Final Fantasy VII Remake Getting Real-World Stealth Game In Tokyo

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In Japan, there are what are called real-infiltration games (リアル潜入ゲーム or riaru senyuu geemu) in which players try to sneak into particular locations. These real-world games are the opposite of escape rooms, or riaru dasshutsu geemu (リアル脱出ゲーム) in Japanese.


On December 9, a Final Fantasy VII Remake real-infiltration game is opening in Tokyo. Players become members of eco-terrorist group Avalanche and attempt to get into Mako Reactor 1, scheming to destroy it.

Players have to sneak past security, enlisting the help of Cloud and his cohorts through their tablet computers. Have a look below:

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