Final Fantasy VII Remake: What defines a Final Fantasy game?

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Video by Matt S.

The upcoming release of Final Fantasy VII Remake has had many people talking about what defines a Final Fantasy game – as we all know, each title has its own unique setting, characters, and narrative, so what is it exactly that the series shares?

In this video I explore the three most important qualities that I look for in a “Final Fantasy” game – how I differentiate this series from the many other JRPGs I enjoy, and what makes them unique – and interesting – enough that decades after playing the first one I still get excited every time I get to play a new one.

Do let me know what defines a Final Fantasy game to you in the comments! It’s an interesting discussion!

– Matt S. 
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