Reviews and Problems with Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII
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so far so good
hilary olson, Amazon
7 March 2014
Summary: I love the artwork and battle style but i only have one complaint and thats the level up style..it seems to take forever to be able to level up. Still other than that its really fun. Im not too far in it yet but so far its great! I love seeing the charecters from kh in here and Zack is so fun to play. I love him and the story line is really reeling me in.
Summary: I would love for this game to be playable on normal consule... it technically can, but a burden to link the psp to the ps3. Great graphics and story line... also interesting to play realtime in a series that always had turn based play style.
Summary: Overall this game is pretty fun. I'm not much into rpg's but this one was quite enjoyable for me. Like any rpg it's the story that is the main attraction for the game. The only I disliked about the game was the combat. Overall it's not bad but it can get kinda boring after a while. If you have a psp then this game is a must-have for your library.
Summary: This game as others have stated is a good entry, if not the best in the extended compilation series. But it is not without it's faults. The story was satisfactory, but kind of randomly contrived to give Zack more of a backstory than he previously had. Knowing the history of the Buster Sword was cool, but it wasn't great. The battle system was cool and inventive and since a couple other games have adopted it, but this also has faults.
Summary: Bought the game because FF7 is a good work of art SE has ever made in series. I liked the graphics and the footage media but it has that banal rpq repetition in it and somehow you would dose off all of a sudden while playing. However, how the game system is almost like KH's game system, and adding it to a FF game, was not a bad idea at all. It would have been better though if the system went back to the command menu like the original FF7 but new.
Summary: Let's be honest, the game is far from perfect. However, it did it's job in that it was entertaining, fun to play, and gave a good believable background for an important character that was only portrayed through memories-- Zack Fair. So the game starts out, and I'll admit, the graphics are beyond gorgeous. They're probably the best graphics I've seen for a PSP game thus far, aside from Dissidia.
Summary: I was very happy to get this game. I want to play every Final Fantasy game, and what pleased me the most is that I got it in one day. I ordered it on Monday and it came on Tuesday. It's a fun game.
Summary: First of all, I have not entirely beaten Crisis Core yet, so this review will be based on that. I'm sure most if not all of you know by now that Crisis Core is a prequel to the original Final Fantasy VII. Taking place 7 years prior to the original game, it follows the originally mysterious protagonist Zack Fair's time in SOLDIER. I'll start off by going over the good parts to the game. As you can expect out of a prequel, the high point to this game is its story.