Marvel's Avengers and FFVII Remake is Definitely Worth the Wait

News // Final Fantasy VII Remake // Marvel's Avengers // By pets_torrefranca // 12 June 2019

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May 11, 2017, Square Enix shared its financial report for the fiscal year ending March 31, 2017. What makes this report relevant is the fact that it marks the first day of the long wait for two of their biggest and most anticipated titles: Marvel's Avengers and FFVII Remake. After more than two years, we finally got the first of many gameplay trailers for both game titles, which, from the looks of it is definitely worth the wait. With that said, let's take a quick look at some of the gameplay elements for both games. 
 
Marvel's Avengers Trailer Screenshot
 
First off is Marvel's Avengers which despite the absence of actual gameplay has managed to show-off a trailer created from its in-engine footage, which, from the looks of it, could be the best video game rendition of the Avengers to date. Square Enix also shared an overview of the game's narrative which more or less is about redemption.
 
Marvel's Avengers Trailer Screenshot
 
Marvel's Avengers is scheduled to launch on May 15, 2020, for the PS4, Xbox One, Stadia, and PC. PlayStation 4 owners who pre-order the game will have a chance to play the Beta version of the game. 
 
Final Fantasy VII Remake Gameplay Screenshot
 
With that out of the way, its time to take a look at Final Fantasy VII Remake's impressive battle system and various editions. Take a look at the various editions below. 
 
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FFVII Remake Deluxe Edition
 
FFVII Remake Deluxe Edition $79.99 USD
  • A Sephiroth Steelbook® Case
  • A hardcover art book featuring stunning concept art
  • A Mini-Soundtrack CD
  • Summon Materia DLC that lets you summon Cactuar in game
 
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FFVII Remake First Class Edition
 
FFVII Remake First Class Edition $259.99 USD
  • A Sephiroth Steelbook® Case
  • A hardcover art book featuring stunning concept art
  • A Mini-Soundtrack CD
  • Summon Materia DLC that lets you summon Cactuar in game
  • Summon Marteria DLC that lets you summon Carbuncle in game
  • A Play Arts Kai Cloud Strife and Hardy Daytona box set (bundled separately    
 
Going back to the Battle System, Final Fantasy VII Remake features a combat system that combines the excitement of real-time action with the strategic elements of command-based combat and it looks amazing.  You can check out the videos below for a more detailed look on the game's combat. Final Fantasy VII Remake is scheduled to launch on March 3, 2020, for the PlayStation 4. Stay tuned for more gaming news and updates.

"Marvel's Avengers Extended E3 2019 Trailer"

"Final Fantasy 7 Remake E3 2018 Full BOSS Fight Gameplay" 

Source: Square Enix, Izuniy