Final Fantasy 7 Remake, the original and the enemies compared in an interesting video

Final Fantasy 7 Remake, the original and the enemies compared in an interesting video

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Final Fantasy 7 Remake, the original and the enemies compared in an interesting video

Final Fantasy 7 Remake compared to its predecessor, it has a noticeable improvement on a technical level. And it is precisely this graphic and technical improvement that is the main reason for the creation of the remake, as players have spent years asking for it to take advantage of the advantages of new technologies. Times have changed a lot since then, as more than 20 years have passed.

However, the YouTuber named Yoyo-Dodo makes it easy for us to see how the video game industry has evolved over two decades, pitting the enemy designs of the original Final Fantasy 7 face to face with those that appear in the Remake and Intermission DLC. The author has created all the content by listing the numerous enemies that Cloud, Tifa, Aeris and company have to face.

It will be interested to take a look at the saga as it evolves or maybe in the next remakes to come. As for the second episode of Final Fantasy 7 Remake, the director stated that he will take some ideas, especially as regards the combat, from the Intermission DLC released on PlayStation 5.

Final Fantasy 7 Remake is currently available on PlayStation 4, while Final Fantasy Intergrade on PlayStation 5.

Source: YouTube

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