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Final Fantasy VII: Crisis Core

by Square Enix
Sony PSP
 Ages 16 and Over
4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (33 customer reviews)

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Game Information

  • Platform:   Sony PSP
  • PEGI Rating: Ages 16 and Over Suitable for 16 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 16. By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 16 years of age or over.
  • Media: Video Game

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  • ASIN: B001AM83EW
  • Release Date: 20 Jun 2008
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (33 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 7,194 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

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Product Description

•Complete the FINAL FANTASY VII experience and reunite with the most recognized RPG characters created by world-renowned character designer Tetsuya Nomura.

•Witness stunning graphics and gorgeous CG cutscenes coupled with top-notch voice acting in a 16:9 widescreen presentation, made possible by the PSP system hardware.

•Innovative DMW (Digital Mind Wave) system enhances the action-packed real-time battle system, allowing players to unleash special attacks or call upon iconic FINAL FANTASY summons.

•Take on challenges with the all-new "Hard Mode" which was not in the original Japanese release.

•Acquire unique accessories, items and abilities made available through 300 side missions to further enrich the gameplay experience.

Manufacturer's Description

CRISIS CORE -FINAL FANTASY VII-, the highly anticipated entry in the Compilation of FINAL FANTASY VII, takes fans on an exciting journey through the origin of the internationally acclaimed FINAL FANTASY VII saga in an all-new action-packed experience. Developed exclusively for the PSP system, CRISIS CORE -FINAL FANTASY VII- marks the return of the celebrated game world that mesmerised many millions of gamers around the globe. With inspiring visuals, full 16:9 widescreen presentation and an engaging battle system, fans and newcomers alike can experience the world of FINAL FANTASY VII from an all-new perspective.

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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A Contrasting Opinion 31 July 2008
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Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
If I may offer a different view for potential buyers interested in this game, I'll try to be quick.

As a large and long time fan of FFVII (my first FF experience) I was sorely dissapointed to find that the weakest aspect to this game was the story. Three factors contibute to this fault: horrendous dialogue; over the top cheesy US voice acting; and character motives that have no real understanding behind them. It creates a frustrating and at times offensive experience, particularly for those that enjoyed and cherish characters realised in FFVII.

Surprisingly the main draw for me, and the reason I score this game so highly, is the gameplay in here. I wont specify the mechanics but suffice to say it is a great offering and will quench your needs whether you want a long sitting or a quick fix on the bus to work- you will get hooked.

The star of the show (for EU gamers only) is the hard mode, which really turns the story mode and the side missions (all 300 of them) into a real challenge right from the start. I relished this challenge right till the end as it really kept the combat interesting throughout my 30+ hours with Crisis Core.

The music, while well produced, is at times relentlessly repititous and considering most of it is heavy metal/ techno hybrid buzz it really can get dull after time or even right off the bat depending on your personal tastes. Battle sound effects are top notch, however environmental noises are virtually non-existent.

To conclude, Crisis Core's shallow story will no doubt appease younger fans and satisfy those who found Advent Children to be the best thing sinse sliced Sephiroth.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great prequel to the great game 24 Mar 2010
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Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
Square Enix have really pulled their socks up to create this brilliant game. They have payed a lot of attention to the original FFVII game to develop this game. The storyline is excellent and unique because it has a classic theme like FFVII's and of course the events in this game tie in with the events of FFVII. They have rearranged the materia system to another version which is just as much fun. The graphics are superb for the PSP and there are some very good cutscenes which include the summons. The best thing is active combat mode which allows the player to run around in the battle and select the actions to take (attack, materia, item, etc). However, the storyline game is relatively short compared to the many optional missions that can be done.

This is a great game for not only FFVII lovers but all gamers and I would definitely recommend it. A premium addition to the FFVII collection.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
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Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
Final Fantasy crisis core is a spin off from one of Final Fantasy's most successful titles; Final Fantasy 7. Actually FF 7 is a whole series in its own right and I can only say that if you give this game a chance you will not regret buying it.

Gameplay

Gameplay itself can get slightly repetitive at times, particular in the many side quests in the game, but for the best part of this game I wasn't getting bored. You fight in real time in crisis core and although some may find the controls difficult to get a grasp on at first, they wont let you down once you've really got into the game. Graphic wise this game does look outstanding. Many a time I marvelled at the how they crammed all the different locations and people into one little UMD disk. Although this game is getting a little old in some aspects, the CGI is still defiantly the best CGI I have seen on PSP. The few CGI clips you see really are amazing particularly a fight between 3 of the main characters.

Story

The story might be seen as quite weak by some, and I can see where people are coming from but honestly if you play this game all the way through you will see how square enix has made the most amazing ending anyone could hope for. Even if you don't fully understand the story, which I thought was quite easy to grasp, you will become emotional whatever sort of person you are. Its ending truly is that good.

So this game has the gameplay for RPG lovers and the story line for any FF fan. And even if you and average gamer like me I can not recommend this game enough as the ending truly is the most dramatic, and emotional thing I have ever experienced from and fictional and non-fictional story. Please, I can not recommend this enough. Enjoy!
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4.0 out of 5 stars a good game but may require past experience 18 April 2009
By kmania
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Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
if you are a ff VII buff (like me) you will have no doubt noticed references to a character known as zack fair as well as those who have watched advent children this story centers around zack 7 years before the start of ff VII it sets a twisted plot while shallow is still incredibly intertwined like most final fantasies however the way to get the best experience out of this game is to play before crissis ff VII (which is quite hard to find) this will fill in the story about the turks zack cloud aerith (they use her real name not aeris) and the first avalanche playing these two together flesh the story out in immense detail the storey is set out into main missions and the main source of replay the side missions in which you can do various fun (although repetitive) activities and you learn alot about sub characters e.g. why yuffie is a materia hunter you even inadvertantly name seventh heaven there are around 300 side missions which range from complete pushovers to absolute hardcore this is were you can find new materia items or DMW (digital mind wave think a new overdrive system) items including summons miscelleneous charactors (chocobo moogle tonberry cactuar and magic pot) that increase your stats in several ways the DMW operates by spining a roulette with pictures of charactors if 2 match you enter a special mode were if you get the same 3rd image you enter overdrive each attack is different and has several abilities and once unlocked summons can randomly appear numbers spin in each image if all 3 numbers are 7 you will level up defeating enemies increases the chance of this happening also if you got 2 identical numbers in the slots the materia in that slot will level up this game is graet and has a huge replay value but stand alone the storey is incredibly lacking so try to find before crisis for mobile to help flesh it out
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5.0 out of 5 stars Emotional roller coaster.
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Published 8 months ago by Jose Luis Gonzalez
4.0 out of 5 stars fab. 10/10.
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Published 10 months ago by X_Hannah_X
5.0 out of 5 stars Sad Game
My word, this game had me almost in tears by the end. Anyone who's played FFVII knows it's coming, but it's still sad. Read more
Published 13 months ago by J. Oram
5.0 out of 5 stars Loved it
Absolutely loved this game...took a while to come but it still came in perfect condition!!
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Published 15 months ago by Matilda
3.0 out of 5 stars Upset in most ways...
I bought this game to to being a major fan of the Final Fantasy franchise, especially Final Fantasy VII. Read more
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5.0 out of 5 stars More than worth it
This game just gives you the perfect background for the epic Final Fantasy VII. Delightful CG scenes and the awesome story of Zack, along with the awesome action RPG engine, makes... Read more
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