Crisis Core: Square Enix created and released Final Fantasy VII[, an action role-playing game, for the PlayStation Portable. The game, which debuted in 2007, is a prequel to the video game Final Fantasy VII, which debuted in 1997. It is a part of the metaseries Compilation of Final Fantasy VII, which also includes other Final Fantasy VII-related items.
The main character of the game is Zack Fair, a young soldier in the paramilitary group SOLDIER who is tasked with finding Genesis Rhapsodos, a soldier who has gone missing. As he looks for Genesis, Zack learns more about the history of Project G and how it relates to Sephiroth and Angeal Hewley, two other prominent SOLDIERS. The storyline of the game takes the player from the conflict between the megacorporation Shinra and the inhabitants of Wutai to the happenings in Nibelheim, concluding right before Final Fantasy VII begins.
Tetsuya Nomura designed the characters, with Hajime Tabata serving as the game’s director. Before beginning development, the Square Enix team had intended to make a PlayStation Portable port of the Before Crisis: Final Fantasy VII mobile game, but following deliberation, they chose to make a new game instead. When developing Final Fantasy VII, Kazushige Nojima had a scenario in mind that served as the basis for the plot. Materia can be combined to create stronger variants with enhanced bonuses. For instance, combining an attack materia with an elemental magic materia can produce an attack skill materia that deals physical damage as well as elemental magic damage. To further boost the power of the materia, special objects amassed during the course of the game can also be fused with it.
|Publishers||Square Enix, Inc.|
|Developers||Square Enix Co., Ltd.|
Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII Gameplay
In the action role-playing game Crisis Core, Zack Fair is controlled by the player. Zack is manoeuvred into and between open spaces by the player, giving him the opportunity to converse with other people, engage in environmental interaction, and fight creatures. The player has the option to accept one of the numerous side missions at save points; if they do, Zack is sent to a particular location to accomplish the assignment, which typically entails eliminating one or more enemies. The player receives useful things for completing the assignment successfully, and new missions are frequently made available. Whether the player completes the side quest successfully or not, Zack is brought back to the main game’s save point thereafter.
Real-time combat in Crisis Core allows the user to control Zack’s movement, launch attacks, use items, cast spells and special abilities, and block or avoid blows. Zack’s combat skills are determined by the equipment he is currently wearing.  At any given moment, a character may have up to six pieces of materia worn, each of which has the potential to grant special attacks, magical spells, or passive benefits like increased health or the ability to see a combatant’s opponent’s statistics. Throughout the game, materia can be acquired from shops, side missions, battle spoils, or exploration.
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We might have the game available for more than one platform. Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII is currently available on these platforms:
PlayStation Portable (2008)
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