Final Fantasy VII is as memorable as it is largely thanks to its multifaceted soundtrack.
Plus, there’s a nice Final Fantasy VII vibe going on.
On Sunday, for the first time since 2006 (as far as I can tell), Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children will be screened in a theater—an actual theater.
The PC port of Final Fantasy VII came to PlayStation 4 earlier this month. Maybe we should play it?
Cloud and a bunch of Smash Bros. trophies. That’s one way to create a new gen Final Fantasy VII.
Cloud, the angsty star of Final Fantasy VII, will be available later today for Smash Bros., limit breaks and all. You can see his various moves and abilities in the above video.
Will the upcoming remake of Final Fantasy VII have a world map? WE SURE HOPE SO.
When Final Fantasy VII arrived in 1997, it was unlike anything I’d ever played before. Late nights, lots of grinding, and hundreds of hours later, I’d reached the end. A few friends were watching as I took down the final boss, and we eagerly waited for the ending to play out. What we saw was...uh, unexpected.
It’s not that you’re not observant. It’s just the folks at GameXplain are hyper-observant, which is why they notice things like trash strewn in the streets and Midgar’s window-to-AC unit ratio.
It’s been a strange week for the Final Fantasy VII remake, a prospect that once seemed like a nostalgic 20-something’s wet dream but is now, after a whirlwind few months, unexpectedly real.
Forget in-house tech! Square Enix is having Final Fantasy VII Remake made with the Unreal Engine 4. So, there you go. Unreal Engine 4. Square Enix. FFVII.
If you want to play the original Final Fantasy VII—whether you’re a first-timer or an old fan revisiting a classic—you should probably use cheats.
Yes, there’s the obvious difference: From 1997 polygons to slick, modern day graphics. But more than that, the character’s design has subtly changed over the years. Let’s examine those changes.
Square Enix is doing more than just remaking Final Fantasy VII. It sounds like FFVII will be episodic. You might have questions about this. Square Enix might even have answers.
In celebration of the PlayStation Experience event, today 14 more games were added to the PlayStation Network, with the promised PS2 (and one remastered PS1) classics, PC titles making their PlayStation debut and a couple all new titles. Let’s see what we’ve got.
Today at the PlayStation Experience we got our first real look at the Final Fantasy VII remake, which is currently slated for 2123 or so. It’s looking real good. Also: real-time combat?