During chapter nine in the FF7 Remake, you will run into a choice involving a coin toss. Check out this Final Fantasy 7 Remake Heads or Tails choice guide to find out which one to pick. Wouldn’t want to get it wrong and miss out on something special.
Sam calls it as Tails and you lose. He mentions that Aerith isn’t really the Dons type and that Tifa is going to win forsure. Cloud asks to see the coin and you find out it is double sided, you can’t win against him. Though it is cheating, that is how they do things down here in Sector 6. Not much you can do about it but move on.
Tails never fails, except in this instance. He will call it heads and say that you lose. He also mentions that Aerith isn’t the Dons type. Afterwards, you get Sam’s coin and find out that it is double sided, you can’t win this bet. Aerith is upset that he cheated but Cloud says you live and learn. Aerith says that it is still cheating and you move on.
Cloud says no thanks and Aerith will call heads. Sam flips the coin and calls it as Tails and that you lose. Again he mentions that Aerith isn’t the right cup of tea for the Don. Sam will show Cloud the coin and you see that it is double sided, this was a bet you couldn’t win. Live and learn. If you want Aerith to make the call this is the choice for you, but it doesn’t matter a ton.
Check back soon for more Final Fantasy 7 Remake guides.
The largest update for Fallout 76 to date, Bethesda Softworks announced today that Fallout 76: Wastelanders will come out on April 14, 2020 for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.
This release will focus on how two opposing factions – the Settlers and the Raiders – are in a fight for the secrets of West Virginia are revealed, with the player being the one to tip the scales.and you will be the one to tip the scales.
Included in this release is an all-new main quest that begins the moment players leave Vault 76. Human NPCs will make their appearance, along with new creatures and gear. Players will be tasked with making a number of choices that affect their reputation, and a number of optimization and interface improvements have been included.
Take a look at some of the character designs making their way to SEGA’s Sakura Wars with the latest video for the title.
The video, which can be seen below, takes a behind-the-scenes look at some of the talented team members behind this upcoming title. Character designers Shigenori Soejima (Persona 5), Noizi Ito (The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya), and Ken Sugimori (Pokémon), along with the designs of Hakushu Murasame, Itsuki Saijo, Hiromi Hongo, and Peanut are all highlighted.
Sakura Wars – Designer Spotlight: Soejima / Ito / Sugimori
Combining action role-playing, dating sim and visual novel elements, Sakura Wars tasks players with leading the Imperial Combat Revue as they compete in a worldwide tournament of Combat Revues and take on different demons.
The game will come out for the PlayStation 4 on April 28, 2020.
Triple Rewards await all those that dive into Stockpile, Air Force Zero, and Top Fun in Rockstar Games’ GTA Online this week.
In addition to the Triple Rewards in these Aerial Combat Modes, players can also earn double withany Smuggler’s Run Sell Mission through April 15.
Those looking for a little something extra can cop a one-time GTA$500,000 gift simply by play GTA Online. The money will be in your Maze Bank account within seven days.
In addition, Daily Objectives will dish out extra up to April 16. All those that complete a total of 10 Daily Objectives throughout the week can get themselves the J Lager Beer and a cool GTA$1,000,000.
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Note that a portion of all proceeds from both GTA Online and Red Dead Online over April and May 2020 will go toward relief for those affected by COVID-19 – learn more here.
RTS, strategy, and city-building enthusiasts the world over are in for a treat – Pineleaf Studio and Merge Games are teaming up to create the Co-Op RTS DwarfHeim.
With support for anywhere from one to four players, DwarfHeim tasks players with building, managing and defending a Dwarven city against feral trolls and rivaling dwarven clans (made up of another team of players). To build the perfect team, players will be able to choose between the Miner, Builder, Warrior, and Diplomat classes.
The title specializes in its one-of-a-kind co-op multiplayer gameplay, which has you and your team working together and using different abilities and classes to expand, defend your city, and gather resources. Ranked Matchmaking is available, and a Friend-Pass system will allow others to play on a free downloadable client of the game, even if they haven’t purchased the game.
Learn more with the trailer below:
DwarfHeim – Gameplay Teaser
According to Pineleaf CEO Hans-Andreas Kleven:
“When we grew up, we loved playing RTS-games, but in recent years the focus has shifted to games we can play with our friends. So at Pineleaf, we wanted to create a f*cking REAL co-operational multiplayer RTS. An RTS that you can play with your friends, and that is DwarfHeim.”
All those interested can find DwarfHeim on Steam here.
Players will be able to immerse themselves in the whimsical world of Spica when NIS America’s Giraffe and Annika launches this summer.
This title puts the spotlight on a young girl named Annika, and kicks things off with her waking up from a strange dream on Spica Island. Unsure how she got there, she meets a boy named Giraffe who knows who she is. They both come across the Witch of the Mysterious Forest Lily and they are all tasked with finding three special star fragments.
Along the way, these adventurers will explore dungeons, find charming collectibles, unravel mysteries, and utilize rhythm-based combat.
Learn more with the trailer below:
Giraffe and Annika – Announcement Trailer (PS4, Nintendo Switch)
The game will come out for the PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch on August 25, 2020 in North America, August 28, 2020 in Europe and September 4, 2020 in Oceania.
In Chapter 6 you find red Summon Materia trapped inside a fan. This guide on How To Get The Materia In The Fan In Final Fantasy 7 Remake will tell you exactly what you have to do in order to shut down the power to the fan so you can enter from behind and grab yourself a new Summon.
During Chapter 6 you’re tasked with managing power, shutting off lamps, and moving around various platforms in order to progress. It’s simple enough, following the waypoints put in place can quickly get you to the end of a lengthy sequence. At one point, you are forced to walk past three huge ventilation fans. As you pass Tifa mentions there’s something stuck in one of the fans and a Discovery event begins. This is a very simple process.
How To Get The Materia In The Fan In Final Fantasy 7 Remake
Don’t worry about the Materia in the fan at first. Progress with the main story objectives, turning off the lamps one by one. Eventually you will turn of all three lamps and you will return to platform H-01 to ride the elevator to meet up with Biggs but don’t take the elevator just yet.
Instead take the other platform that leads across to another area with a ladder. Climb the ladder. There’s a bench inside, alongside a vending machine and a terminal. Use the bench to heal all of your characters and then activate the terminal. Once activated you will have 60 seconds to enter the next room and defeat the enemies inside. Don’t worry too much if you run out of time, you can do it more than once and it’s against easier enemies the second time.
Once you defeat the enemies within the minute, use the terminal in the other room to open the door. You can now approach the fan from behind and collect the Chocobo & Moogle Materia.
What are Moogle Medals used for? Who takes them in? This guide on What To Do With Moogle Medals In Final Fantasy 7 Remake tells you everything you need to know about collecting Moogle Medals, what to do with them, and where to turn them in, as one specific collector in Midgar is very excited to take them off your hands.
Moogle Medals are a rare item that you have likely discovered on your journey through FF7R. They can be found as early as the very first mission where Cloud and Avalanche look to take down the first Mako Reactor, and they continue to appear right until the final moments of the game. Unfortunately, it’s impossible to say exactly where to find Moogle Medals as they are random. They sometimes appear in chests but more commonly, they appear in the Shinra boxes you can destroy as you explore Midgar.
What To Do With Moogle Medals In Final Fantasy 7 Remake
Once you have a decent collection of Moogle Medals, you can trade them in to a very specific NPC. You must progress through the main story missions until you reach Chapter 8: Budding Bodyguard. During Chapter 8 Aerith will introduce you to some young children. Eventually, as part of the main story, you will need to rescue two of them from some monsters. After this point, the Chapter 8 quests become available for you to complete.
Once such quest, 7. The Mysterious Moogle Merchant, is your entry into the Moogle Medal trades. Speak with the young child dressed up as a Moogle and purchase the Moogle Membership Card. It costs 1 Moogle Medal. Once you have completed the quest, there is more merchandise available in the store. Simply return here to spend your Moogle Medals when you have enough to buy what catches your eye.
This quest tasks you with finding 3 music CD’s. In this Final Fantasy 7 Remake The Power Of Music Quest Guide we give you the location of each piece of music so you can return to Betty with all three of the correct soundtracks, play them on the jukebox, and bring some happiness to Wall Market.
You probably wouldn’t be here if you were following our FF7 Remake Odd Jobs guide, but we’ll let that slip for now. The Power Of Music is an optional quest that appears in Wall Market in Chapter 14. It’s probably the best chapter in the game as it’s the first time you get to explore freely, without restrictions or blockages. It’s a great time to backtrack and get some things done, such as finding all of Corneo’s Secret Stashes. Anyway, enough of that, you’re here to find the three music CD’s.
Final Fantasy 7 Remake The Power Of Music Quest Guide
30. Stand Up
This one took me the longest to find but it’s still very easy to pick up. The small alley to the South of the Honeybee Inn. There’s a young girl there listening to some music. Speak with her to get the CD.
16. Good Night, Until Tomorrow
Inside the Inn at Wall Market. There’s a man with a very bad mustache sitting just inside the front entrance. Go inside and speak to him to get the CD.
12. Fight On
You can find this one inside the Colosseum. There is a small shop just inside, near the elevator that takes you down to fight. Speak with the vendor and purchase the CD.
Once you have collected all of the CD’s, return to the Jukebox in Wall Market and place each CD one by one. That will complete The Power Of Music Quest.
Stumbled across the Dragon Gate but can’t get in? This guide explains How To Open Red & Gold Dragon Gate In Final Fantasy 7 Remake as it’s somewhere you will encounter very early in your adventure through FF7R but unfortunately, it will be some time before you can get inside.
This ornate red and gold gate with a dragon design actually belongs to Don Corneo, a character you’ve unlikely to have encountered so far in the story. There are actually several gates like this scattered throughout the game, eventually it’s a quest to hunt down Corneo’s Secret Stashes but for now, how do you get inside this first gate?
How To Open Red & Gold Dragon Gate In Final Fantasy 7 Remake
You first encounter one of the Don’s secret stashes on Steel Mountain, on your way to the Sector 5 Slums. It’s a very unique gate, gold and red, decorated with dragon symbols. To put it bluntly, you will not be able to enter here for a long time. You must progress very far into the main story before you can open the gate and get the loot, and Materia, that’s locked behind it.
You must follow the main story until you reach Chapter 14. It’s the final chapter where you have the opportunity to openly explore more of what Sector 5 has to offer. You gain access to Chocobo’s for fast travel and it’s the perfect opportunity to finish any business you may have before proceeding towards the final chapters and battles of the game. To gain access to the game, in Chapter 14, you need to progress through the Chapter until the quests are unlocked.
Once the quests are available, speak to the reporter standing by the fence just North of the Sector 5 Slums Center District. He has earlier quests as well so you will be familiar with him by that point. Then simply follow the quest objectives to get the key. Be sure to check out our FF7R Odd Jobs Guide and once you get towards end-game, look out for our Don Corneo’s Stash Location Guide.