Gamer spends 500 hours on a initial territory of Final Fantasy VII for an violent achievement

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

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

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

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

And this man has seen it by – respect!

Gamer spends 500 hours on a initial 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 a strange Playstation chronicle of a diversion that means no speeding adult battles and some reduction than rapid conflict transition speeds.

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

At least, we THINK he’s joking…

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