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Final Fantasy VII Remake Mako Reactor Can Now Be Destroyed In Real Life

Final Fantasy 7 Remake - Destroy the Mako Reactor in Real Life Tokyo

Tokyo Mystery Circus will open a new Real Stealth Game attraction based on Square Enix’s Final Fantasy VII Remake on December 9, 2020. [Thanks, 4Gamer!]

A team of up to 3 participants will be tasked to infiltrate and destroy the Mako Reactor 1 in real life while interacting with Cloud and other Avalanche members, as well as using Materia to cast magic. Each player will be given 30 minutes to complete the game, although the time limit will decrease faster every time they are shot by Shinra soldiers.

The official webpage for the Final Fantasy 7 Remake Real Stealth Game confirmed that the attraction will be available in not only Japanese but also English and Chinese. However, people who have difficulty walking, including those who are pregnant or use wheelchairs, will be unfortunately unable to participate in this game, as it will push people to actively move all around the venue.

After the premiere on December 9, 2020, the collaboration Real Stealth Game will be held hourly almost every day from 12:00 PM on weekdays and 10:00 AM on weekends and public holidays, closing at 8:00 PM. You can get a sneak peek of how the real-life game plays like with the following official trailer that has been shared by Tokyo Mystery Circus:

Tokyo Mystery Circus is a venue offering real-life games such as Real Escape Game and Real Stealth Game, located at the APM Building in Shinjuku, Tokyo. The venue also supports the English language, and some of the games offered in the venue—other than the new FF7R stealth game—are also available in English.

This real-life attraction is based on the Final Fantasy VII Remake video game, which is immediately available worldwide on the PlayStation 4. Square Enix has also been releasing numerous soundtracks related to the game other than the main original soundtrack, from the Shinra CD, Orchestral Arrangements, Acoustic Arrangements, to the Original Soundtrack Plus.

Kite Stenbuck
An avid gamer who learned the Japanese language mostly by playing Japanese games. Especially enjoys Dynasty Warriors, Ace Combat, and Gundam a lot.