It is not sure that whether the Genesis Crisis Core will appear in the “Final Fantasy 7” remake series, because Gackt has the right to portray the star. “Final Fantasy 7 Remake” is the one that tells the story of this unique game in a later direction, but its potential characters from FF7 derivatives are expected to appear in future works. However, due to style issues, there is one in FF7 Remake that cannot be protected.
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Genesis Rhapsodos is considered to be the last puzzle of Cerberus’s Requiem: “Final Fantasy 7”, and is also the owner of “Crisis Core”: “Final Fantasy 7”. He became a member of SOLDIER and has the same experience in the area as the Jenova Project area. Regardless of how Genesis started, Genesis has become one of the most influential members. He fled the Shinra company and started kidnapping scientists to prevent its destruction.
Because of the method of the god Minerva and the method of the Deepground members, he is good. He appeared in the mysterious ending of Cerberus’ Requiem, where he recorded Weiss Stainless on the record. Since he was still alive during the remake of FF7, he may be a firm candidate for relief painting or surgery in history. Deepground and White can appear in FF7 Remake Intergrade, but it is not clear whether Genesis can appear with them.
The “Genesis Aspect” is 100% owned by Japanese musician Gackt, who expresses “Genesis” in every game. However, on the fabulous Monster Requiem and Crisis Core, Enix may want you to allow you to remake the FF7 remake series. For many years, “Genesis” has been paying attention to “Final Fantasy” in the mobile games. However, they are variants of Chibi/Cartoon design and cannot fully replicate Gackt’s similarities.
The terrible nature of the FF7 remake series which allows builders to change the Genesis design so that it doesn’t look like a freak now, because the interlocking on the timeline, the suspension of the FF7 remake is usually a cause of the difference. The characters also have new voice actors in the FF7 remake-this is another reason why they don’t want Gackt now.
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