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There are 5 Johnny Incidents in Final Fantasy 7 Remake and experiencing all of them unlocks the “Johnny Experience” trophy. While some of these incidents are fairly simple to experience, others require you to go a little out of your way. Similar to other collectibles in the game, nothing is missable since you can always replay completed chapters to experience the missing incidents. In this guide, we’ll go over everything you need to know about finding all the Johnny Incidents in FFVII Remake. Final Fantasy 7 Remake The following are all 5 incidents involving Johnny that you can experience in FF7 Remake in order to unlock the “Johnny Experience” trophy. Johnny Incident #1 Where/When to Find: Chapter #4 | Seventh Heaven bar Once you’re done with all the side missions of the 4th chapter, head toward the Seventh Heaven bar to complete “A Job Well Done” objective. While you’re on…

There are 31 music discs that you need to find in Final Fantasy 7 Remake to unlock the “Disc Jockey” trophy. These music discs, containing Final Fantasy soundtrack, are mostly found in cities and can be collected after completing the game. Each music disc in FFVII Remake is accompanied by a unique track title and number, therefore, it’s possible that the first music disc you find may be Music Disc #27 or something like that. In this guide, we’ll go over the locations of all music disc collectibles in Final Fantasy 7 Remake. Final Fantasy 7 Remake music discs locations The following are the locations of all the music disc collectibles that you can find in Final Fantasy VII Remake: Music Disc #3 – Tifa’s Theme You need to go to the Seventh Heaven bar during the 3rd chapter and interact with the jukebox. Music Disc #27 – Hip Hop…

A well-loved series for gamers, Final Fantasy 7 Remake, is expected to be yet another adventure-filled version of the fantasy franchise. It is evident though that the game tends to be rather difficult as it progresses, especially when the hard difficulty option is unlocked once you have completed the game. In this Final Fantasy 7 guide, we will give you all the tips we can to prepare you for the tough places in the game. Final Fantasy 7 Remake Tips And Tricks The following are some useful tips and tricks that you should keep in mind when playing FF7: Unlocking Extra Materia Slots When you receive a new weapon or get to level up in Final Fantasy 7 Remake, points will also be awarded for using on your weapons, in the form of SP. Each of the weapons has an SP tree, even the ones you get later on in…

Final Fantasy 7 Remake Chapter 9 is The Town Never Sleeps. 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. Final Fantasy 7 Remake Chapter 9 Side Quests 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. Burning Thighs Reward: 3 Mega-Potions, HP and MP restored 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. The Party Never Stops…

In our Final Fantasy 7 Remake guide, we will help you with how to defeat Rude, whom you will encounter in chapter 8 of the game. How To Beat Rude After dealing with Reno, you’ll face his buddy Rude in chapter 8 of FF7 Remake. Like the reno boss fight, this one is also a duel. Here is how to defeat Rude in Final Fantasy 7 Remake. Phase 1 While Reno was fast and slick, Rude’s attacks are bigger, more powerful and difficult to block. However, you need to be in the Punisher mode to deal with this boss. Wind materia is recommended as it’ll help you a lot and keep it on Aerith. Instead of blocking Rude’s attacks, you need to dodge and dodge sideways not backward. Do whatever you can to avoid both Running Tackle and Haymaker attack as they deal a lot of damage. However, Rude will…

There are a total of five types of Materia in FFVII Remake. Magic Materia or Green Materia in Final Fantasy 7 Remake allow you to use powerful magical spells at the cost of MP. These magical abilities consist of a range of elemental attacks that can be used on a variety of enemy types. In this guide, we’ll go over locations where you’ll be able to find Magic Materia in FF7 Remake. For the locations of other types of Materia, you can check the following guides: Support Materia Locations Command Materia Locations Summoning Materia Locations Independent Materia Locations Final Fantasy 7 Remake Magic Materia Locations The following are all the different locations where you can find Magic Materia in FFVII Remake: Magic Materia Where to Find Healing Materia Automatically acquired during Chapter #2. Cleansing Materia Complete the “Rat Problem” and buy it for 300 Gil. Revival Materia You’ll find it…

As the name suggests, Support Materia or Blue Materia in Final Fantasy 7 Remake can be used with another Materia to further boost its effects. In this guide, we’ll go over all the locations where you’ll be able to find all the Blue Materia in FF7 Remake. For the locations of other types of Materia, you can check the following guides: Magic Materia Locations Command Materia Locations Summoning Materia Locations Independent Materia Locations Final Fantasy 7 Remake Support Materia Locations The following are all the different locations where you can find Support Materia in FFVII Remake: Support Materia Where to Find Elemental Materia To be updated. Magnify Materia Found in Sector 6 Slums during Chapter #9 – near the third mechanical arm puzzle. Warding Materia Found in Aqueduct #1 before you progress toward the objective in Chapter #10. Synergy Materia Complete Chadley’s Battle Intel Reports #6, #7, #8, and #9.…

Command Materia or Yellow Materia in Final Fantasy 7 Remake allows you to use additional commands to your abilities that you can use in battle. Since you’re primarily relying on commands with these Materia, you’ll need to have ATB in order to use them. For the locations of other types of Materia, you can check the following guides: Magic Materia Locations Support Materia Locations Summoning Materia Locations Independent Materia Locations Final Fantasy 7 Remake Command Materia Locations The following are all the different locations where you can find Command Materia in FFVII Remake: Command Materia Where to Find Chakra Materia Tifa’s starting Materia but it can also be found in a room on the right side of the church during Chapter #14 and by freeing Kotch in the dungeon inside Corneo’s office during Chapter #9. Assess Materia Automatically acquired from Chadley. ATB Boost Materia Complete Chadley’s Battle Intel Report #4.…

In this guide, we’ll go over the locations of all the Independent Materia or Purple Materia in Final Fantasy 7 Remake. Independent Materia in FF7 Remake are the ones which provide effects that can’t be fit in other Materia like increasing HP among other passive bonuses. For the locations of other types of Materia, you can check the following guides: Magic Materia Locations Support Materia Locations Command Materia Locations Summoning Materia Locations Final Fantasy 7 Remake Independent Materia Locations The following are all the different locations where you can find Independent Materia in FFVII Remake: Independent Materia Where to Find HP Up Materia The first one is in Upper Sector 8 behind a white van, one can be found in Section B, Switchyard 2 during Chapter #11 before heading up the ladder, and the last one can be found inside an air duct in Shinra Building during Chapter #16. MP…

Our Final Fantasy 7 Remake guide will help you step-b-step on how to beat Reno as efficiently as possible so you can move on in the game. How To Beat Reno You’ll face Reno in Chapter 8 of FF7 Remake and here is how to defeat him. As the fight begins, take out the security officers and then shift your focus towards Reno himself. In this boss fight, you need to keep a balance between speed and defense. You need to block Reno’s attacks in order to open him up to your attacks. Reno tends to zip across behind the player and attack. You need to use Guard when this happens. Also, you can deal a significant amount of damage to Reno using Punisher Mode counter-attacks but, you have to time them. Follow up on these attacks with ATB abilities if you can. Definitely block him when he uses his…