The special feature TV commercial is actually in Japanese and does not have any subtitles for western fans, but it does convey the feelings of everyone who played the original game. It was aired during Fuji TV’s FNS 27-Hour TV: Japanese Sports are Strong! recently.
There were two versions: a seven-minute TV broadcast version and the extended 13-minute special edit. The commercial follows the story of an office worker who is played by
Masataka Kubota, who has never played the original game.
Several people he has encountered like his girlfriend, played by Misato Morita, and his bosses talk about it in great detail and he feels a bit left out. This got worse as a mega-fan of the game, played by Testuji Tamayama, discusses everything in super the detail and the MC’s girlfriend totally agrees with him.
Through these discussions, the office worker has become interested and could not wait for the remake. The upcoming remake title will launch on PlayStation 4. It will be released on
March 3, 2020.
Let me tell you this first. Some of the dialogue is like, in order to show some typical fan reactions and explain Final Fantasy VII Remake‘s features. Example, there is a dialogue which goes like:
“It’s gonna suck if it’s not ATB ”
“Yeah, but they added a Classic Mode that feels like the original!”.
His superiors begin occurring and on concerning however special FFVII is to those of their generation. How they keep in mind meticulous stuff just like the technique to induce the Knights of the spherical Summon Materia. And how they’re interested in what’ll happen with the remake.
Back at home, MC is watching the latest FFVII Remake trailer and asks Kana about it. This triggers a flashback concerning however Kana would watch her brother play all the time.
However, the last time Kana talked along with her older brother was over eight years past once their father died. Kana mentions Mc acting thus uninterested is simply like Cloud.