The Final Fantasy VII remake series will be made up of three games - RPGSiteThe Crisis Core remaster features brand-new, but the primary draw is simply that you'll be able to reliably buy it. Back in 2008, Crisis Core was a PSP exclusive - and unlike several other Square Enix PSP titles, it never made the jump to any platform, nor was it ever available digitally. That meant it was only playable on UMD - meaning it wasn't compatible with the PS Vita, or even the PSP Go. For reasons unknown - probably related to legal rights around certain elements of the game - it was never sold in any format beyond its initial release.
When Final Fantasy VII Remake was announced, some fans were disappointed to learn that it wouldn't contain the 'complete' story of the original Final Fantasy VII. Some people even decided to wait it out - to not play the game until the complete story is available. Now, thanks to FF7 Remake Producer Yoshinori Kitase, we have an idea of how long that wait will be.
Plenty of hate flying around on the discussion boards about the $70 price tag (even though the game is on sale for a tad under $50 right now).
Is it really 70$ in the US? In Europe it's 80 euros, which is around 83-85 dollars. And then discounted to 57 euros for the release.
(If anyone was planning on buying it from Greenman but don't have Gold XP there, feel free to send me a Private Message. I can apparently share this extra 20% off discount, which stacks on top of their starting discount for the game, with 5 people for the next 12 days. And no, I don't get any kickback out of it that I'm aware of)
I don't think it works with this title. I'm Gold tier, but it only shows the starting -29% if I put it in my cart and go to check out.
It includes the Yuffie Intergrade/Intermission stuff, so it's essentially the "Complete" edition.It's definitely a bit overpriced (imo) considering it's a 2 year old game at this point.