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  • Blog Post: See Final Fantasy Characters Like Tidus, Zidane, Squall, And Others In New Dissidia Trailers

    Japan is getting a Dissidia Final Fantasy arcade fighting game on November 26. It may not be planned for North America at the moment, but that doesn't mean we can't enjoy seeing it action. Below you will find a whole bunch of new trailers for the game highlighting a number of Final Fantasy characters... More
  • Blog Post: Materia Collective Releases 'Final Fantasy VII Remixed' Soundtrack

    Materia Collective has released its debut album in celebration of this past summer's announcement that Final Fantasy VII is getting the HD remake treatment . The album features the soundtrack of the beloved RPG from the original PlayStation remixed and re-imagined by the newly-formed group of industry... More
  • Blog Post: This Week In Mobile: Final Fantasy, Pac-Man, And Giant Unicorns

    This week, Final Fantasy fans are in for a treat. Final Fantasy VII released for iOS, and the Final Fantasy Portal app is available for download as well. Rounding out the list, we've got two understated art puzzlers and Pac-Man himself. First, here's the promised giant unicorn. Monsters Ate My... More
  • Blog Post: Play Triple Triad & More With Final Fantasy Portal App

    Final Fantasy VII came to iOS yesterday , and Square Enix has a few more mobile treats in store. The free Final Fantasy Portal app is available now on both iOS and Android, which includes access to a free-to-play variant of Final Fantasy VIII's Triple Triad and a limited-time free download of Final... More
  • Blog Post: Final Fantasy VII Launches On iOS Today Complete With God Mode Cheat

    Last December at PlayStation Experience, Sony and Square Enix announced a port of Final Fantasy VII for PlayStation 4 . Today, we have good news and bad news. There’s a port out today, but it isn’t on PS4. Square has launched an iOS version that includes a couple of additional features not... More
  • Blog Post: Fans Re-Imagine Final Fantasy VII As 2D Action Game, Release Playable Demo

    PD Design Studio, a small indie developer with a great deal of love for Final Fantasy VII, recently imagined what Final Fantasy VII what look like as a 2D brawler, and released a playable proof-of-concept demo. You can find the game's website here , which includes an in-browser playable version of... More
  • Blog Post: Reader Discussion: Give Us Your Honest And Frank Opinion About Remakes

    Earlier this week, Capcom requested fan feedback asking for "honest and frank" opinions about a Resident Evil 2 remake . We want to know how you feel about remakes in general. They inspire a lot of excitement (see Sony's Final Fantasy VII E3 announcement), but would you rather these studios... More
  • Blog Post: Report: Final Fantasy VII Remake Will Have ‘Dramatic’ Combat Changes

    At E3 this year, Square Enix fulfilled the dreams of many gamers by announcing a remake of Final Fantasy VII. At the same time, we already knew about a port of the original version, which would seemingly be obviated by a remake. In the latest issue of the Official PlayStation Magazine (by way of GamesRadar... More
  • Blog Post: Reader Discussion: What Do You Want From The Final Fantasy VII Remake?

    Final Fantasy VII is an old game that's getting a modern makeover, but does it need more than just a visual update? Would it be sacrilegious to change the game's combat system? How many changes are too many, and when does it stop being a remake? Yesterday, our very own Joe Juba made some controversial... More
  • Blog Post: Square Enix Announced A Final Fantasy VII G-Bike Mobile Game Right Before E3

    There was a Final Fantasy VII game announcement last week that demanded a lot of attention that may have overshadowed another game based on Cloud and his motorcycle. The game is apparently an expanded version of the G-Bike minigame you could play in the Gold Saucer area of Final Fantasy VII. It will... More
  • Blog Post: [Update] Square Enix Says Final Fantasy VII October Release Date On Its Site Is Wrong

    Update: Square Enix has responded to our inquiry regarding the Final Fantasy VII PlayStation 4 port. Unfortunately, the date the company listed is incorrect. "We can confirm that the published release date for this title is incorrect," a representative told us via email. "As discussed... More
  • Blog Post: The Final Fantasy VII Remake Won't Follow The Original Exactly

    Square Enix surprised us when it announced the remake of Final Fantasy VII – a decade-old fan dream that finally became reality. However, the new version won't hit identical story beats. In an interview with Gamespot , director Tetsuya Nomura revealed that new version could potentially deviate... More
  • Blog Post: Final Fantasy VII PC Port To PlayStation 4 Still Coming

    Square Enix made huge waves with its announcement last night that Final Fantasy VII Remake is coming to the PS4, and the company also has reminded us that the PC version of FF VII is still coming to the PS4. Shinji Hashimoto, executive producer of the Kingdom Hearts series, simply stated that the PC... More
  • Blog Post: Trailer Proves That Final Fantasy VII Remake Is Finally Real

    After years of questions and pleading from fans, Square Enix and Sony have finally made good on a tease to remake a classic. Ten years after a technical demo of Final Fantasy VII was shown on PS3 at E3 2005, the companies have confirmed that a true remake is actually in development. The trailer, which... More
  • Blog Post: Reader Discussion: Have You Played All The Games In Our Essentials Features?

    We've been doing a feature for the past month where we present a "required reading" game crucial to the world of video games. Have you played them all? So far we've written about The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past , BioShock , Super Mario 64 , and today we posted a feature on Final... More
  • Blog Post: Listen To An Exclusive Final Fantasy Track From Legacy Sessions Studio Album

    It’s always a joy when we can feature great adaptations of popular video game music. The latest is a studio album featuring 12 arrangements from the PlayStation and Nintendo 64 era. Legacy Sessions: GAME Generation 5 features original arrangements by Casey Ormond, Nicole Brady, Tristan Coelho,... More
  • Blog Post: Final Fantasy VII Receiving Upscaled Re-Release On PlayStation 4

    It's not the full remake fans have been wanting, but Final Fantasy VII is coming to PlayStation 4. It will apparently be a port of the PC version of the game, though little else is known regarding Trophies, or if any other upgrades or additions will be applied. The game will be available Spring 2015... More
  • Blog Post: Final Fantasy VII Entirely Recreated In LittleBigPlanet

    RPG fans have been clamoring for a remake of Final Fantasy VII for years, but Square Enix says if we're ever going to get one it won't be for awhile . Thankfully, dedicated LittleBigPlanet fan Jamie Colliver has recreated the game in its entirety, just in time for tomorrow's release of LittleBigPlanet... More
  • Blog Post: Smooth McGroove Has A Voice Like A One-Winged Angel In Latest Arrangement

    You know him, you (probably) love him, and he’s back with one of his most challenging arrangements yet. Smooth McGroove is an a cappella artist who is taking on one of the most iconic tunes in RPG history (associated with one of most recognizable villains). This time out, McGroove is tackling Final... More
  • Blog Post: YouTube User Creates Final Fantasy VII Song Using Floppy Disc Drives

    Fans might be clamoring for a remake of Final Fantasy VII, but one musical fan has taken the series in the opposite direction. A rendition of the song Those Who Fight Further composed with 16 floppy disc drives has appeared on YouTube. Anand Jain, who goes by MrSolidSnake745, created the video to add... More
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