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Final Fantasy VII

ファイナルファンタジーVII

Developer / Publisher: Square
31 January 1997
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In the first 3D game in the Final Fantasy franchise, terrorist cell AVALANCHE concocts a plot to save their world by destroying energy reactors that are sapping it of its Lifestream. Their operation, however, is thrown into chaos when a powerful figure from the past with his own plan for the future of the planet rears his head once more.
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Final Fantasy 7 is an oddity of a game. Regarded at the time to be one of if not the greatest JRPG to release, considered as the original Playstation's must-have killer app, and a game that has changed the gaming industry in more ways than one. I don't have much connection to Final Fantasy as a franchise and I wasn't old enough to grasp the relevance of 7's release until I was much older, well into the late 2000's to early 2010's. I'd even go as far as to say I kinda hated Final Fantasy as I was growing up as I was not particularly fond of fantasy media of any kind, nor did the more vanilla mechanics appeal to me once I got older and was getting more interested in the genre of RPGs. Even so, I decided to give FF7 a proper chance much later in life, leaving behind any bias I had for the series initially and trying my best to ignore the hype behind it just to see if I would like the game on its own merits. For starters, visually I find the game to be both simple and mesmerizing. It's easy to call the games visuals outdated, but for the time I can see what was so appealing with the mix of FMV and 3-D models working along side each other to create dynamic cutscenes. The use of the models themselves is a bit jarring but honestly endearing to me seeing a mix of chibi-esque models used for the hub and general maps, switching to more 'properly-scaled' character models during battles and high production cutscenes that more resemble their concept art. If there's anything here that hasn't really aged well, it's the pre-rendered backgrounds, or rather how they are laid out, as it can be a bit cumbersome navigating them properly, especially trying to make heads or tails of what can and can't be interacted with, even with the assistance of an optional navigation feature to show you what is considered a door/pathway. Never-the-less I managed to make my way through the game without too much issue in this department. As for audio, the music is very well composed and the sound effects are very punchy and satisfying. The game uses the PS1 hardware to its benefit rather than a hinderance so while it doesn't use a grand orchestrated soundtrack, it was able to amplify the emotions and atmosphere of the game to a stellar degree despite the limitations. Even after the fact I find many songs of FF7 to be stuck in my head. The overall presentation FF7 has charm through and through; it's not a technical marvel of the PlayStation, but it was able to make due and then some with the hardware, both visually and audibly. Gameplay is where things get a little weirder. The mechanics and ideas of FF7 leave for a lot of experimentation, frustration, and a broken mess of systems that make the overall battle system a hellish and joyful experience. For starters, ATB (active time battle) system is not my thing. Not only am I left to sit through attacks with long and drawn out animations for both my characters and the enemies I face, but I have to wait for my characters to build up their gauge just to get my next turn of attack? In theory this is supposed to add a bit of strategy of timing attacks and even utilizing spells to increase the ATB meter faster and slowing down enemies as well, but while a fun visual spectacle for a few hours, mid game I start to become worn down by the battles that I feel could be much faster, especially if I had the option to out right skip battle animations. In the game's defense the animations are pretty great but having to watch the same ones over and over ruins the magic over time. Then you get into one of the game's main systems for improving character's builds and that's materia. Materia are gems that have a bit of story significance but in game you can use them to enhance your team to give new battle options such as spells or attacks or even offer new advantages such as giving your player the option to use two items in a single turn, allow a spell to be casted on all enemies at once, or even increase the chance rate of attacking. Followed by equipping armor and weapons that can allow chaining materia abilities with one another, this is one of my favorite aspects of the game's battle systems and going out of your way to raise AP stats for your materia so they can level up and become more powerful becomes extremely beneficial towards the end game and allow the player to do some pretty stupid broken attack and defense options. So visually and mechanically I enjoy this game quite a bit, but where the game starts to go in one ear out the other is the overall story. I can't lie, I do not care for the story of FF7 and that's okay I think. The main party members you interact with are rather enjoyable, with characters like Barret and Cid being personal favorites for their rather brash and macho dialogs, but other than them and a handful of character interactions interspersed throughout the game such as the intro or locations like the Goldsaucer, everyone has a purpose to fill and outside of colorful dialog every so often, I can't say the plot and pacing of Final Fantasy 7 had me at the edge of my seat or really caring for certain characters all too much. That seems a bit harsh to say, so I won't say I don't at least find the attempt charming. Even by the time you reach the final chapter of the game, I was only really dazzled by the spectacle of it all rather than the actual story that was taking place. That being said, the final FMV sequence did end up invoking some intense feelings, without spoiling anything the final scene of the game really felt like a satisfying book end, but left enough for me to fill in the blanks of my own conclusions for the characters; a very satisfying ending overall. At the end of the day, Final Fantasy 7 feels like an experiment, and a very successful one. The game was advertised in ways that games have previously never seen before at such a large scale. The game that was delivered was an experience not yet seen in the industry at the time and would only be a glimpse of what was to come later on down the line with improved FMV sequences to enhance story presentation. The game put Square at the forefront of Sony's most prized 3rd party developers. It kicked the never ending train of consistent releases for the franchise that was later followed by two mainline sequels in the form of 8 and 9, along with spin offs like Final Fantasy Tactics and Chocobo Racing. Whether or not FF7 "lives up to the hype" is besides the point these days. It made its impression when it needed to and was absurdly successful in the end. To return to the original game requires some context and properly setting expectations to truly understand what made it blow people's minds back in the day. But even now FF7 is a rather enjoyable and cinematic RPG experience that I'd say is at least worth a look. It's not the greatest game I've ever played, but I can understand why someone who experienced back in '97 would consider it as theirs.
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JackTrickelson 2022-04-18T01:04:59Z
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Ambicioso demais, FF VII sofre por causa da revolução que ele mesmo inspirou.

Dos modelos 3D aos minigames, jogá-lo hoje não é a coisa mais “suave” do mundo. Mas sua narrativa e ambientação são tão únicas e o núcleo do gameplay tão eficiente que as idiossincrasias ficam em segundo plano.
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gabrielctps 2022-02-23T21:19:42Z
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This is my first entry to the Final Fantasy series, and a solid candidate to be the last.

3D graphics might have been a cool thing in 1997, a thrill to have 3D characters to move in 3D environment, wowza.
In 2021 this thrill is non-existent, mere annoyance to have a scene after scene where the point is to walk from one end of the screen to the other (with added challenge of wanting you to be in an exactly correct position and direction to do something, or not being particularly forthcoming about where you are supposed to be going, so just stumble everywhere until you hit the right spot and get to move forward). Yay.

The controls in general leave something to be desired.

I haven't played a lot of JRPGs, mostly some stuff picking up influences from them, like the typical line-dancing combat. The nice thing about those I've known was that they were turn-based and had at least some tactical element in them. Here the combat seems to combine the bad traits of turn-based and real-time combat, there's little tactical interest and real-time always makes me feel a bit rushed, but still there is that stiff standing around and waiting, and missing the urgency of real-time.

And save points are really too scarce, which becomes an annoyance with all these cutscenes, scenes having you to walk from one side to the other and random filler battles (I kinda hate designated save point system in general, and this one is really expressing why).

There might be interesting story, characters or world, but of that I have no idea because after half an hour, the game mechanics made me want to die. If this milk was tasty in 1997, it is not so now.
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kyvetti 2021-11-24T17:08:33Z
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The grind and the gameplay are a real slog to get through...
but the music, story, and the cinematics that are reminiscent of the German Expressionismm films all struck a chord with me that made the slog worth fighting through. If the remake is able to establish the sense of dread that FFVII was able to establish while making the gameplay so much easier to stomach, I am going to adore it so much more than this.

The gameplay got so frustrating that I had to use walkthroughs to figure out where to go, and since I was playing on my Switch, I eventually resorted to using my unlimited limit breakers cheat just so I can make it through the fights faster because the random encounters were far too frequent and it was really pissing me off especially because at this point, my characters were more than strong enough to win, they just needed to find Sephiroth and kick his ass for toying with my boy Cloud like he has been.

But in the end, I enjoyed the game for what it was and respect what it means for the video game industry.
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Volgan 2021-07-31T17:00:20Z
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Several years and massive ambition (and budget) characterised Square's next colossus. Final Fantasy VII coined a new language - one representing a sort of compromise between the two prominent worlds of classic JRPGs. It contained fantasy elements without indulging in high-fantasy medieval settings, and it contained science fiction elements without indulging in rendering alien worlds. Instead, Square saw fit to blend parts of each, and contaminated the mixture with a broad range of environmental aesthetics (particularly cartoony cyberpunk in the first half). It was also an essay on wild contrast: Goofy humour and whimsy met chilling sci-fi horror, and both seemed to co-exist rather than pull the plot in their own direction. The progression reflected the general wackiness; each section proceeding to the next in very unpredictable ways, swinging from silly minigames with bizarre premises to tragic excursions, from tender character subplots to hokey melodrama and action movie-grade extravagance, the common denominator adorning each moment is an unusually lighthearted atmosphere - even at their most tense or disturbing of scenes. The resulting work strayed far from the epic pomp of old, and often felt like a chaotic (parodistic?) anomaly that never seemed to take itself seriously, especially when compared to its contemporaries - who always sacrificed humor for drama or vice-versa.

Strange as those surrounding traits may be, its combat & systems are a minor step back, its equipment-oriented skill learning Materia system basically revisited the past few installments in a roundabout way. The battle system succeeds mainly due to a newfound flair for elaborate camerawork and dazzling animations, with cinematic fireworks stemming from its new fighting game super move-inspired Limit Breaks, all of which benefit from their transition to 3D. Uematsu is in splendid form here, boasting one of his most evocative, varied, emotional and colorful soundtracks ever, albeit not as daring, and Tetsuya Nomura's efforts in character design exerted a huge influence (for better and for worse) on later JRPGs.
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Blah_Blee 2021-06-28T14:22:22Z
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A landmark to the JRPG genre. You can clearly see many elements in this classic that had a big influence in other games. I only remember playing some parts when I was a kid so going through this again is being a joy, the soundtrack still sounds as epic as before!
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lowplacelikehome 2021-07-13T18:50:29Z
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numdar335 Final Fantasy VII 2022-06-30T08:21:10Z
PS1 • XNA
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Avirumque ファイナルファンタジーVII 2022-06-30T05:31:34Z
2022-06-30T05:31:34Z
4.5
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Revenge319 Final Fantasy VII 2022-06-29T23:10:25Z
PS4
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Tiverus ファイナルファンタジーVII 2022-06-28T14:29:11Z
2022-06-28T14:29:11Z
4.0
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pokeshulk Final Fantasy VII 2022-06-28T05:56:48Z
Switch
2022-06-28T05:56:48Z
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felipealves153 ファイナルファンタジーVII 2022-06-28T05:07:54Z
2022-06-28T05:07:54Z
4.5
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Ju5t1n7890 ファイナルファンタジーVII 2022-06-28T03:47:37Z
2022-06-28T03:47:37Z
5.0
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dumey Final Fantasy VII 2022-06-26T23:53:04Z
Windows • US
2022-06-26T23:53:04Z
5.0
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hewwix ファイナルファンタジーVII 2022-06-26T03:15:12Z
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sweetboyballs ファイナルファンタジーVII 2022-06-26T00:15:09Z
2022-06-26T00:15:09Z
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Mistertitanic Final Fantasy VII 2022-06-24T14:37:25Z
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howmanysigfigs ファイナルファンタジーVII 2022-06-23T15:32:10Z
2022-06-23T15:32:10Z
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  • MouthfulofPaste 2021-11-27 16:06:03.466781+00
    The switch versions 3x speed function is a godsend here. I can’t imagine sitting through supernova more than once
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  • Seamus_Moore 2022-01-01 22:16:20.840154+00
    good game, terrible remaster
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  • TheInverseCynicism 2022-01-18 13:51:51.510432+00
    The First disc is the best
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  • feargm 2022-01-31 13:20:26.142041+00
    happy 25th fantastic game
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  • Esco97 2022-02-14 00:07:07.4723+00
    4 stars. Pretty damn iconic
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  • kaaisu 2022-05-01 10:42:11.884068+00
    In collections
    PlayStation Classic PlayStation Classic Final Fantasy VII & Final Fantasy VIII Remastered - Twink Pack
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  • blokrenblossbroms 2022-06-01 06:30:26.436447+00
    The Punchiest PS1 Final Fantasy.
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  • Clownboss 2022-06-13 21:35:26.279667+00
    Still infinitely beautiful. It got so many things right. I'm sad cos I truly think video games peaked here.
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