RRPG Two-Cents: ‘Crisis Core -Final Fantasy VII- Reunion’ More Than a Remake?!

Recently, it was announced that 2007 PSP game, Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII, is going to be remade for modern consoles. With this announcement, it quickly took fans by storm, aside from the other reveal being Final Fantasy VII Rebirth for the Playstation 5. However, after looking at the trailer, I have come to believe that this remake is more than what it seems. Now, what I mean is that this Crisis Core remake will be similar to how the Final Fantasy VII Remake has been produced. So, this Two-Cents…

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RRPG Two-Cents: Sony & the Gran Turismo 7 Problem

Gran Turismo 7, at its core, is a great game. However, there are some issues that have been a consistent problem ever since the game released. Now, since the conception of microtransactions and DRM in video games, they have become constant problems for single player games. Yet, why is it that a great game like this, has these problems when they should not be presented here? Well, RRPG will delivers his thoughts on the matter at hand pertaining to this perplexing situation. Also, we hope that solving these problems will…

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RRPG Two-Cents: PlayStation Brand Morale & Future

Hey there Hero-Club this is RRPG Reviews, and today I am presenting the newest installment in my RRPG Two-Cents series. Normally featured on my personal YouTube Channel, the series is about video editorials on various topics, mostly gaming news. However, I currently plan to promote the series here on Hero-Club, since I am not active enough on the site.   Now, today’s video is about the current situation regarding Sony, and their attempts to release ‘blockbuster’ video games. For those unaware, this is a response to the story that Bloomberg…

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Bandai Announces Mobile Suit Gundam: Senjō no Kizuna II Arcade Game

Bandai Namco recently announced during the Japan Amusement Expo (JAEPO) in Chiba that the company is developing a sequel to their arcade game, Mobile Suit Gundam: Senjō no Kizuna (Bonds of the Battlefield). For those unaware, the first game has been seen as an amazing success in Japan since its launch in November 2006. Gameplay involves players stepping into a P.O.D. (Panoramic Optical Display), where they get to control Mobile Suits from the One Year War of the Universal Century. In addition, the game allows players to battle among each…

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RRPG’s Final Fantasy Retrospective – Episode 9 Final Fantasy XII & Ivalice

Hero Club is proud to present the newest installment of RRPG’s Final Fantasy Retrospective! In Episode 9, I, RRPG talk about the game designer named Yasumi Matsuno who would become one of the most prolific individuals in the Japanese video game industry. For those unaware, Mr. Matsuno is responsible for creating a mythology that surrounds a world he would conceive called Ivalice.   Alternate titles in the franchise like Final Fantasy Tactics, Vagrant Story, and Final Fantasy Tactics Advance highlighted how much potential that the world of Ivalice featured. With…

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RRPG Side-Quests – Valkyrie Profile is Coming to Smartphones!

To be even more specific, Valkyrie Profile’s PSP re-release is making its way onto iOS and Android for this Spring in Japan. Now, do I think it is coming to the West? Yeah, it should eventually be released here in North America. Do I see Valkyrie Profile being re-released onto Steam sometime late? Yes! I have a gut feeling that we will eventually get this game on smartphones and on Steam. In addition, I do raise points as to why smartphone gaming is a viable gaming platform and why Square…

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RRPG Final Fantasy Retrospective – Episode 3 Final Fantasy IV & V

Hero Club is proud to present the Final Fantasy Retrospective hosted by me, RRPG; a series I began nearly two years ago on my personal YouTube Channel. In Episode 3, I look at the series’ first 16-bit installment that became what was dubbed as the ultimate Final Fantasy game with Final Fantasy IV. After that, I dig deep into one of the most overlooked gems in the franchise that was originally showing fatigue to the overall brand with Final Fantasy V. The fourth game came out in July 1991 for…

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RRPG’s Final Fantasy Retrospective – Episode 2 Final Fantasy II & III

Hero Club is proud to present the Final Fantasy Retrospective hosted by me, RRPG; a series I began nearly two years ago on my personal YouTube Channel. In Episode 2, I take a look at the next, two entries within the Famicom trilogy as Final Fantasy II became a drastic departure of the first game which did not become very receptive between the press, or the public. Following the second installment, Hironobu Sakaguchi took the best qualities of its predecessors to create the best outing on the 8-bit home console with…

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RRPG’s Final Fantasy Retrospective – Episode 1 Final Fantasy I

Hero Club is proud to present the Final Fantasy Retrospective hosted by me, RRPG; a series I began nearly two years ago on my personal YouTube Channel. In Episode 1, I take a look at the very first game that kick-started this iconic franchise, Final Fantasy I. Series creator, Hironobu Sakaguchi, intended to make a RPG for years before Square Enix gave him the chance. However, when the time came to being Sakaguchi’s dream project, he alongside his friend, Nobuo Uematsu (series composer), and newly hired concept artist, Yoshitaka Amano…

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