‘Final Fantasy VII Remake’ Draws Several Negative Reactions; Producer Yoshinori Kitase Tries To Explain [Watch Trailer Now!]
For gamers across different consoles and platforms, the “Final Fantasy VII Remake” have stirred various reactions because of the information released by Square Enix that it will be offered in episodes. Most avid supporters of the game can’t understand why they have to do this, hence, the cause of online burst of opinions. It reached to the extent that one of the people behind its creative team tried to appease the gamers.
The producer Yoshinori Kitase posted in a blog site about this matter, according to Forbes. He said, “One thing that we wanted to be clear about during this weekend to accompany the new trailer was the scale of this project. We wanted to tell you this now and not in the future so that you’d share our vision for what we want to deliver.“
He also added “The biggest reason why we haven’t done a remake until now is because it’s a massive undertaking to reconstruct Final Fantasy VII from the ground up with the current technology. Producing a proper HD remake of Final Fantasy VII that maintains the same feeling of density of the original would result in a volume of content that couldn’t possibly fit into one installment.”
The producer acknowledged all the online users’ opinions and addressed the issue. He explained, “We’ve seen everyone’s comments and reactions to the news that Final Fantasy VII Remake will be a multi-part series and many have speculated correctly as to the reason why we have made this decision. If we were to try to fit everything from the original into one remake installment, we would have to cut various parts and create a condensed version of “Final Fantasy VII”. We knew none of you would have wanted that.”
In a report from Anime News Network, the other changes that gamers can anticipate are the storyline, character designs, and battle system.
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