‘Dramatic’ Changes Coming to FINAL FANTASY VII Remake
The director of the upcoming FFVII remake, Tetsuya Nomura, has a tough job at hand, what with having to please an insatiable fanbase, but he may have gotten off on the wrong foot by announcing that there will be dramatic changes made to the gameplay of the eagerly-awaited remake.
While some changes are going to have to happen, we predict there will be an uproar if Nomura decides to replace the ATB system with something more akin to what is used in the newer Final Fantasy games. After all, many people are excited for FFVII because it will throwback to the days when JRPGs, particularly those produced by Square, weren’t desperately crawling all over themselves to appeal to western gamers. Only time will tell, and hopefully these ‘dramatic’ changes work out for the better. Assassin’s Creed is back once again, which is sure to delight people who want a glitchy gaming experience that still doesn’t offer all that much beyond what the second game came out with. Okay, so that might be a tad cynical, but there are an awful lot of gamers who got burned last year for being early adopters of an Assassin’s Creed game, so Ubisoft best have their act together for Syndicate. You’ll get what you expect, which is all you need if you’re a fan.