Final Fantasy 7 Remake News
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.