Reviews and Problems with Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII
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Patrick W. Dowd "Dowd", Amazon
24 June 2010
Summary: Took like 6 hours to beat, game physics aren't great. Battle system is oversimplified, and specials are random. Not an RPG, more of a hack and slash, and there are not really any real explorable areas. Lots of missions though. Anywho, gave it a 3 out of 5, didn't hate it, but sure didn't love it.
Summary: Before buying this game, I played God of war: Chains on Olympus on my Psp and I must say this game has nothing in comparison to that. GOW has cool Graphics, matured story line, Great gameplay and is soley intended for adults. On the other hand Crisis Core has nothing good to talk about. I only played for an hour and I really dont feel like playing it anymore. In my opinion, Crisis Core is overrated and doesnt deserve so much of hype.
Summary: If you are a FF7 fan, you probably have the game already, if not then get it. If you like RPG games in general and wondering about whether to get it or not then read on. RPG is my favorite genre (along with turn based strategy games) and I picked this game up thinking that it would be good. However, as some other reviewers mentioned the combat is not enjoyable from an RPG fan perspective. It quickly turns into button mashing.
Summary: Unfortunately the gameplay is very repetitive and bland. The bummer is, it does have a decent story, and it's really neat to play in the FF7 era again. The graphics are beautiful. It's very bittersweet. The feel is great, it's so nice to see Aeris alive again and such. The problem is, the gameplay is just button mashing, the "missions" are bland and boring. There's no gameplay.
Summary: It is the game alright, however I got the platinum edition I let pass other cheaper platinum editions thinking this was the normal edition, a bit disappointing, but I bought mostly for the game.
Summary: I bought this game to to being a major fan of the Final Fantasy franchise, especially Final Fantasy VII. I suppose you could put this game down as a kind of prequel to the original game. Playing through you start to understand a lot more of the story line and how Zak fully fits into the original game.
Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII - Platinum Edition (PSP): Crisis Core...much anticipated, but worth the wait....?
5 November 2012
Summary: Final Fantasy fans everywhere have clamoured for a return to Final fantasy 7 in some form or another for years since the originals' release back in the 90's. We all loved those hours we spend with Cloud and co, saving the world (and when we had time, messing about on the machines in the Gold Saucer!) So when Crisis Core was announced for the PSP, we went wild!
Pros: Easy to play, nice graphics
Cons: Couldn't hold a candle to it's predecessor, sadly....