After Caspius reviews Final Fantasy VII Remake, Imitanis and SiliconNooB discuss the future of the series, including the likely outcome for both the battle system and overworld in Final Fantasy VII Remake-2 and Sephiroth Returns: Final Fantasy VII Remake.
Nomura opens up about VIIR changes, Naughty Dog attempts to control spoilers, and Naughty Dog attempts to control Youtubers in the news of the week!
Caspius reviews Final Fantasy VII Remake, Square Enix’s long-anticipated reenvisioning of their landmark 1997 title, in an evaluation meant to address the new game both as a stand-alone work and as a remake of one of the beloved legends of gaming history.
When Nomura drops the equivalent of the island of Manhattan on the equivalent of the Delhi slums, Caspius and SiliconNooB are caught in the carnage of a thousand simultaneous mass terror attacks. But with the assistance of Cait Sith, they escape unharmed!
Square Enix to sue anyone who uploads Final Fantasy VII Remake’s controversial ending, Nintendo experiences unprecedented Switch sales in March, and Nintendo is under fire by blue-hairs for asserting reality.
After an inexplicable technical mishap results in the podcast disappearing, Caspius, Imitanis, and Ethos record anew, presenting their thoughts on the surplus of supbar software available on Nintendo eShop, before delving into the Final Fantasy Remake.
Caspius, SiliconNooB, Mel, and Bup present a two-hour discussion of the long-awaited release of Final Fantasy VII Remake (Part 1), covering roughly the first third of the game, and discussing the game’s significant narrative depatures from the original.
The Day Tonight presents In Another Lifestream!
Square Enix offers to cancel your Final Fantasy VII Remake pre-order, the Chinese coronavirus sees sales of Plague Inc. soar, and developers are more interested in making games for PS5 than Series X in the news of the week!
As further Final Fantasy VII Remake details surface, Caspius and SiliconNooB conclude that the forthcoming title will serve only to destroy all trace of the original’s excellence, henceforth replacing it, for new gamers, with Nomura’s fetid production.