Final Fantasy 7 Remake News
RPG fans aren't skipping leg day.
Final Fantasy 7 Remake was a Midgar-anteed money-maker for Square Enix.
Being very horny on main does have its perks.
And the remake could've been a whole lot hornier.
It's a major scene for Tifa, Cloud, and Sephiroth's development.
Cloud and Tifa's motion capture actors are back in business.
Revenue for Final Fantasy 7 Remake has been record-breaking.
At last, Brian and Claudia have official names.
This is all in the middle of a pandemic.
Grab a cup of green tea and watch the master at work.
Confirmation from co-director Nomura that we'll get some clarity.
We have only more questions than answers.
Co-Director Yoshinori Kitase has some interesting comments on the future of the remake saga.
Avalanche has millions of new recruits.
Talk about acting on the fly.
Here's something charming to start your day.
There's some persuasive evidence to back it up.
PC holdouts might have newfound hope.
"It's like a really top-class DJ performance."
Here's a nice story to brighten your Monday morning.
Need a little patience, yeah yeah.
The remake is truly filled with beautiful people.
You can stream, but Square Enix will find you.
Midgar takes up a lot of disc space.
US copies will likely be shipped this week for release day.
All Cloud Strife can be is himself.
"We actually reveal quite a major untold part of her past."
The animal companion will still get some spotlight in the remake.
A series of new Japanese trailers tease the ultimate destruction.
Those hoping for hard copies might have to wait.
Wall Market is holding on to all kinds of secrets, including a big one that wasn't in the original game.
Tetsuya Nomura says longtime fans "think they might know what comes next."
There's a lot going on behind the scenes when translating lines from Japanese to English (duh).
Nice city you got there, Shinra. Sure would be a shame if someone... made a dent in it.
There are even no damage runs, too.
Director Nomura stresses that the team prioritized quality over quantity with side missions.
Yoshinori Kitase speaks with Kenny Omega about developing Final Fantasy 7 in the mid 90's.
The demo is out and the internet's ablaze.
Does this mean the victory theme is a tune in the game world?
Every new beginning comes from some other beginning's end.
Nomura says the Remake was steering toward real-time since the planning stages.
Apples are packed with fiber, vitamin C, and story lore.
He'll instead be starring as a "guest" character in part one of the remake.
Plus scattered thoughts on summons, Mako Reactor 5, and more.
Final Fantasy 7 Remake and Marvel's Avengers are likely coming to next gen consoles.
Game director Naoki Yoshida and other Japan-based staffers are bowing out.
Cloud Strife is a big, big boy.
The game continues to look amazing.
Chocobo Chick is adorable. Carbuncle is frightening. Cactaur is Cactaur.
Fans think it's a new prelude scene for the game.
Also, it's Aerith's birthday!
He's a good boy, yes he is.
With new footage showing Red XIII, Hojo, and more.
Now you can count exactly how many seconds the Knights of the Round summon sucks away from your life.
Square Enix is giving the team "a few extra weeks to apply final polish to the game."
Kazushige Nojima isn't mad that you peeked, he's just disappointed.
The new Midgar might be headed for home computers (eventually).
We could be taking a small trip to Midgar very shortly.
An old snapshot of Tifa gets the Remake treatment.
Cloud may be grumpy, but he still manages to style his hair every morning.
We know who he is. Cloud's not the type of guy to commit identity fraud, right?
New box art details indicate the remake might be a timed exclusive.
The second part of Cloud Stife's crazy shenanigans will hopefully arrive sooner than later.
Ride, my pretties! Final Fantasy 7 Remake draws ever closer!
Not just anyone can beckon the Knights of the Round.
We've got castles, we've got dragons.
Who needs new gameplay footage when you have drama?
Wait, these things have faces?
The end of the world is no excuse for skipping leg day, bro.
Kitase's happy to work on Final Fantasy 7 again, but he'd sooner pass the torch for #8.
You don't need to worry about all that newfangled action combat.
Frog Cloud has a tiny sword, and it will be the end of me.
Say hello to the Don, President Shinra, and more.
It looks slightly ropy, but still very impressive.
This odd slip-up makes us curious about a potential new platform.
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Tetsuya Nomura reveals even more details for Final Fantasy 7 Remake.
The original 7th Heaven gets a shoutout.
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So whether you're on the PS4 or PS5, you'll have Final Fantasy 7 Remake.
Square Enix may have misplaced a few classic video game source codes.
Steve Burton will be stepping down from the role after 17 years.
They really need to tone down the swearing in Final Fantasy 7 Remake.
Square Enix isn't sure how many episodes there will be.
Square Enix finally gives Marvel and Final Fantasy fans what they want.
The best, most complete look at Final Fantasy 7 Remake yet. Including Tifa.
Final Fantasy 7 Remake has a trailer and release date before Square Enix's big E3 presentation.
There's a lot under the hood.
Profits are down at Square Enix, and the company doesn't expect big changes for next year.
Sony's PlayStation Direct teased Square Enix's highly anticipated remake.
Final Fantasy 7 Remake gets more help.
Trust me. That's smooth.
One of Nomura's new projects include the Final Fantasy 7 remake.
Step aside Kingdom Hearts 3.
Could we see more than just the Remake?
Also, expect to learn more about the members of Avalanche.
Don't call it a remake, I've been announced for years.
An art exhibit in Tokyo unveiled a new Cloud.
"From here on out, with production and quality in mind, we're shifting to our in-house organization."
Business Division 1 needs a big, beautiful team for their big, beautiful remake.
Yoshinori Kitase is frank about the progress of Final Fantasy VII Remake.
Director Tetsuya Nomura admits that Square Enix' next flagship games aren't near the finish line.
Square Enix is not opposed to content from Crisis Core or Advent Children appearing in the remake.
Square Enix says it'd have to "cut various parts" to have Final Fantasy VII Remake as a single game.
See all the big announcements and watch the trailers as we recap the announcements from Sony's PSX 2015 keynote.