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Final Fantasy VII Remake director Tetsuya Nomura confirms Honey Bee Inn

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This news is a bit old, but it's something I originally missed making note of. An issue of Weekly Famitsu a few months back had an interview with Final Fantasy VII Remake director Testuya Nomura, who shares various new details about the game and it answers quite a few questions I've seen people continue to ask around the internet such as whether or not the cross-dressing section is still intact and various other special events.

 

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Here are the noteworthy tidbits:

  • The watchmen of fate (the black mist in the trailer) are new mysterious beings that appear before the party wherever they go.
  • There are quite a bit of dialogue options. The dialogue changes depending on your response, so the sheer volume of dialogue has increased.
  • The Honey Bee Inn cross-dressing event is still in. It's been made more modern.
  • There are quite a few additions to the scenario. While the main story itself hasn’t changed, there are countless new events.
  • Aerith and Tifa are double heroines. One has a western-style look and the other an eastern-style look.
  • We wanted Tifa to have abs, so she has an athletic body type. The ethics department at Square Enix also told us that we had to tighten her chest as not to get unnatural during all the intense action.
  • With an emphasis on immersion and exhilaration, you can fight without stress through the use of shortcuts. When you open the command menu, time slows and you can fight like a command battle.
  • Each playable character has different enemy affinities.
  • An item is required for MP recovery.
  • For the sake of level design, we’re preparing a few new enemies where necessary.

Final Fantasy VII Remake is due out for PlayStation 4 on March 3, 2020.

 

Source: gematsu

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Just now, Ashven288 said:

hmm, I swear square also announced a pc port, but I guess not.

I think it's extremely likely it will come to PC. Square-Enix has released pretty much all of their modern games to PC at some point: DQ11, FF 10-15, World of FF, etc.

It's mostly just a "timed exclusive" for PS4. We'll likely here an announcement for PC release 6 months to a year later.

 

I prefer PC gaming, so I tend to hold off on purchases waiting for eventual PC announcements. It sucks that they're not just upfront about it and announcing it earlier, but I understand it's a business thing and they're more likely to get people to buy the PS4 version and then double dip later by not announcing it upfront.

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