FF7 Remake The Happy Envoy Side-Quest Walkthrough: How To Find All The Flyers

An early side-quest in Final Fantasy 7 Remake Intergrade’s Intermission DLC called The Happy Envoy tasks you with finding six flyers scattered all around the Sector 7 Slums. All you have to go off of are vague hints alluding to their locations, which might stump you if it’s been a while since you’ve played the original Final Fantasy 7 Remake. To help you complete this side-quest, we’ve detailed the location of every flyer. It’s worth noting that flyers are found near music boxes, so if you’re stumped at any point even while using this guide, follow the tune, and you’ll find the flyer in no time.

For more guides, check out our Final Fantasy 7 Remake guide roundup. Otherwise, be sure to read our Final Fantasy 7 Remake Intergrade Intermission review.

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How Long To Beat Final Fantasy 7 Remake Intergrade’s Intermission?

Final Fantasy VII Remake finally has its PlayStation 5 upgrade with Intergrade, and along with the graphical boost and new photo mode, it also packs a new episode in the game’s story. Centering on Yuffie Kisaragi, a Final Fantasy VII character who hadn’t yet appeared in the Remake, the new Intermission episode fills in some gaps in the middle of Remake’s story, while showing what other members of the FF7 team were up to during the game.

The Intergrade addition spans two new chapters and includes its own new Trophies and some side content. But how long is it to finish? If you’re expecting a substantial addition, you might be disappointed–we managed to knock out Yuffie’s episode in a little over six hours, which included doing most of the side content the DLC has to offer. If you’re sticking to the critical path, you can probably expect to finish it

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Google Response Stadia Reportedly Canceled Tasks Including Savage Planet 2, Kojima Unique

The excellent news is when you do not need to use the Stadia controller, Google’s game streaming service works simply tremendous with an Xbox, PS4, or different third-celebration controllers.

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Only a few days earlier than shutting down its first-get together Google Stadia game studios in Montreal and Los Angeles, executives reportedly praised the builders for their laborious work and progress the studio had made so far, resulting in mass confusion within the company. While lots of the platform’s sport-altering options are nonetheless MIA – Crowd Play, State Share, and Streaming to YouTube come to thoughts – Stadia has slowly began including features. There have been dozens of small, quality-of-life upgrades since launch. There are notifications for achievements now. Your captures are not locked to your phone. There are giant modifications, too. Most significantly, there is a Base model now that doesn’t require a monthly subscription. If in … Read more

Starfield: What We Want At E3 2021

Starfield feels like one of those elusive games that’s often talked about despite its low profile, and it’s hard to believe if it’s actually coming out in the near future. We’ve heard few details about this new IP from developer Bethesda Game Studios (best known for Fallout and The Elder Scrolls), seen a teaser back at E3 2018, and heard Todd Howard speak broadly about it on occasion, but we’re anticipating plenty more at this year’s E3.

Although it’s easy to think that we do the same song and dance at every major event where Bethesda has a notable presence, all signs are pointing to a relatively substantial showing for Starfield. We’ve compiled all of the current details so far in our Starfield: Everything We Know feature, but here, we’ll sum that up and get into a bit of speculation and what we wish to see from this seemingly massive

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Metroid Prime 4: What We Want At E3 2021

It’s been four years since it was first announced, and we still know very little about Metroid Prime 4, except that Nintendo completely restarted the game’s development back in January 2019. This significant hurdle explains why fans have had to wait so long for any news about the title, but it doesn’t help ease how excruciating that wait has been. With E3 2021 just around the corner now, however, there’s a chance we could finally see more of Metroid Prime 4 during the show–and if we do, here’s what we hope we’ll learn about it.

What We Know So Far

Nintendo first announced Metroid Prime 4 during its E3 2017 Nintendo Direct. At the time, all the company revealed was that the game was in development and that a brand-new team was helming the project rather than Retro Studios. While Nintendo never outright revealed which studio was working on the

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