The Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth demo is currently available, allowing players to experience the PlayStation 5 remake of this classic role-playing game. One of the features that has sparked a debate among players is the use of yellow paint to mark parts of the environment that can be used for platforming.
Some players have expressed their dislike for this feature, arguing that it takes away from the challenge of the game by providing too much guidance. On the other hand, some have pointed out that the yellow paint can be helpful for players with low vision or cognitive disabilities, as it provides a higher contrast and helps them recognize where they should go.
Developers have also weighed in on the matter, noting that visual clues are sometimes necessary to prevent players from getting frustrated and quitting the game. This is not a new debate, as similar discussions arose with the release of the Resident Evil 4 remake, which also featured visual cues for platforming.
Ultimately, the use of yellow paint in Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth has sparked a conversation about the balance between providing guidance for players and maintaining the challenge of the game. What are your thoughts on this issue? Let us know in the comments below.
For more information on Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth, you can check out our first impressions of the game and see how players are already using Tifa’s piano to show off.
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