Final Fantasy VII did a lot of things, but one was revolutionizing the idea of how a turn-based battle could look and feel. On the latest episode of Boundary Break, YouTuber Shesez shows what these scenes look like from the outside.
We won’t be playing the Final Fantasy VII remake anytime soon, but Mobius Final Fantasy players can step into the boots of the long-awaited game’s hero starting tomorrow. Remake Cloud joins Lightning as the game’s second Ultimate Hero, with players who equip his card transforming into Mr. Poutyface himself.
Here’s comic artist Nikolas Draper-Ivey’s take on the main cast of Final Fantasy VII.
In case you were wondering how the Final Fantasy VII remake was coming along, here’s the only bit of the game shown at the Final Fantasy 30th anniversary event in Japan earlier today. Looks like the key art department is on point.
The shadow of the Shinra Corporation Headquarters is much less oppressive now that Second Life’s long-running Final Fantasy VII role-playing sim is lit with holiday cheer. But do the residents of Midgar’s slums know it’s Christmas?
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.
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.
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?
Final Fantasy VII’s Cloud being announced for Super Smash Bros. got me thinking—what other games could benefit from the addition of stoic little Clouds? That’s right, this week you’re all the evil anti-Bob Ross.
This is Final Fantasy VII: Re-Imagined. It’s an indie (read: unofficial fan project) side-scrolling beat-em-up that, recreates Final Fantasy VII as a 2D side-scroller. It’s awesome, it’s free and you can play it right now.
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.
If you don't like belts and crazy hair, Final Fantasy VII's aesthetic might not be to your liking. Here, then, are some artist's ideas on what Final Fantasy VII could look like.
During last week's PlayStation Experience event, Square Enix announced a Final Fantasy VII port everyone had hoped was the long-awaited Final Fantasy VII HD remaster. I asked our creative community to imagine a worse Final Fantasy announcement. Such horrors they have wrought in my name.
During yesterday's PlayStation Experience keynote speech, Square Enix took the stage to disappoint the hell out of everyone in front of a Final Fantasy VII logo. It could have been worse. How? Our 'Shop Contest participants will show you.
These speed paintings are the work of concept artist Lap Pun Cheung and they pretty much sum up the first few hours of Final Fantasy VII. The bombing mission, Rufus, meeting with Aeris, Tifa and the promise, all here.
For over two years, Jamie Colliver has been working hard on recreating almost all of Final Fantasy VII within another video game (LittleBigPlanet, not Minecraft). He's finally done.
Square Enix's new/remade MMORG, Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn was shown at Gamescom 2012 in Germany yesterday. During the stage event, producer/director Naoki Yoshida stood on stage to show what has been developed so far.