Final Fantasy 7 Remake (FF7 Remake) Gameplay Walkthrough Part 4 of the FF7 (Final Fantasy VII) PS4 Remake Full Game Story Campaign including a Review and Mission 4 for PS4 Pro. My 2020 PS4 Final Fantasy 7 Remake Gameplay Walkthrough will feature the Full Game for Cloud Strife, Tifa Lockhart, Aerith Gainsborough, Barret Wallace, Vincent Valentine, Red XIII, Yuffie Kisaragi, Cid Highwind, Sephiroth and the entire Midgar Story. This Final Fantasy 7 Remake Gameplay Walkthrough includes a Review, Reaction, Boss Battles, Theme, FF7 Remake, Story Missions, Campaign Chapters, Single Player, OST, Soundtrack, Cinematics, Cut Scenes, DLC and more until the Ending of the Single Player Story. Thanks Square Enix for giving me Final Fantasy 7 Remake! Membership: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpqXJOEqGS-TCnazcHCo0rA/join Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=theradbrad Twitter: http://twitter.com/thaRadBrad Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/theRadBrad Final Fantasy VII Remake is an action role-playing game developed and published by Square Enix. The game is a remake of the 1997 PlayStation game Final Fantasy VII. Square Enix plans to release the game in episodic installments, with the first scheduled for release on April 10, 2020 for the PlayStation 4 with timed exclusivity until April 10, 2021. Players control mercenary Cloud Strife as he and eco-terrorist group AVALANCHE battle the corrupt Shinra megacorporation from using the planet's life essence as a energy source. Events send them on the way of the legendary soldier Sephiroth, who desires to possess the life essence to become a demigod. The gameplay combines real-time action similar to Dissidia Final Fantasy with other strategic elements. Exploration and battle mechanics both take place in real-time, like Final Fantasy XV. The game features an altered "Active Time Battle" (ATB) system from the original, which gradually fills up slowly, or can fill faster with attacks. Once it is filled, the player can halt the action and use special abilities such as magic, items, and special moves. The player can also assign these special abilities to shortcut buttons, allowing them to play entirely in real-time without pausing. Each special ability uses up a segment of the ATB bar. The player can also switch between party members at any time. Each party member has their own individual skills, such as Cloud's close-quarters melee attacks and Barret's long-range distance attacks. Players will also be able to use magic and summons, and a Limit Break gauge allows characters to perform more powerful attacks once charged. Producer Yoshinori Kitase stated that while the game has more real-time elements, there would still be strategic elements, such as selecting weapons and magic for each character to wield.
DOOM ETERNAL Walkthrough Gameplay Part 19 - FORTRESS SECRETS (FULL GAME)
Doom Eternal Walkthrough Gameplay Part 19 includes a Review, Gameplay, Walkthrough and Campaign Mission 9 of the DOOM Eternal Single Player for PS4 Pro, Xbox One X, Nintendo Switch, Google Stadia and PC. This DOOM Eternal Gameplay Walkthrough will include a Review, Full Game, All Bosses, Cheat Codes, Sentinel Batteries, Empyrean Keys, Demon Prison, Marauder, Sentinel Crystals, Slayer Key, Slayer Gate, BFG 9000, BFG 10000, Weapon Points, Campaign Missions, Single Player and New Gameplay of the Single Player Campaign all the way to the Ending. Thanks Bethesda for Doom Eternal! Membership: /channel/UCpqXJOEqGS-TCnazcHCo0rA/join Subscribe: /subscription_center?add_user=theradbrad Twitter: /thaRadBrad Facebook: /theRadBrad Doom Eternal Campaign Missions include: Intro / Prologue, Exultia, Cultist Base, Doom Hunter Base, Super Nest, Arc Complex, Mars Core, Sentinel Prime and more. Doom Eternal is an reboot sequel to the 2016 Doom reboot. The game will launch on March 20, 2020 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PC, and Google Stadia. Two years after the events of 2016's Doom, Earth has been overrun by demonic forces. The Doom Slayer, having previously been teleported to an unknown location, returns to Earth with a new arsenal of weapons to save the human race from annihilation. Players once again take on the role of the Doom Slayer, an ancient warrior who battles the demonic forces of Hell, from a first-person perspective. The game continues its predecessor's emphasis on "push-forward" combat, encouraging the player to aggressively engage enemies in order to acquire health, ammo and armor. The player has access to various firearms, such as the Combat Shotgun, Super Shotgun, Heavy Cannon, Rocket Launcher, Plasma Rifle, BFG 9000, and Ballista. Melee weapons such as a chainsaw, the "Crucible Blade" energy sword and a retractable arm-blade "Doomblade" can also be used. The arm-blade provides the opportunity for a larger variety of quick and violent "glory kill" executions, which always drop extra health. The Super Shotgun is now equipped with a "Meat Hook", which slingshots the player towards an enemy, functioning as a grappling hook in both combat scenarios and environmental navigation. The Doom Slayer's armor now includes an Equipment Launcher with the ability to lob grenades and ice bombs, as well as a Flamethrower that provides protection from fire-based attacks. A new feature added is the ability to invade another player's game, in a system called "Invasion." Invading players can team up and spawn in a player's single-player playthrough as enemies. The Doom Slayer moves faster than in the previous game, and is now equipped with a shoulder cannon on his left, which can be used to fire grenades or a burst of flame. It operates on a cooldown. There is an increased focus on mobility in the game. The Doom Slayer gains a grappling hook (via the Super Shotgun), the ability to perform short boosts along the ground, and swing from poles. Two boosts can be used at a time before having to recharge.