Best Accessories Guide for Crisis Core: Final Fantasy 7 Reunion
This page contains a guide on the best accessories to get for Crisis Core: Final Fantasy 7 Reunion (FFVII CC Remaster/Crisis Core Reunion), including how to get all recommended equipment for clearing the game’s main story, each accessory’s effects, and other useful tips.
List of Recommended Accessory
|Accessory Name||Effects||How to Get|
||Found in a chest in Mission 9-5-6.|
||Obtained after completing all DMW entries (100%). This accessory is permanently missable if you fail to obtain the Phoenix Materia at Nibelheim during Chapter 9.|
||Found in a chest in Mission 9-6-4.|
||Obtained in Mission 7-6-6 after using Gil Toss, Costly Punch, 99999 Damage, and Octaslash on the Magic Pot.|
Best Accessories Explanation
Genji Equipment + Ziedrich
All Genji equipment except the Genj Helm all provide incredible permanent buffs and effects to trivialize almost all late-game encounters. These synergize very well with the use of Costly Punch (Command Materia) to end most story encounters in seconds.
Instead of getting the Genji Helm (which simply grant Zack the ability to use Magic, Commands, and Abilities without spending MP and AP as well as the somewhat underwhelming Auto-Libra status), the Ziedrich is recommended as the latter applies massive stat bonuses.
Genji Armor is Permanently Missable in Chapter 9
Since the Genji Armor accessory can only be obtained by maxing out all DMW in the game (100% progress), it is essential that you pick up the Phoenix Materia inside the water tower in Nibelheim. Talk to the kid who hangs around at the town square to start the side quest to get the Materia.