Getting to the core of things
We’re less than 3 weeks away from the release of Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII Reunion, a remake of Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII, which released on the PSP in 2007. Leading up to the game’s launch, Square Enix is sharing a few more tidbits about the experience.
In a new interview, Tetsuya Nomura (Final Fantasy VII Rebirth creative director / Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII Reunion creative director and character designer) spoke about a few details on the upcoming remake. In particular, we got to hear some more tidbits about music, story and the meaning of the game’s name. You can see those details below.
- the original PSP music will not be included, as the game uses an arranged soundtrack
- nothing has been changed from a story perspective
- The ‘Reunion’ subtitle was originally considered for Final Fantasy VII Remake
- The team went with Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII Reunion as a title to reflect ‘meeting again’