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FINAL FANTASY VII G-BIKE is a high-speed action chase game coming to iOS and Android devices. The game merges high-speed bike chases with RPG elements such as character customization, development and item collection. You may remember the G-BIKE minigame from Final Fantasy VII. It was playable at a specific point in the main story or from the Gold Saucer amusement park. Now that minigame has been remade for mobile devices.
CONTROLS & INTERFACE
Controlling Cloud and his motorcycle happens by moving your finger or by tilting your smartphone. The left picture shows the gameplay interface: At the top, you can see the distance to your goal, the limit break gauge is located to the right corner, the menu/pause and the support abilities are at the upper left corner, the lower left corner is dedicated for the magic abilities, and the lower middle is for the hit points.
In the right picture, you can see the main customization menu. The Japanese language menu has sections for the materia and the weapons.
Since the player will solely focus on controlling the motorcycle, Cloud will automatically attack closer enemies. Cloud can also use his magic abilities (fire, blizzard, etc.). The spells can be executed by clicking the magic icon. By defeating the enemies, Cloud’s limit break gauge fills up, and once full, he can perform his limit break. To perfectly perform the limit break, the player needs to tap the screen at the right moment. Once in a while, Cloud may get assist from multiple foes such as Tifa!
NEW LOCATIONS, OUTFITS & MOTORCYCLES
You won’t be driving around Midgar forever! The developers have revealed that they will be adding new courses and locations to the game. As mentioned previously, the customization plays a big part in Final Fantasy VII G-Bike. There will be multiple outfits available for Cloud, but they will be challenging to unlock. The new illustration by Tetsuya Nomura is actually one of the new outfits Cloud is getting for the game. The players can unlock new motorcycles skins as well.Final Fantasy VII G-Bike: New Details on Controls, Customization, Limit Break, Outfits and More FINAL FANTASY VII G-BIKE is a high-speed action chase game coming to iOS and Android devices. The game merges high-speed bike chases with RPG elements such as character customization, development and item collection.
Tokyo Game Show 2014 has ended now, but there are still new reveals and information to share with you. Last night, Square Enix held a talk show for their upcoming mobile games such as Final Fantasy VII G-Bike. During the presentation, they revealed a new Cloud illustration by Tetsuya Nomura itself.
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This week has been crazy when it comes to new Final Fantasy XV content: a new trailer, a playable demo announcement, a live demonstration and much more. And there won’t be another a year and half long hiatus for new reveals, if we can believe the game director, Hajime Tabata. According to Tabata: “Final Fantasy XV will likely appear at Jump Festa 2015, because we want to make a big impression (=…
Square Enix has showed a completely playable version of Final Fantasy XV for the first time ever! The live demo is known as “The Overture”, and it was used to premiere the new key features of Luminous Engine, and showcase the gameplay in real time. The demo is located the same city (Accordo) as the E3 2013 gameplay trailer. Though, the E3 2013 footage was running on Ebony engine, not on Luminous like now.
Dynamic Weather & Day-Night Cycle Systems
The demo started with a presentation of dynamic weather and day-night cycle systems. When it’s raining, snowing or shining, the environment and objects will react accordingly. As the day goes on, lighting and shadows will change dynamically, and you can stand in one place and see the day cycle with changing weather conditions. The city of Accordo reacts to the night as well, and all the buildings will turn on their lighting during the night.
New Gameplay Details:
The end half of the demo was dedicated for the battle system. During the battle sequence, Noctis and his friends were challenged by a group of Goblins and a Behemoth. You could see Noctis using his teleportation and magic abilities, but also wielding his multiple weapons such a spear and a sword. Another key feature revealed was “the linking system” that allows characters to pair and perform a strong attacks together. We were also introduced with the character switch system, which was shown back in 2011. Now in 2014, you just need to press a button to seamlessly change from a character to another. Attacking, guarding and evading happens by pressing the buttons, and by holding down the guard/attack button, the character will use them automatically. The auto-mode still needs more explanation since it may not be as simple as it sounds.
Thanks to SQEXGAL for additional details on the Ebony engine.Everything About Final Fantasy XV: The Overture Live Demo Square Enix has showed a completely playable version of Final Fantasy XV for the first time ever!
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