Gamer spends 500 hours on the first territory of Final Fantasy VII for an violent achievement

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Gamer spends 500 hours on the first territory of Final Fantasy VII for an violent achievement
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It’s one of the many renouned games of all time and the opening of Final Fantasy VII is iconic and noted – but is the nostalgia adequate to keep you in the first reactor for 500 hours? You’d consider that nobody would be that besotted with the steady battles with Shinra soldiers and robots and nonetheless one person has dedicated two years of their gaming life (on and off, you understand) in the section. 

And it was all to perform a mind boggling plea – to get Cloud and Barret up to turn 99 before the first boss. The positively violent feat understandably took an age given the insignificant knowledge offering by the pointless battles in the reactor but player CirclMastr kept at it and finally did it – and here’s the video to infer it.

We’ve skipped to the finish  which we suppose you’d appreciate us for unless you have a illusion for the same series of battles over and over:

Explaining the plan to Kotaku, the player said that he had been watchful for someone else to finish the outrageous task, but when they clearly gave up, he got undone and took it up himself.

And this man has seen it by – respect!

Gamer spends 500 hours on the first territory of Final Fantasy VII for an violent achievement
(Picture: CirclMastr)

What creates it even some-more considerable is that it was all played on the strange Playstation chronicle of the diversion which means no speeding up battles and some reduction than rapid battle transition speeds.

The doubt is, where do they go from here? He quipped: ‘I’m substantially going to start getting Terra to turn 99 before Whelk in Final Fantasy VI on Wednesday.’

At least, we THINK he’s joking…

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