Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade - Isn't a tweaked Retelling
RPG Site says that the new Final Fantasy 7 trilogy isn't just a retelling of the old Final Fantasy VII:
It's time to accept and embrace that the Final Fantasy VII Remake trilogy isn't a tweaked retelling - it’s going full Kingdom Hearts
With yesterday's Final Fantasy VII 25th Anniversary stream bringing with it several new announcements, we now finally know what the future holds for the FF7 universe, including confirmation about certain aspects of the remainder of the retelling of that classic game's story kicked off with 2020's Final Fantasy VII Remake.
The most splashy news was the announcement of the second game in the series, Final Fantasy VII Rebirth. But the most interesting news was undoubtedly the confirmation that the 'FF7 remake' series will be three parts, and made up of three games - FF7 Remake, Rebirth, and one final title that we’ll learn of at a much later date. Buried within all of this was an implicit confirmation of something that fans have been debating since credits first rolled on FF7 Remake's first part - this time, things are going to be different.
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