Final Fantasy VII Remake Trophy Guide

Final Fantasy VII Remake Trophy Guide. Difficulty: *** A third-person action RPG and remake of the 1997 game first released on the PlayStation One. The Platinum is of average difficulty, but quite time consuming.

Game Name Difficulty Trophies Developer Country Bronze Silver Gold Online DLC
Final Fantasy VII Remake *** 54 Square Enix Business Division 1 Japan 44 7 2 0 0

Final Fantasy VII Remake

Final Fantasy VII Remake is an action RPG and a retelling of the original 1997 Final Fantasy VII. While the game mostly follows the same story, characters, dialogue, and music from the 1997 original, the graphics have been completely redone, and the battle system has changed to a hybrid of real-time action and strategic RPG elements, similar to the fighting system in Final Fantasy XV.

Set in Midgar, a dystopian metropolis, Soldier turned mercenary Cloud Strife has joined Avalanche, an eco-terrorist group attempting to stop the Sinra megacorporation from using up the planet’s life force. As cloud embarks on missions for money, he soon sympathizes with Avalanche’s cause as well as its members, leading him to face a deadly nemesis from his past.

Final Fantasy VII Remake received positive reviews with an average score of 89%, praised for its re-imagining of the original game while remaining true to its roots, new combat system, colorful characters, beautiful graphics, and for being overall superior to its original.

The difficulty is relatively average, although you will need to put in a fair number of hours into obtaining the Platinum, hence the 3-star rating. There are no missable trophies to worry about, as a chapter select allows you to go back and mop-up anything you are missing. Two full playthroughs are required, one on either Easy or Normal, and a second on Hard mode.

Expect around 70-80 hours for the Platinum.

In the beginning, you have the option of playing on Easy or Normal. The former will make the gameplay quicker, while the latter will better prepare you for your Hard playthrough, so the choice is yours. You will need to complete the game on any mode in order to unlock Hard mode.

There are no missable trophies to worry about, so feel free to play at your leisure towards the end of the game. If you wish to avoid much backtracking however, we recommend completing all 24 available side quests, and find all 31 music discs for the Disc Jockey trophy.

After you finished your first playthrough, it’s time to use the chapter select and mop up anything you missed. This will include the Best In The Business trophy for completing all the side quests, as you will need to replay Chapter 9 and make different choices that allow you to complete the previously missed quests. In addition to Chapter 9, you will also need to replay both Chapter 3 and Chapter 8 in order to unlock the different bridal dresses for the Dressed To The Nines trophy. Check out the Final Fantasy VII Remake trophy guide links under our Links tab for more details, as well as which trophies you still may need and their requirements.

Keep in mind, however, that you will still need to replay the game on Hard mode, where you can complete the missing quests as well as obtain three of the nine bridal outfits, if you wish to avoid much backtracking. Lastly, it’s time for your playthrough on Hard mode. Here, enemies have more health and deal more damage. In addition, you will be unable to use items, and MP cannot be regenerated by resting on a bench nor through completing quests. Make sure to come prepared, such as having useful material maxed out, and acquiring the Gotterdammerung accessory which, when equipped to Cloud, will make things much easier. Hard mode can be selected from the chapter select, though the entire chapter must be played on Hard for it to count.

During this playthrough, remember to complete the missed quests in Chapter 9 and make different choices in order to view the final three bridal dresses, if you haven’t done so already. Completing the game on Hard mode will unlock the Hardened Veteran trophy, and if you’ve been following this roadmap, the Platinum trophy as well.

Here's a great Walkthrough by PowerPyx:

IGN has a Walkthrough here:

A detailed Walkthrough by Andrew Testa:

And GoldenSun has a detailed Walkthrough here:

Here's a great Trophy Guide by AerisFlowerGirl:

And a great Trophy Guide by mrrj46:

PowerPyx has a great Trophy Guide here, with plenty of videos:

And a useful Trophy Guide by Niraj Shah:

And RPG Site has a useful Trophy Guide here:

A video demonstration of the Heavenly Dart Player trophy by PowerPyx:

A Cleanup Crew trophy video demonstration by PowerPyx:

And PowerPyx's In Lockstep trophy video demonstration:

A Dressed To The Nines trophy walkthrough by chrisanimeguy:

A video by PowerPyx showing All Music Disc Locations:

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Final Fantasy VII Trophy Guide

Final Fantasy VII Trophy Guide. Difficulty: **  A third-person RPG first released on the PlayStation One in 1997. The Platinum requires some time, though is straight-forward and not particularly difficult if enabling cheats.

Game Name Difficulty Trophies Developer Country Bronze Silver Gold Online DLC
Final Fantasy VII ** 32 Square Japan 13 13 5 0 0

Final Fantasy VII

Final Fantasy VII is a third-person RPG first released on the PlayStation One in 1997, eventually revamped in HD with trophy support for the PlayStation 4 in 2015, while maintaining the same graphics, story and gameplay as the original. Like in previous Final Fantasy titles, players explore a map, collecting items and fulfilling quests, while fighting randomly encountered enemies in turn-based battles. Characters may level-up by acquiring experience points earned after each battle.

The world, referred to as the Planet, is having its Lifestream energy drained by the Sinra Electric Power Company. Cloud Strife, who was once a 1st Class Soldier, joins with Avalanche, a small rebellion bent on stopping the Sinra Electric Power Company.

The original 1997 Final Fantasy VII received high praise with an average score of 95%, praised for its graphics, story, interesting characters, and gameplay.

The game allows the use of cheats, such as Turbo Mode and No Encounter Mode to make things quicker, and God Mode to make things easier. Using these cheats will not disable trophies, and make your route to the Platinum much easier. While there are a few missable trophies, most of them are quite straight forward. As long as you follow some of the guides under our Links tab, the Platinum is not particularly difficult, nor overtly time consuming.

Expect around 30-40 hours for the Platinum, depending on your use of the cheats.

Most of the missable trophies are in the first part of the game, up until the end of the City of the Ancients. These include the Consummate Cross-Dresser trophy for having Don Corneo chose Cloud over the two females, the Waiting In The Wings trophy for obtaining the Bahamut Materia, the See The Light trophy for learning the Great Gospel, and the Best Bromance trophy for going on a date with Barret in the Gold Saucer. Be sure to check out details on these trophies in the Final Fantasy VII trophy guide links under our Links tab. Also, there is a Best Bromance Walkthrough under our Links tab, as well.

Once that is all done, you can go ahead and play through the game up until the Northern Cavern, which is the final dungeon. At this point, be sure to make a separate save which you can reload later.

Now, it’s time to get all the other trophies. There are some miscellaneous ones to collect, as well as some grinding to do, especially for amassing 99,999,999 gil for the Coming Up All Nines trophy, and reaching level 99 with a character for the Liege Of Leveling trophy. Feel free to enable the cheats to make these steps much easier and quicker. Also again, check out the Final Fantasy VII trophy guide links under our Links tab for more details on what you still need.

Once all that is done, it’s time to complete the game and unlock the final trophy, A Feat Of Meteoric Proportions, as well as the Platinum. It should be noted that facing the final boss at level 99 will cause him to be stronger, which is why we recommended creating a save beforehand.

First, here's a Walkthrough on IGN:

And a text-based Waltkhrough by Absolute Steve:

Here's a great Trophy Guide by PapasitoPenguin:

And a great Trophy Guide by TakahashiDemon, TfT_02, and DPtheGod:

KeyBlade999 has a useful Trophy Guide here:

And a useful Trophy Guide by Jeggedcom:

And an Achievement Guide (same as the trophies on PS4) by The Pants Party:

SirkSirk put together a Best Bromance Walkthrough here:

And a Gold Chocobo Breeding Guide by PapasitoPenguin:

And a Chocobo Breeding Guide by gmorris7897:

And a Weapon Guide by JHaglund:

Finally, here's a basic Trophy List: