So after completing FF7R earlier this year, I was really excited to finally play a remaster of Crisis Core with the same new graphics. (Except the CGI scenes are still circa 2007 lol) Let’s see how things panned out! As usual, Kanade commentary will be in blue.
Well finally that they ported FF7R to PC and there was a sale I decided to buckle down to play the last final fantasy game that I have not yet played. Unfortunately this port was to suffer the same fate as most of Square Enix’s other FF ports: It was terrible and put a huge damper on my playtime experience. That said, the game itself and the characters and story were great enough to make up for it that I plowed through to the end. As usual my husband’s commentary is in green.
Our heroine Catarina Claes just freed herself from the bad end by friendzoning everyone in the anime and decides to go on a cruise with her step-bro Keith in the place of her parents on one of the Quido cruise ships along with other people form her country. Unfortunately she doesn’t realize she is now involved in some international intrigue over oil and wealth and pirates, that’s apparently part of a fandisk now being played by her friend IRL. 🤣🤣
Our heroine Yamada Oscar was given a weeb name by her otaku (and famous actress) mom whose favorite shoujo manga was Rose of Versailles. 😂 Like her mom, she’s also a huge otaku, but she likes a manga called RomaKoi where her favorite dude is Hikaru-sama who she has plastered all over her bedroom. She goes to a famous acting school but there’s a caste system where you have both the rich and the “normal” students attending. Needless to say there’s a huge divide between the two. Because Oscar is great at remembering lines after only reading them once, she gets scouted to join a newly formed acting club called Lumiere. Lumiere was formed by Maki Nozomi, a former member of another theatre group called Soleil. The teacher who leads Soleil, keeps trying to sabotage Lumiere so it’s up to Oscar, and Lumiere to ward off the attempts and win the upcoming acting competition to prove they are a real club who can stand out on their own.
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