Final Fantasy VII Remake 2018 VS 2019 Gameplay Footage Compared

It has been many years since Square Enix first officially announced the Final Fantasy VII Remake. As such, many were worried that the development on the game might have stalled ^(, but yesterday’s release of the gameplay footage from the game ^( has revealed that things are progressing rather nicely.

In fact, if you were interested in seeing how far along Square Enix has come, a video put together by YouTuber Cycu1 has compared footage from a video released in 2018 to the latest video released yesterday, and boy, are the differences like night and day. If you thought that the video released in 2018 looked good, then 2019’s graphics seem to be much better.

This isn’t to say that what Square Enix had four years ago was bad, it’s just that things have greatly improved since then, as expected. We should point out that the video released yesterday had a disclaimer that said that video was shot using development footage, meaning that there is a chance that things could further improve upon ahead of the game’s release.

At the moment, there is still no word on when Final Fantasy VII Remake will be released, but Square Enix recently confirmed that the game will be released in multiple parts ^( and that more details are expected to be revealed this coming June.

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Mortal Kombat 11 on Switch finally gets gameplay footage

Mortal Kombat 11 on Switch finally gets gameplay footage screenshot

With less than a week to go until Mortal Kombat 11 ^( launches, it was very surprising that WB Games and NetherRealm Studios hadn’t shown off any footage of the Switch version. A demo was playable at PAX East this year and looked damn impressive, but only people lucky enough to attend the event have seen it (my mother being one of them). Was there some crazy problem we didn’t know about?

As is turns out, no. Mortal Kombat 11 just looks really impressive for a Switch title. While this new trailer is basically a sizzle reel of content with no context, you can see the slightly downgraded visuals and compressed FMV cutscenes on display, confirming its Switch status. It’s still identifiably MK11, just with less detail. Everything runs at 60 FPS and it doesn’t hinder gameplay at all.