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Crisis Core - Final Fantasy VII

Square Enix
Action RPG
Final Fantasy VII
  • March 25, 2008
  • August 2, 2007
  • 2008
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Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII takes place seven years prior to the events of the original Final Fantasy VII. Production is being overseen by Yoshinori Kitase, the director of the original Final Fantasy VII, with Hajime Tabata serving as director. Tetsuya Nomura will be responsible for the character designs. Music includes some remixes of Nobuo Uematsu's beloved score courtesy of Takeharu Ishimoto. The game's new tagline is "Men who shed tears over their own fates, and for those of their friends." See Square Haven's Crisis Core Final Fantasy VII Preview for more info.

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  • Three new titles to North American portables next spring
    crisis-core-psp_zack.pngFinal Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Ring of Fates will be published March 11 with local-only multiplayer play (official site); More than three years after its original announcement, Crisis Core - Final Fantasy VII will finally be released in North America on March 25 with voice talent to be announced soon (official site); And finally, The World Ends With You (formerly It's a Wonderful World) has a more ambiguous and less solidified date of Spring.
    news article 17 Dec 2007 by Matt  -20  no new comments discusss permalink permalink
  • Sales update: the Crisis continues
    ccff7_gackt.pngCrisis Core - Final Fantasy VII's stride upward continues with 109,000 copies sold this past week and 595,000 since its release a little under a month ago. This is good news for PSP owners, as Crisis Core appears to have been dragging the PSP upward. With more solid titles (read: remakes) heading for the PSP and system owners emerging everywhere, the promise of a viable Sony portable is steadily becoming a reality. On a side note, Metal Gear Solid: Portable Ops Plus (another PSP title) released in second place with 93,000 copies sold and Pokémon Fushigi no Dungeon: Toki no Tankentai came in third with 85,000 copies and 385,000 since release.
    news article 30 Sep 2007 by Ziyad  -13  no new comments discusss permalink permalink
  • PSP sales not abysmal this week!
    PSPThanks in part (or solely) to the large popularity of the PSP title Crisis Core - Final Fantasy VII (which sold approximately 480,000 units its first week), PSP system sales for the week ending on September 16 has increased more than six times that of the previous week. With 95,487 units sold, PSP has outsold DS (79,974) to take the number one spot on the Japanese Hardware Sales list for the week. Now that everyone who will ever want a PSP now owns one, expect the sales to bottom back out at just this side of nothing in a week or two. Rounding out the bottom of the list was the Gamecube with an impressive 97 units sold.
    news article 21 Sep 2007 by Andrew  -3  no new comments discusss permalink permalink
  • Crisis Core shipment met by large lines and Shinji Hashimoto
    ccff7_reno.pngJapanese Famitsu, which also happened to give Crisis Core - Final Fantasy VII a score of 35/40, took some time to chronicle the release of the highly-anticipated Final Fantasy VII prequel. According to its reports, a line of 250 had formed in front of Bic Camera's main store in Ikebukuro thirty minutes before opening and another had 200 gamers standing in wait at Yodobashi Camera's Shinjuku West store just south of that, where managers opened early only to have the line to expand to 300. Now that the line had adequately prepared for glory, Square Enix executive director Shinji Hashimoto made an appearance to guffaw mightily while piles of yen flew into his pockets compelled by sheer force of greed. In truth, Hashimoto pointed out his concerns about sales with the very recent release of the updated PSP hardware and, noting mothers in line with their children, commented that he had felt the flow of time since Final Fantasy VII's release. It's okay, Hashimoto-san, no need to cry. It looks like Crisis Core is going to give the PSP's reigning sales champion, Monster Hunter 2, a run for its money.
    news article 14 Sep 2007 by Ziyad  -27  no new comments discusss permalink permalink


imagename & role
Hajime TabataHajime Tabata
Kazushige NojimaKazushige Nojima
Takeharu IshimotoTakeharu Ishimoto
Composer, Arranger
Yoshinori KitaseYoshinori Kitase
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March 25, 2008


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August 2, 2007




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