful FF7 would be, and it is fortunate that they had so much in the game that could be looked more deeply into.
Summary: While Square-Enix has recently developed an obsession with producing spinoffs for the Final Fantasy series, they are nothing new for the franchise. The original Seiken Densetsu was, in Japan, subtitled "Final Fantasy Gaiden" and retitled Final Fantasy Adventure overseas, despite having nothing to do...