At the Final Fantasy VII Reunion concert last night in Los Angeles, SquareEnix released a new trailer showcasing Final Fantasy VII Remake. The new trailer showed off more of the attack on the reactor by AVALANCHE. However at the end showed mysterious spirits attacking Aerith that Cloud sees when he
Alas, over four years since its announcement, Square Enix solidly confirmed that the highly anticipated Final Fantasy VII Remake is coming and it does look amazing! Shown during Sony’s expeditious, “State of Play,” we received the first look of the remake for the beloved franchise. And for those that prefer
After the news of Final Fantasy VII Remake being a multi-part title, in the latest Famitsu they sit down with Tetsuya Nomura and Yoshinori Kitase. They both confirm that Cycber Connect 2 will be co-developing the remake and many others will be assisting Square Enix bring Final Fantasy VII back to
Looks like the cat’s out the bag Square Enix has released the official press release for Final Fantasy VII Remake and it doesn’t seem to be a full game at release instead we will get a multi-part story similar to episodic content. Square Enix has also stated in the press
Cloud Strife, yes that Cloud Strife, is making his way onto Nintendo’s fighting franchise, Super Smash Bros. The Final Fantasy VII protagonist will be made available as DLC for the 2014 title. Also available is a stage set in Midgar which will see constant attacks from frequent FFVII summons. Unfortunately, there is
Youtube User Smooth McGroove has recreated a few songs all in acapella of your favorite games. Nostalgia overload when you hear his rendition of Sparks Mandril stage theme all with his voice no instruments required. Also he managed to recreate the Final Fantasy VII Battle Theme perfectly. Check out a
Literally you can make anything in Little Big Planet 2, one Youtube user named Thejamster1992 aka Jaime Colliver just proved this. So Jaime decided that he would spend some of his free time recreating the complete Final Fantasy VII Story in Little Big Planet 2. Everything down to the soundtrack,
Square Enix has finally released the PC version of Final Fantasy VII. The PC version of the game comes with a few new features including Character Boosters, cloud saves, and achievements. You can purchase Final Fantasy VII here from the Square Enix store. Check out the launch trailer below.