FFVII in IOS

VladDracule

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There was a bunch of talk regarding the FFVII remake previously, however i just discovered the original was ported over to IOS,

I for one love it when they port great classics like this to tablets
 

twonunpackmule

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I don't. They tend to lock the save file to the game itself. Meaning, a bad update can erase your save file.

It happened with me on Chrono Trigger. Never again.
 

Verge

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I don't. They tend to lock the save file to the game itself. Meaning, a bad update can erase your save file.

It happened with me on Chrono Trigger. Never again.


How many times can I play the same game?


I guess it sucks having a decent memory.
 

cthulhuiscool

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I dont get porting console games to phone/tab at all. No tactile feedback for the controller is necessarily going to make it a worse experience to play unless the ui and control system is completely overhauled. Sure you can connect a controller to it, but then you might as well just be playing it on a laptop. That said, the only thing that pleasantly surprised me about this particular port is that it includes a free stat maxing function. Not that I would want to use it, but it is nice to see a cheat included in a game that is NOT paid dlc. Remember when cheat codes were a thing? Ah memories...
 

CEpeep

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I don't. They tend to lock the save file to the game itself. Meaning, a bad update can erase your save file.

It happened with me on Chrono Trigger. Never again.

This has iCloud support, so no worries there. As long as you're backing up your save occasionally, you'll be fine.

I dont get porting console games to phone/tab at all. No tactile feedback for the controller is necessarily going to make it a worse experience to play unless the ui and control system is completely overhauled. Sure you can connect a controller to it, but then you might as well just be playing it on a laptop.

I don't really need tactile feedback from the controller to play a turn-based RPG. I could see some of the game's action sequences being tricky though.
 
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