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Crisis Core nearing completion

By Kionae 3172 days ago
Category: Final Fantasy News
Tagged with : compilation : psp
Linked games : Final Fantasy 7 : Final Fantasy 7: Crisis Core
In a recent interview with Dengeki Playstation magazine, Crisis Core director Hajime Tabata and Tetsuya Nomura that the fourth installment in the Compilation (and the last of the Compilation titles announced thus far) is approximatly 90% complete. According to Tabata, all that remains is compressing data to fit on a UMD. Good news, considering that the game is due to be released in Japan in August.

Additionally, the games length is greater than that of just about any handheld title ever released, clocking in at a whopping 100+ hours for full completion (Tabata noted that the basic storyline could be completed in about 30 hours, so apparently there are quite a lot of extra things to do outside of the main plot). Nomura mentioned that there would likely be a special edition of the game.

Tabata also implied that Crisis Core may not bee the end of the Compilation of FF7, but that future decisions were in the hands of Yoshinori Kitase and Tetsuya Nomura.

In addition, it was revealed that Limit Breaks will level up and players will be able to combine two materias. Also, each character will have a special "memory fragment" related to them, but neither Tabata nor Nomura elaborated on this.

Crisis Core's soundtrack will see several songs from the original Final Fantasy VII soundtrack, but will also get plenty of new songs.

Source: palgn.com.au and RPGamer

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By: FallenKnight

On: 11:50 Jun 4th, 2007
this is got to be the best news of the day for me i knew it would be done hopefully this year and now all i have to do is buy a PSP then wait for it to come.....

By: Dr. Leonard H. McCoy

On: 01:29 Jun 4th, 2007
On a related note, I ordered Valkyrie Profile: Lenneth. Shipped today.

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