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Final Fantasy VII Remake

Square Enix
Final Fantasy VII
  • 2008 (according to 1UP)
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While a Final Fantasy VII redux has yet to be confirmed by Square Enix, its vapid existence persists through various and frequent rumors from valid sources. As such, the release of this game is to be considered possible, but strictly rumor.

Latest stuff tagged Final Fantasy VII Remake

  • Disgusting monkey foot finally reveals Final Fantasy VII remake to all
    In a page from V-Jump, the text reads "Welcome again FFVII", and "FFVII is about finding the lost truths of Cloud and the others". Thank you, oracle foot. Though you may disgust us all, we kowtow in reverence to your clairvoyance.
    news article 05 Feb 2008 by Matt discuss 2 comments permalink permalink


  • Voices of the Lifestream; 4 discs of remix goodness
    Voices of the LifestreamIf you ever thought the track "Heart of Anxiety" needed vocals or just wanted a coherent collection of Final Fantasy VII remixes, then OC Remix has answered your prayers. Final Fantasy VII: Voices of the Lifesteam is a four disc collection of some of the best VGM remixers on the web paying tribute to the FFVII soundtrack. Nearly half of the original soundtrack is featured on this monster of an album, including fan favorites such as "Opening - Bombing Mission", "Tifa's Theme", and the ever popular "One-Winged Angel." The release is available as a free download from their website as both a torrent (including WAV and MP3) or as individual tracks. The discs themselves are named for the spin-off titles centered around FFVII, namely "Crisis", "Dirge", "Advent", and "Order." Since the album is being distributed for free, there should be no excuse for not at least giving it a try. Download the Album
    news article 14 Sep 2007 by Andrew  2  no new comments discusss permalink permalink
  • Final Fantasy potion in collectible tin can form
    ff7-ac_tifa.PNGAbout a year and a half ago, Square Enix graced us with the Final Fantasy Potion, a mixture of fantastic chemicals all summing to a reportedly horrendous taste. The bottle itself was nothing to gawk at, either. Now Square Enix has different ideas: as part of its Final Fantasy VII 10th Anniversary celebration, beverage maker Suntory will once again join hands with our favorite Final Fantasy overlords to produce...the same exact thing. Only this time the delicious drink has found its way into collectible tin cans featuring Final Fantasy VII character artwork and others bundled with TRADING ARTS mini figures and minutely different art. Do you want to own a piece of history? Behold
    news article 31 Aug 2007 by Ziyad  -16  no new comments discusss permalink permalink
  • E3 2007 - Square Enix to bring online store stateside
    ffxii_gabranth-toy.PNGIn addition to its E3 lineup announcement, Square Enix has revealed its scheme to open a North American online store. Square Enix, as a self-described "premiere [maker] of high end-collectibles" plans to stock a multitude of "popular and hard-to-find items" including Master Arms, Play Arts, and Mechanical Arts spanning various series, from Final Fantasy to Kingdom Hearts. Clearly, Square Enix has seen that someone, somewhere is making money selling its products. The immediate consequence will likely find many third-party vendors competing for profits with Square Enix itself. The Online Store
    news article 09 July 2007 by Ziyad  101  no new comments discusss permalink permalink
  • Nomura: "We're absolutely not making a FFVII remake"
    IT JUST IS NOT HAPPENINGLook, I've been telling you guys for years and you just won't listen. Now even Tetsuya Nomura confirms the truth: Square Enix doesn't give a rat's ass about your misguided desire to force the company's employees into a money-losing slavish effort of reproducing a 10 year old game simply because you think Sephiroth in HD will give you a raging hard-on. Oh yeah, IGN reports on an interview with Dorimaga in which Nomura and Kitase proclaim the abovementioned. Best part of the interview? Apparently Sakaguchi's original script for FF7 included "a character called Hot Blooded Detective Joe." IGN
    news article 05 June 2007 by Rahul  24  no new comments discusss permalink permalink

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