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Expert Tips Crisis Core: Final Fantasy 7 Reunion Doesn't Tell You
Early on in "Crisis Core: Final Fantasy 7 – Reunion," it might seem like some of the more flashy and colorful enemy attacks might be impossible to dodge, especially in boss battles. However, Zack’s dodge roll can be used to circumvent nearly every attack if players take the time to learn the attack patterns of the enemies and bosses, making it a great tool at any point in the game.
There are all kinds of side missions in "Crisis Core: Final Fantasy 7 – Reunion," which start to unlock after the first couple chapters have been completed. These missions are great to play and replay if players find themselves struggling with the main missions, as the side quests can be used to upgrade Materia, gather more Soldier Points, or obtain other benefits along the way.
When playing an RPG, some players will want to save their items and aids just in case they come across a difficult enemy — but this can be completely avoided in “Reunion.” The game gives players access to a shop that offers a constantly growing list of cheap items that allows them to use aids without fear of needing them later.
There’s a lot to see and do in "Crisis Core: Final Fantasy 7 – Reunion," which may cause some players to worry about missing something important. Though it's not exactly advertised heavily in the first runthrough, “Reunion” has a New Game Plus mode that unlocks after the game has been completed, giving players a second shot at grabbing anything they missed.