The PlayStation blog spent three hours with the game's trial run and had plenty of positive feedback.
"By the time our session wrapped up, I was eager to find new Materia, experiment with battles, and further see just how much content Square Enix has added to the original experience," writes Brett Elston, Manager of Content Communications. "Almost any moment I could recall from the past – President Shinra’s encounter with the trio near one of the reactors, or a simple button-pressing minigame, for instance – has been totally reimagined and dramatized in a way that makes even familiar moments feel new again. Love what I’ve seen so far and can’t wait to see the rest of what Midgar has to offer."
Download the demo before May 11 and you'll receive an exclusive PlayStation 4 theme when the full Fantasy Fantasy VII Remake is released next month.
"That's What She Said"
This month marks 15 years since The Office debuted in the U.S. To celebrate, TODAY caught up with seven of the sitcom's fan-favorite characters. One of several highlights from the interview series comes from Creed Bratton, who plays a fictional version of himself on the NBC show.
IN HIS OWN WORDS: “I would describe Creed as an enigma to himself. He is in a limbo by trying to be worker. Basically, for a couple of years at that show, I thought I was actually working at a paper company. I didn't know I was on a TV show. I thought I was getting paid pretty well. I just didn't want to rock the boat, as it were. The funniest quality about the Creed character, I believe, is his cluelessness to how scared everyone was of him, because he was a frightening guy. When you come into the office with blood on you, you're stealing from people and then he found out how good he was at chess … he stole from everybody. If I was really that character, I'd be in jail, folks, that's the deal.”
Ozark Unveils Trailer For Season 3
Jason Bateman and Laura Linney are back for season 3 of Ozark, which dropped a new trailer this week promoting the drama series' March 27 return. Ozark, directed by Bateman, is coming off an Emmy win (and in Bateman's case, a surprise Emmy win) for Outstanding Direction of a Drama Series.
If you haven't seen the first two seasons, we highly recommended playing catch up before the third installment hits. Each of the first two seasons has 10 episodes each, so 20 in total. And with roughly 20 days to go until season three undoubtedly hits your Netflix Top Picks list, that gives you a chance to stream about one episode per day until March 27 (but let's be honest, you'll probably binge-watch them all this weekend). Ready? Go!
What Else To Watch This Weekend
Thrillest has a couple of handy resources to keep your eyes occupied this weekend and beyond. The entertainment news platform provides its take on the 100 best movies on Netflix right now, plus offers an always-up-to-date look at the most underrated movies of 2020 so far (you'll want to bookmark this one).