Long, twisted, Japanese, at times genial, at times menial!
Final Fantasy 7: origin is all over the place, and that's saying something given that the entire Final Fantasy series has been known for its range and diversity. But this 7th title surely knows how to put diversity mid center, hehe! In terms of looks it's like a very carefully developed and produced 16 bit game, with loads of 2d top down areas, that will take you through cities, will take you through green, white, sandy places and so much more. The RPG itself is still relatively classic to the series, played in turns, quite engaging, and, I would argue, pretty diverse, though it sure takes someone with a high resistance level for grind based mechanics to truly love it! But, certainly, Final Fantasy 7: origin is a good game in the series, a game that offers a lot to those that love its very specific genre tropes and its very specific bits. So, yeah, basically of you are a fan of Final Fantasy games, this 7th title will remind you of the first few titles, at least in the build and in the perspective, though in execution it sure is much more modern than, say, the very first title. Yeah, though, the Japanese are different, baby, they're a world apart from us, so, yeah, consider that too, this game sure doesn't excuse itself for being exactly that!