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Final Fantasy VII Rebirth - Review @ RPGamer

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    [​IMG]RPGamer reviewed Final Fantasy VII Rebirth:


    Final Fantasy VII Rebirth Review

    The More Things Change

    Fans of Final Fantasy VII remember their first trip to Midgar. Whether it was in 1997 with the original game on the PlayStation, more than two decades later with the release of Final Fantasy VII Remake for PlayStation 4 in 2020, or somewhere in-between, the bustling metropolis where the game's first act occurs looms large in the minds of many gamers. Midgar had it all, a thriving company town perched above slums, literally blocking the sunlight from reaching the citizens below. It's where millions of players over the decades met Cloud on his first mission with Avalanche; his reunion with Tifa; and the group's daring rescue of Aerith from the Shinra HQ, culminating in a pulse-racing escape from Midgar.


    Final Fantasy VII Rebirth understands and embodies what made the original game great. The exquisite attention to detail paid by the artists, developers, and designers of the game's combat, musical stylings, and plentiful mini-games becomes apparent. Perhaps more than that, though, is the joy and love felt for these characters and the world they inhabit. The unforgettable memories from the original game are painstakingly reimagined and recreated here, grabbing at your heartstrings and refusing to let go.

    It's been twenty-seven years since Cloud, Aerith, and Tifa first left Midgar. Since then, their world - and ours - has changed significantly. It's such a wonder, then, to be able to recreate that sublime experience of leaving Midgar for the first time during the opening of Final Fantasy VII Rebirth. This is the game that delivers on the promise of the Final Fantasy VII remake project. It's a fascinatingly familiar yet unknown journey that is breathtaking and unforgettable.

    Score: 5/5
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