Crisis Core Final Fantasy 7 Reunion Released With A Blunder

Crisis Core Final Fantasy 7 Reunion Released With A Blunder

Final Fantasy 7 is a game developed and published by Square Enix for the PlayStation portable. The game was initially released in 2007 and is now back in a remake version of Crisis Core Final Fantasy 7 – Reunion. Crisis Core Reunion is a remaster of the 2007 version with updated graphics, combat systems and soundtrack.

Final Fantasy 7 was already a huge hit and a fan-favourite game. Gamers loved it for its thrilling gameplay, engaging story, characters, and a lot more than the game had to offer. Fans are now once again excited and thrilled to play the game, and refresh their memories of the 15-year-old masterpiece in the action RPG category.

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Image: Square Enix

Final fantasy reunion features

Final Fantasy is undoubtedly one of the most beloved video game series, and fans have been excited and eager to play the game again ever since the remaster version was announced. The remastered version has new features added while also keeping the original feel and fun of the game.

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Image: Square Enix
  • Updated graphics remastered in HD, with renewed 3D models, including characters and backgrounds, enriching the visual experience
  •  An improved battle system provides a vastly smoother gameplay experience
  • The remastered version has fully-voiced dialogue
  • The new soundtrack was arranged by composer, Takeharu Ishimoto

The blunder that fans found funny

As much as we all loved the game and found it to be a pretty great gameplay experience, the game somehow had an image with a Getty watermark slip through the sight of everyone involved in the pre-release stage. Although this event may provoke many thoughts like, “Were they planning to use the image without paying”, or “That’s okay, must be a mistake”, all it is right now is hilarious.

The game has a scene where there is a wall painting. This wall painting is the image that has the watermark of Getty images. This slip-up was first noticed by Kotaku, and you can view the original image by the Artist John Crowther: Ludgate Circus, London, 1881, on the Getty Images website.

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Image via Kotaku

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