Adam Boyes, head of third-party developer relations at PlayStation, told me at E3 that he’s known about Square’s Final Fantasy VII remake for a year. It was a fun secret to keep.
The announcement trailer of Final Fantasy VII’s remake showed a slightly darker and more realistic world compared to the 1997 game. And with an aesthetic like that it’s almost impossible to imagine how some of the crazier parts of the original game would look.
In June, Square Enix quietly announced a new mobile game called Final Fantasy VII G-Bike, based on the mini-game from their iconic RPG.
Last week, we reported that Square Enix wants to bring Final Fantasy VII to cell phones. Today, we've got an explanation for why that hasn't happened yet: the game is too big, Square says.
Forget the HD remake: what Final Fantasy VII really needs is a 2D remake.
You may remember the mock-up trailer that circulated last fall, promising an unofficial Final Fantasy VII fan film. At the time, director Gionata Medeot told me he wasn't worried about Square Enix's lawyers stepping in and trying to take it down.
In honor of Final Fantasy VII's recent Steam re-release, here's a video by YouTuber NEroNeRoNerON exploring some trivia from Square's classic RPG.
Brought to you by Dan Hobart, the man who cut abridged versions of Chrono Trigger, Secret of Mana, and quite a few other Super Nintendo games, here's all of Final Fantasy VII in five minutes. In case you feel like getting all nostalgic and wistful but you don't have time to play Square's classic RPG all over again.…
Yesterday, Square Enix confirmed that it will re-release Final Fantasy VII on PC at some point in the near future.
Another fighter joins the Final Fantasy battle royale, as VII's femme fatale Tifa prepares to take on all-comers in Dissidia 012[Duodecim].