'Final Fantasy VII Remake' Release Date, News, and Updates: Battle Technique Centered On High Speed Extreme Activity?
"Final Fantasy VII remake" has a change in battle.The battle technique focuses more on high-speed action than the traditional turn-based system.
For a decent measure of time, the "Final Fantasy VII Remake" was but an illusion to the majority of Final Fantasy fans. Bits of gossip coursed here and there with less validity or credibility behind such affirmation.
For one, the fight or battle procedure will totally change. Fans may be baffled to discover that the battle procedure for the "Final Fantasy VII Remake" will concentrate vigorously on the high-speed activity than the conventional or traditional turn-based procedure, as reported by Techno Buffalo. The famous game administrator Tetsuya Nomura, who simply happens to be the lead chief of the "FF7 Remake," affirmed this when he talked with Japanese Publication Dengeki Online as to the change in battle.
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According to Gematsu, Nomura clarifies that in "Final Fantasy VII Remake"there was overwhelming demand for the redo to keep the first turn-based system or procedure, he and Square Enix wanted that a practical action style technique would be ideal. "The fights in [FFVII] have significantly transformed from the beginning, since they're something with more activity in them," Nomura expressed.
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Some will welcome this new way or procedure in the game's battle system, yet for those gamers who still desire a more authentic style "Final Fantasy VII Remake" experience, Nomura clarifies that they have not left the original one behind. He goes on to say that he and the games builder or developers are working on systems to make players ppreciate the game more.