We played Crisis Core at Square Enix Plays 2022, and it’s fantastic

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We played Crisis Core at Square Enix Plays 2022, and it’s fantastic

Last week, I took a trip to London alongside my editor to attend Square Enix Plays 2022, an event that allowed us to get hands-on with numerous titles from the publisher, and on this occasion, it’s fair to say that the offerings were incredible. First of all, we got to spend a little bit of time with the Crisis Core remake, a game that’s been a long time coming, but more on that in a bit.

Other titles to appear at Square Enix Plays 2022 included Life is Strange: The Arcadia Bay Collection, Nier Automata: The End of Yorha Edition, The DioField Chronicle, Romancing saga Minstrel Song Remastered, Valkyrie Elysium, Harvestella, Dragon Quest Treasures, and Power Wash Simulator. All of these titles were playable on either PlayStation 5 or Nintendo Switch at the event.

However, before we dived into any games, we just had to visit the little marketplace Square set up, where we could pick out three free Japanese snacks – a difficult choice for sure, but we got there in the end. Following that successful haul, we couldn’t help but get some bubble tea (which was divine) and an assortment of Japanese cuisine, including a nut salad and sushi, though a salmon roe popping in my mouth like boba still leaves me in a confused and concerned state.

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