It features the Midgar section of Final Fantasy VII but this has been vastly expanded with new activities and side quests.
Except for Accessories, Armor, and Materia you must find all other collectibles and do all 26 side quests. A minimum of 2 playthroughs is needed. Beat the game once to unlock hard difficulty, then beat it again on hard.
Hard difficulty is not available from the start, which means 2 playthroughs minimum. You unlock hard when beating the story on any difficulty. After finishing the story on any difficulty, you also unlock Chapter Select. So nothing is truly missable. You can go back everywhere. However, some chapters go on for 3 hours or more so if you miss something late into a chapter you would have to replay a lot of it. Since you need 2 playthroughs minimum 1 easy to unlock hard, 1 on hardyou can also get missing things on the hard playthrough.
Your main priorities should be getting all Side Quests, trophy-relevant collectibles Music Discs, Weapons, Johnny Incidents, 3 of 9 Dresses and the semi-missable Chapter-specific trophies. Side Quests:. The game is very linear and basically everything is in plain sight. Nothing is super hidden and the semi-missable trophies are mostly tied to minigames.
If you reach a minigame it will have a trophy for it all minigames do. Just play thoroughly, get what you can and mop up the rest in chapter select or on your hard playthrough. After the story you get access to Chapter Select and Hard Difficulty. Assuming you did all other side quests on the first playthrough you will unlock the trophy for all quests now.
Complete all your remaining Battle Intel Reports, there are 20 total. Everything carries over. All your equipment, character level etc.
Not doing the Chapter 8 quests gives a new dress for Aerith and not doing Chapter 9 quests gives a new one for Cloud. All you should have left are the last 3 Bridal Dresses. Finish Chapter 3 and exit make sure you play Chapter 3 to the end. Bonds of Friendship Free a bound ally. Some enemies will occasionally bind your party members with unblockable attacks. If your character is bound and unable to act, quickly switch to a different character and attack.
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This will free the bound party member and unlock the trophy. When you stand in front of it, it will sometimes grab you and hold you in the air.
Odds are this will come naturally over the course of the game. Staggering Start Stagger an enemy. Automatic story-related trophy, cannot be missed. You can do this as early as the first guard dog you encounter. Over the course of the story you will automatically stagger hundreds of enemies. Music Collector Collect 3 music discs.Home Discussions Workshop Market Broadcasts.
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Disc 1 - Part 1. Disc 1 - Part 2. Disc 2 - Part 1. Disc 2 - Part 2. Disc 2 - Part 3. Disc 3 - Part 1. Disc 3 - Part 2. Disc 3 - Part 3. Disc 4.In this chapter, you can complete a handful of side quests that have an impact on certain elements of the game. In this guide, we will explain how to complete all side missions in Chapter 9 of Final Fantasy 7 Remake. There are 5 side missions in Chapter 9 and each can cancel out another side mission. Your choices have a real impact on what side quests become available to you.
This is a very short side mission in Chapter 9 of FF7 Remake. Speak with Jules to get this odd job and then simply beat Ronnie in the squatting mini-game of Final Fantasy 7 Remake.
If you manage to beat him you will complete this side mission. However, there are certain requirements you need to meet before you can get this side quest. This is an annoying side quest as you will have to speak with a lot of people and run around like an errand boy. Follow Johhny to the den and find the drunk father slouched on a stool to the right. Now go to the Materia Shop and speak with the Vendor, he will ask you for an item from the vending machine. Head to the Inn and use the secret vending machine, you can use your Assess Materia on the vending machine to be lucky.
Until you get the item you want, The Sauce, keep trying the vending machine. Head back to the vendor with The Sauce and he will tell you to go to the restaurant.
Go and speak with the owner of the restaurant and he will ask for advice to improve his food. Select the Stove, Power Supply, or the Stove. If your Materia level is 2 you will get a Remedy. If it is 3 you will get a Moogle Medal. In the end, you will get a Medicine Voucher which is the main item you were looking for. The next objective is to find the pharmacist and deliver medicine. Depending on your Cleansing Materia level you will have to find some people.
At level 3 you will have to find three sick people. Now head back to the clothes shop. Speak with Sam to get this chapter 9 side quest in Final Fantasy 7 Remake.
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However, here are some requirements you need to meet first. Speak with the Gatekeeper to get the side mission in Final Fantasy 7 Remake.
However, you need to complete some requirements. An avid fan of the stealth-shooter genre, Jake is Respawnfirst's co-founder and Lead News Editor with over 5-years of experience. He prefers tactical-based shooters over mainstream titles and regards PS4 and PC as his choice of gaming platforms. The coin flips do not matter in getting the quests.
The description of Tifa does not matter in the following 2 quests. Currently working on getting all the dresses for everyone. It seems the Johnny part is true. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. By Jake Bishop April 11, Author Recent Posts.You can also find what features can help you get things you missed, so read on to get everything the game has to offer! List of Contents. Since there is no real way to re-do a chapter until you clear the game, you won't be able to go back and get any items missed while doing your first playthrough of the story.
We recommend making sure you destroy Shinra boxes and find all the chests as you go along! Story Walkthrough. Although most items obtained from enemies with the Steal Materia can be purchased in shops, there are a few items that are only obtained in this way. A notable example is Eligor 's Bladed Staffa weapon for Aerith — If you defeat this boss without stealing its item, you'll miss the chance to get this item for the rest of the game.
Be sure to check out our full Steal List to make sure you don't miss any of the important items nabbed this way! The Side Quests that are available for each chapter is pre-determined and locked to that chapter, so they are all missable. When you get to a certain point in the chapter, if you haven't finished all of the Side Quests for that chapter yet, a pop-up notification will inform you that you will lose your chance to complete them.
At this point, you can determine whether you want to continue anyway, or go back and complete all the Side Quests. You gain more than just reward items for clearing the side quests, so try to clear all of them before you continue to the next chapter.
List of Side Quests. Like the original FF7, the remake features a number of minigames playable throughout the main story. Most of these minigames are available for Cloud to participate as many times as he wants, but after he continues to the next chapter, he won't be able to play these games again. On the other hand, some minigames only allow one chance to play them, and you won't be able to play them again unless you reload your save to a previous point. Each of these Minigames are associated with a particular Trophy, so be sure to save before playing each of these games if you're looking to get all the Trophies in the game!
Minigame Trophies and Tips. There is a way to reset Weapon Skills, so even if you've used Skill points on the wrong skills accidentally, you can re-do them. List of Battle Intel Reports and Rewards. Once you've cleared the game, you will unlock a feature called Chapter Selectas well as Hard Mode.
This allows you to revisit all chapters with your current level and equipment, and all items, Side Quests, cutscenes, etc.Catoblepasthe missable summon from Final Fantasy V. Permanently missable content refers to an item, character, sidequestability, or spell, that can be obtained at one point of the game, but can be missed permanently if the player does not acquire it before reaching a certain part, or before its location becomes unrevisitable.
Rare items are often harder to obtain once the game is played past a particular point. In some cases missable content is also rare to begin with, but rarity in itself has no bearing on whether an item can be missed. Although nothing in the game ever becomes inaccessible, the limited inventory system in the NES version requires the player to discard or sell some rare equipment along the way. The player can knowingly leave certain treasure chests unopened so that all unique items remain available.
The Zodiac versions introduce various changesalthough many of the original missables remain, apart from the Zodiac Spear when it comes to "forbidden chests" and many missable treasures.
The player can re-roll jobs in the Xbox One and Switch versions, and thus these missables no longer apply in these versions. If the player does not land on Floor 50 of the Infinity Spire exactly the number of floors the player advances depends on the number of days passedthey will miss the chance to battle Omega and obtain the Omega Symbol accessory. The same is true for the Wyrm on floor 99, which drops the sword Ragnarok Primealthough the latter is much less likely to happen.
Anything for sale after the encounter with Rolan inside Rolan's Soul remains available for purchase. Except for the items found inside Pirate's Hideoutchests will not change their contents. Multiplayer Shop's items never change. However, the following items have a small window of opportunity to obtain them. There is an achievement related to possessing all items, and if those below are not obtained, this achievement is missed. Sign In Don't have an account?
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It's very easy to miss some side quests, so I decided to put up a list of all of them I'm yet to see a guide that covers every single one from this list, and yet I may have still missed something. The "! A Towerful of Mice must be done before going to the Isle of Mists! Cabaret must be done before going to the Isle of Mists! King's Gambit must be done before going to the Isle of Mists!
The Last Wish must be done before going to the Isle of Mists! Last edited: Jul 28, Thanks for your effort! Why do you claim KH quests need to be completed before the battle? I completed mine post-story and everything was fine.
Could you possibly add a section about quests that due to bugs must be done in a specific order or else they will fail or be impossible to complete? Thanks again. Because 'Bastion' requires the lamp maybe add a requirement of completing 'Magic Lamp' first. Last edited: Jul 27, Xannot Rookie 3 Jul 28, Very good list. KataGuruma Rookie 5 Aug 9, Wow this is one detailed list! Xannot Rookie 6 Aug 19, I'll thinking about writing a step-by-step checklist guide including the order of doing all of the side quests in the game so that you can play and relax without stressing out that you'll miss something.
I'm almost done with all of the side quests on my research-like playthrough, so I'll probably start writing it soon. I've made a new, simplified and a bit updated list, not mentioning the choices you have to make during main quests [experienced players know them well] that are needed to trigger some of the side quests. I'm thinking about putting it in the first post but for now let's put it here: complete as soon as possible!
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These items are items that, if you don't get it the first time, you won't be able to get again. This list is a compilation of my own findings and information from multiple websites but all verified and wrote in my own words!
This item has been added to your Favorites. Created by. Guide Index. Missable Items on Disc 1! Missable Items on Disc 2! Missable Items on Disc 3! Thanks for reading this guide! Sector 7 Slums Puchase the Iron Bangle from the accessory shop, this will be un-purchasable later in the game. You can't get this item at any other time. Defeat Deenglow or Cripshay enemies or a chance to obtain Graviball. Can be obtained one other time on Disc 2 as a rare steal from the annoying Shadow Maker enemy in Sector 8 on your return to Midgar.
This is 1 of 2 chances in the game to see the notice. On Floor 63 you have a chance of grabbing some coupons. DON'T trade these in to get prizes as they are unique items.
To get the items you must open the first door on the top and the third door from the right, go into the first room and grab Coupon A. To get to the other room you have to climb into the air duct to grab Coupon B. After this you can open the door blocking the middle room to get Coupon C. The computer in the room allows you to exchange the coupons for these items: Star Pendant, a Four Slots, and an All Materia.