Square Enix has done it again! If you thought Final fantasy VII was awesome, you should probably run to your favorite psp-games shop and locate “final fantasy vii2” – Square Enix’s best game ever made (so far).
Crisis core is classified as an action role player game, in which the combat system is real time 3d, and with high definition graphics, who could ask for more?
Crisis core’s real time active combat system including moving around a lot, being able to attack, block or dodge, use special abilities, spells or items if you like, and of course the unique LIMIT system.
This game is a “MUST” for everyone who ever liked the final fantasy products, and although I’m sure that there would be those who already had the game ordered few weeks before it even came out (like myself), this review wasn’t made for them. This review is for those who consider getting the game, and in my opinion on the scale from one to ten, this game gets twenty.
The game was designed specifically for those who like the epic final fantasy vii’s tale, along with advanced awesome graphics, great audio, and beautiful cut-scenes (seriously, “youtube” them!).
The game takes place right after the ps2 game: “dirge of careberous”, and before the first version of final fantasy VII to pc and in parallel to the T.V series.
The only playable character would be Zack Fair, the 2nd class SOLDIER operative, but don’t let that put you down, Zack is a tough guy, with cool moves and funny voice.
So what is SOLDIER? SOLDIER is an elite group of soldiers that has been implanted with Jenova’s cells (to be short, Jenova is a being that came out in meteor from the sky, tried to destroy earth, was captured and put in a lab by shinra’s forces, and was being experimented on by a scientist named hojo) in order to possess superior agility, immense strength, and ridiculous speed, the SOLDIER group is divided into three sections. The SOLDIER organization belongs to Shinra Electric power company, along with their covered branch, the turks.
At the beginning of the game the player becomes acquainted with Angeal (– a father like character to Zack, and his teacher, he’s the one who gave Zack his cool buster sword, which was later given to Cloud Strife), Genesis (– a first class SOLDIER and a friend of both Angeal and Zack), and least but not last the legendary SOLDIER, the strongest one of them all, the undefeated Sephiroth.
During the game Zack will meet few friends from the first version of the game (“final fantasy vii”), and together they’ll take you through the war with the Wutai until the events at Nebelheim, and it will end at the final fantasy vii 1’s beginning, making the story sequential.
This game defiantly beats up all the sequels, and it promises at least 27 hours of playing through the essential missions and the story, not counting the hundreds of quest possible… after playing the game rest assured you, just like me, would google daily for a sequel.