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Square Enix explores possibility of theatrical release for Advent Children

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Square Enix president Yoichi Wada recently revealed that, in addition to the Venice Film Festival, other outlets are being considered for the release of Final Fantasy VII Advent Children, including digital downloads and theatrical releases.

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This was mentioned just after E3, in fact, when they revealed it was being produced for UMD as well as DVD.
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Good. This is exactly what TSW should have been. It could've saved Square from assimilation.

RESISTANCE IS FUTILE.
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Can't say I'm surprised by this...

Oh, and Masa - I sleep on a bunk bed yeah, which is only accessbile by a ladder and last night I must've been dreaming or something because I woke up screaming about my ladder being taken off my bed so I couldn't get down
And I dreamt that there was a badger sleeping at the end of the bed
So in sheer terror I jumped from my bunkbed down onto the floor at 3am.
I've now got to go to the vet to get my cat checked out because I landed right on him as he was sleeping on my floor and squashed him. (he's a deaf fuckwit)
My parents and sisters are not speaking to me.
Because they found me kneeling down beside the limp cat yelling manically at it and waggling my fingers at it like the Borg of Star Trek do.
Apparently I was screaming: "I am Locutus of Borg. You will be assimilated. Resistance is futile".
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(that was a quote from QDB btw)
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Wow, that's interesting.

...and damn funny.
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