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  • 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
  • Blog Post: Pick A Side In This Final Fantasy T-Shirt Contest

    Two beautiful Final Fantasy inspired designs are facing off right now on TeeFury, where they're competing to see which can sell the most t-shirts in 24 hours. The first is based on Final Fantasy IX and features the silhouettes of the main party inside a Moogle outline, as seen on the left in the... More
  • Blog Post: Final Fantasy VII Not Headed To iOS Any Time Soon

    Square Enix has been releasing its early Final Fantasy games on iOS one by one over the years. And Final Fantasy VI is up for release this winter. One would assume that Final Fantasy VII wouldn't be much farther off. Apparently, that's not the case. Producer Takashi Tokita told Shacknews that... More
  • Blog Post: Square Enix Shuts Down Sale Of 3D Printed Final Fantasy VII Figures

    3D printing website Shapeways found success with a full set of Final Fantasy VII characters care of modeler Joaquin Baldwin , until Square Enix decided to legal action and prevent further figure sales. Baldwin's figures became popular on Reddit, which caused a surge in sales of the 3D printed figures... More
  • Blog Post: Final Fantasy VII Now Available On Steam

    Last 4th of July, Square Enix released an updated PC version of Final Fantasy VII exclusively through its online store. Exactly one year later, the publisher has brought the PlayStation classic to Steam. The game costs $11.99 and comes with the following updated features according to the Steam store... More
  • Blog Post: How To Build Cloud's Buster Sword From Final Fantasy VII

    Is Cloud's Buster Sword from Final Fantasy VII really practical? How much work and steel would go into building one? Find out here. Nothing easy is worth doing; somebody famous once said that or something like it. They were talking about Cloud's Buster Sword. Every week the blacksmiths at AweMeChannel... More
  • Blog Post: Final Fantasy VII Gets LittleBigPlanet Makeover

    YouTube user TheJamster1992 did what Square Enix has yet to do: Remake Final Fantasy VII. He did so using LittleBigPlanet 2, of course. The entire project spans six episodes and lasts for over three hours . So far, the TheJamster1992 only created up until the end of the first disc at the Temple of the... More
  • Blog Post: New OC ReMix Track Mixes Final Fantasy's Liberi Fatali And One Winged Angel

    Remixer Kevin Penkin reconstructs two famous Final Fantasy pieces in the new OC ReMix track, "Duel of the Blades." The popular video game music remix site, OC ReMix, has approved several mixes based on the incredibly famous "One Winged Angel" song originally from Final Fantasy VII... More
  • Blog Post: Final Fantasy VII Coming To PC

    Square Enix announced a new PC release of Final Fantasy VII with several new features, including 36 achievements. Additionally, the game supports cloud saves and offers players to increase their HP, MP and Gil levels to their maximum with this "Character Booster" if they run into a difficult... More
  • Blog Post: We're Not Getting A Final Fantasy VII Remake For Awhile

    If Square Enix decides to remake Final Fantasy VII someday, it'll be once the publisher feels it created a Final Fantasy game that exceeds the quality of the 1997 PlayStation classic. President and CEO Yoichi Wada discussed the topic of a Final Fantasy VII remake at a recent shareholder's briefing... More
  • Blog Post: Vita Handheld Gets PSOne Classics

    At today's Sony press conference, Sony president and CEO Jack Tretton announced that the Vita would be getting PSOne Classic titles. The Vita will see PSOne Classics like Final Fantasy VII, Tomb Raider, JetMoto, and Arc the Lad, which were specifically mentioned. Tretton did not mention if all the... More
  • Blog Post: What A Final Fantasy VII Remake Could Look Like

    Fans have been waiting so long for Square Enix to remake Final Fantasy VII that they decided to do it themselves. A new fan-made Final Fantasy VII remake project has surfaced showing off the intro stage of the game in Midgar. This project uses Unreal Engine and is clearly still very early in production... More
  • Blog Post: FF XIII-2's Producer Would Bring Changes To A Final Fantasy VII Remake

    Many Final Fantasy fans have spent years begging for a remake of the PlayStation 1 classic FF VII, but have you stopped to consider how the game might change in its new form? As confirmed by Final Fantasy XIII-2 producer Yoshinori Kitase, the team at Square Enix would likely make some big changes in... More
  • Blog Post: LittleBigPlanet 2 Gets Final Fantasy VII Costumes

    Sackboy isn't always adorable. If you add spiky hair and a giant sword, you've got a grim-looking burlap hero ready to save the world. With the upcoming Final Fantasy VII costume pack, your Sackboy can be just as awesome. The PlayStation Blog revealed that the outfits for selected FF VII characters... More
  • Blog Post: Sephiroth Stars In The Best Video Game Rap Song Ever

    Millions of gamers love him (or love to hate him) for his villainous role in Final Fantasy VII. Others just love his fantastic "One Winged Angel" theme. Wherever you stand on the character, Sephiroth has now been immortalized in a pretty freakin' awesome rap song. This take on "One... More
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