This week in Q&A Quest we discuss recent RPG news. We also go into a spoiler-filled discussion of Final Fantasy VII Remake near the end of the show, so be warned.
Tagged: Final Fantasy VII Remake
It’s a slightly more potty mouthed cast than usual, as Alice joins Peter, Kelley, Anna Marie and Chris to discuss what the cast has been playing for the week. Anna Marie’s 5-hour rule resurfaces and we explore what crazy black holes Chris has been down this week, alongside the news and your feedback.
There’s not a ton of news right now, which isn’t a big surprise considering the current challenges of making games. Instead we deep dive into our current games, with Jonathan, Josh, Kelley and Peter leading the charge. Anna Marie and Chris share hosting duties to wrap up this week’s panel.
RPGamer is currently looking into providing audio-visual versions of our regular written reviews. To help gauge the potential of doing this, we have produced a video version of our Final Fantasy VII Remake review and would like to hear if future videos are of interest.
We’re back with a juicy show to kick off May. Alex, Chris, Josh, and Kelley join host Anna Marie for a catch-up segment of what we’ve all been playing for the last two weeks. News of the last two weeks gets a little weird as games are being delayed left and right, yet Indivisible somehow gets released early? What a weird world we live in.
In this article Erik van Asselt looks at the recent much anticipated remake of Final Fantasy VII. And he finds out it is not his cup of tea.
Matt Masem guest stars this week to help the hosts go on even more tangents than usual. Mike Apps also fails again to pronounce Atelier correctly and consistently.
Alex, Josh, Kelley, and Peter join hosts Chris and Anna Marie for a lively show, but be warned: CONTAINS PERSONA 5 ROYAL AND FINAL FANTASY 7 REMAKE SPOILERS in the Now Playing section. Beyond that, the panel discusses news of the day, including the bizarre Cooking Mama drama. Hey, that rhymes!
This week in Q&A Quest we discuss Final Fantasy VII Remake. We also discuss the Atelier series.
The first part of the Final Fantasy VII Remake has finally arrived. Exactly how successful the full project is remains to be seen, but if nothing else the opening act has done everything it could in getting our reviewer incredibly excited for the second.
Alex, Kelley, Nathan, and Peter have all descended into the slums of Midgar, so the Final Fantasy VII Remake dominates our Now Playing, but Anna Marie still manages to answer a question left over from last week about Persona 5 Royal. Our listeners recount their memories of the original FF7 and we even manage to squeak in some news of the week too.
Final Fantasy VII Remake is already in some people’s hands but Zack Webster only just recently managed to finish the 1997 original. How does the classic feel to a first-timer over twenty years after its original release?
Square Enix released its fourth entry in the Inside Final Fantasy VII Remake video series. The latest video highlights the game’s music ahead of its official launch tomorrow.
Square Enix released the third episode in its “Inside Final Fantasy VII Remake” video series. The company also released a somewhat spoilery final trailer ahead of the game’s official launch next week.
Square Enix is working to ensure as many players as possible are able to play Final Fantasy VII Remake on launch day. The company provided an update on the shipments of the game’s physical release.
The second episode of Square Enix’s inside look at the development of Final Fantasy VII Remake has been released. The video features interviews with the developers focusing on the game’s story and characters.
Square Enix has started a new series videos about the creation of the Final Fantasy VII Remake. In addition to the first introduction video, featuring interviews with a number of senior developers, there is also a new batch of screenshots.
We missed you all last week, but we’re back with a bunch of hot topics, including the FF7R demo, Dragon Quest of the Stars, and which alien Kelley got busy with in Mass Effect. Anna Marie gets really confused about review scores, and we can’t really decide when a Millennial starts and a Gen-X ends. Of course, none of that matters because Animal Crossing is almost here!
RPGamers can now try out Final Fantasy VII Remake on their own consoles. The demo version of the game is now available to download for PS4 and takes players through the opening bombing mission.
The opening cinematic movie for the upcoming Final Fantasy VII Remake has surfaced. The sequence shows extended scenes, some of which were introduced during the original game’s prelude.