Followers. However, there is the problem of the remake as well.

The Canon First, let’s list in order of publication all the FFVII games that have come out since 1997 and the release of the original FFVII: Before Crisis (2004) Final Fantasy VII Snowboarding (2005) Dirge of Cerberus (2006) Dirge of Cerberus Lost Episode (2006) Crisis Core (2007) Final Fantasy VII …

When was that decided?It is non-canon to the remake not the original. The remake could be its own separate thingPretty sure they've stated officially that the Remake will have its own separate canon. The Identity Of Jessie's Informant

Crisis Core is non-canon?

yes And Yuffie was both born a few years before and a few months after the Wutai War. Forum Posts. Got it. Pretty sure all that junk in the compilation is canon. With this remake they just said fuck you to crisis core canon ending.

Don't forget to talk to the little girl by the east exit of the slums street. Or will the remake team create a plot hole between the two games? While he didn’t specify which titles lose their place in FF7 canon, one might assume that since Crisis Core takes place before Final Fantasy 7 Remake, it remains mostly true. Or will the remake team create a plot hole between the two games? This was not someones fan project. OurSin_360. Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII ... With the remake expanding and altering the canon of Final Fantasy VII, will Crisis Core's story still be canon? I am pissed. Follow 6351. First released in 2007, the game is a prequel to the 1997 video game Final Fantasy VII and is a part of the metaseries Compilation of Final Fantasy VII, which includes other products related to the original game. With the remake expanding and altering the canon of Final Fantasy VII, will Crisis Core's story still be canon?

I honestly don't remember any of Gakt's scenes), and the combat is good but the mission design gets repetitive. I was pretty done with that by the time I finished. It's possible the remake isn't connected to the compilation. And it stands to reason that the Remake is, and must be, its own separate game.

Wiki Points. For Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII on the PSP, a GameFAQs message board topic titled "Which would you consider cannon (Spoilers)". 0. dentedsky posted... MEGAze posted... unitedinkilling posted... it is canon…

it is canon,you disliking it doesn't mean its not So Zack can kill Minerva but gets killed by a few Shinra security guards? — Mikey Ray Cochran (@Mikey5Cochran) April 3, 2020.

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Go home square you drunk. The status screen in the  Final Fantasy VII Remake  describes the Buster Sword as "A large broadsword that has inherited the hopes of those who fight," confirming that its significance from  Crisis Core  is still part of the canon. Yes, whether people like it or not, it's canon. On one hand, it almost doesn't matter either way.

Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII is an action role-playing game developed and published by Square Enix for the PlayStation Portable.

Are you really gonna kill any emotional impact that scene had in crisis core.

This will unlock Mission 2-1-4 in the Missions menu. On one hand, it almost doesn't matter either way. I liked Crisis Core for its story and characters (the pre-existing ones at least. EDIT: Here is the video so take what you want from it.

I think it was a YouTube video so I will see if I can look it up. 0. 4 years ago .