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Only One Gil 2 T-Shirt by Coinbox Tees Available at TeeFury!

Saturday, September 26th, 2015


It’s not easy trying to find a shirt that represents your favorite video game series, but TeeFury has fans covered. For today only, fans can order this Final Fantasy VII-meets-anime-inspired t-shirt designed by Coinbox Tees to commemorate the remake of Final Fantasy VII!

“Only One Gil 2″ by Coinbox Tees can be ordered from TeeFury for $11 for today only, so if you like the design be sure to make your purchase before the 26th is over.

We are giving away 5 t-shirts thanks to TeeFury, so leave a comment below, on our forums, Facebook, or on Twitter before 6pm PT where you tell us your favorite Final Fantasy VII moment for your chance to win!

Also, don’t forget to check out their gallery of shirts, hoodies, and more in their shop for even more amazing designs that are on sale!

Final Fantasy VII on iOS launches today!

Wednesday, August 19th, 2015

Final Fantasy VII on iOS devices launches today, announced through the launch trailer published by Square Enix this morning.

This port of the PC version includes a few additional features, including a simple and comfortable virtual controller designed not to obscure the action, choosing between virtual analogue or fixed 4-way digital control pad options. The opacity of on-screen controls can also be adjusted from the Config Menu.

Players can also toggle enemy encounters on or off on the world and area maps, and turn on a Max Stats command to become all-powerful in the blink of an eye, this way fans can enjoy the story on-the-go!

The game is currently not available on the American iTunes App Store, but fans can expect to play it when the App Store updates later on today.

Below are a list of system requirements in order to play Final Fantasy VII on your iOS devices:

– As this application is very large, it will take some time to download.
– This application takes up around 2GB of memory. Over 4GB of free space is required to download it, so make sure that ample spare memory is available before attempting to do so.

Recommended hardware:
iPhone 5s or later, 3rd generation iPad or later, iPad mini 2 or later
(The iPod touch is listed as a compatible device but is not suited to playing this game)

Supported OS:
iOS 8.0 or later
*Please be aware that users may experience problems, such as exceptionally slow running speeds, if running this application on devices other than those outlined in the recommended hardware section. Such devices are not suited to playing this game and there is a chance of unforeseen errors occurring if running it on them.

Update: Final Fantasy VII PC-to-PS4 port date still unannounced

Monday, June 22nd, 2015

Square Enix has revealed that the PC-to-PS4 port of Final Fantasy VII will be releasing Octover 16th 2015 in North America and Europe for $15.99/£12.99/€15.99.

The PC-to-PS4 port was first announced late last year during the first-ever PlayStation Experience for a Spring 2015 release, but was delayed to this Winter while an iOS version of Final Fantasy VII will be releasing this Summer.

Update: Square Enix has told GameInformer that the release date on their website was incorrect and the official date for the PS4 port has not been officially announced.

Source: Nova Crystallis

More FFVII news coming in Winter, lots of progress done on the game!

Wednesday, June 17th, 2015


Japanese media website Degenki interviewed Tetsuya Nomura about Final Fantasy VII Remake [Title Pending] and Kingdom Hearts 3. The lovely translator Goldpanner has given us the translation of the interview, which you can read below!


PC Version of Final Fantasy VII Still Coming to PS4, iOS

Tuesday, June 16th, 2015


Riding on the heels of last night’s announcement of a Final Fantasy VII remake (we’re still in awe ourselves), today’s E3 2015 conference for Square Enix brought us more developments for the PC to PlayStation 4 port of the game. If you recall, this iteration of the game was announced at the PlayStation Experience event earlier this year to luke-warm reception, mostly due to­­— well, that doesn’t matter now, does it?

After replaying last night’s trailer, Shinji Hashimoto, executive producer of the KINGDOM HEARTS series, took the stage to announce that the PC version of the game will be arriving on iOS devices this summer and PlayStation 4 this Winter. That’ll give fans both old and new two new ways to experience the adventures of Cloud and company before the eventual release of the remake.

Watch the trailer for the PC to PS4 port below:

Final Fantasy VII Remake Announced for PS4, Directed by Tetsuya Nomura

Monday, June 15th, 2015

During the Sony E3 2015 Briefing, Square Enix revealed the upcoming remake of Final Fantasy VII which will be directed by Tetsuya Nomura and produced by Yoshinori Kitase with an initial release on the Playstation 4.

More news will come this winter.

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Dissidia Final Fantasy Closed Conference

Friday, April 10th, 2015


Square Enix held a closed conference for Dissidia: Final Fantasy‘s arcade version in Japan to announce new information today. Revealing the arcade units set to debut across the country, Square Enix announced that they are partnering with Sony Computer Entertainment Japan and Koei Tecmo’s Team Ninja for the game’s development.

While the game was seen running on a modified version of a PlayStation 4, the game will be exclusive to Japanese arcades for a year — after which a PlayStation 4 version seems abundantly likely. The game itself is three players -versus- three players.

A new trailer featured combat in Final Fantasy VII‘s Mako Reactor and Final Fantasy XIII’s Cocoon. In one scene, Lightning summons Ifrit, who could be seen on the battlefield. When a summon gauge fills for a team of three players, they will have to initiate a “vote” to call the summon into battle. Brave points, a feature prominent in the PSP versions, also return here.

While previous Dissidia titles have featured the conflict between Cosmos and Chaos — two gods representing harmony and discord, two new deities will be present in this version. More than fifty characters are planned for the roster, but some may be post-release additions — new costumes as well.

Update: Tetsuya Nomura confirmed Ramza Beoulve from Final Fantasy Tactics will be represented in Dissidia Final Fantasy Arcade — while he won’t be in the base game, he’ll be available in a post-release update.

Dissidia: Final Fantasy Arcade is currently announced for release this fall in Japan.


Final Symphony Album Available Today

Monday, February 23rd, 2015

Final Symphony – Music From Final Fantasy VI, VII and X, a new Final Fantasy symphonic arrangement album, is out today. Based off the concert series of the same name, it features the work of composers Nobuo Uematsu and Masashi Hamauzu arranged by Jonne Valtonen and Roger Wanamo.

Featuring the London Symphony Orchestra and recorded at Abbey Road, Final Symphony isn’t just orchestrated versions of familiar arrangements, but wonderful new interpretations.

Fantasy OvertureCircle Within A Circle Within A Circle
Final Fantasy VISymphonic Poem: Born with the Gift of Magic (Terra’s Theme, Kefka, Esper World, Battle, etc.)
Final Fantasy XPiano Concerto (Besaid, Hum of the Fayth, Thunder Plains, Assault, etc.)
Final Fantasy XI. Zanarkand II. Inori III. Kessen
Final Fantasy VIISymphony in Three Movements (Main Theme of FFVII, J-E-N-O-V-A, Tifa‘s Theme, The Great Warrior, etc.)
Final Fantasy VIII. Nibelheim Incident II. Words Drowned by Fireworks III. The Planet‘s Crisis

You can check out the Final Symphony album, including samples, on iTunes here.