Final Fantasy VII Reunion’s slot machine combat disappoints certain fans: Just look at all the memes honoring Zack Fair, the hero of Crisis Core. To see how popular the series is among Final Fantasy fans. However, not all gamers like the original game’s slot machine-like battle system, Digital Mind Wave.
The DMW mechanism is returning for Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII Reunion, whether you like it or not.
The official Final Fantasy VII Twitter account verified the information, which also provided a short overview of the DMW.
It states that Zack may activate powerful Limit Break attacks. Or get numerous status bonuses by lining up identical numbers or graphics. The slots rotate automatically during the fight, much as in the original game. But different effects trigger if three identical symbols line up.
The menu includes bonuses like invincibility, no magic cost, and no ability cost. In addition, you may activate a Limit Break with an animated flashback of the corresponding character if you line up three character images.
Final Fantasy VII Reunion’s slot machine combat disappoints certain fans
Three images of Sephiroth, for instance, unleash Octoslash, whereas three ideas of Aerith, on the other hand, unleash Healing Wave.
Zack’s ability to recall earlier encounters and the fighting strategies of his allies explains this approach. However, whether or whether they are justified, some Crisis Core fans dislike the system and the element of chance that goes along with it.
Just look at the comments left on the tweet above to see how many people upset that it include in the remaster. The DMW is a controversial element even though it does (in a manner we won’t reveal here) tie into the game’s conclusion.
Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII Reunion will be released this winter, but the precise date hasn’t been made public yet. The remastered version of the game will be available to many more people than the PSP version.
The reunion will be available for the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch. And PC through Steam, as said in the introduction.