A Final Fantasy "Farewell Stories" 30th Anniversary Exhibition is being held at Tokyo's Mori Arts Center Gallery from January 22 to February 28, giving Square Enix plenty of room to showcase art from the series. One of the highlights is a wall of concept art from the upcoming Final Fantasy VII Remake, so hit the jump for more!
This week was the 20th anniversary of Final Fantasy VII's American release. In Japan, folks were also thinking about FFVII. Dagashi Kashi, author Kotoyama offered their take on the classic JRPG with some sketches of... guess... Barret Wallace. No, Tifa, of course! Get a look after the jump.
How much longer until Final Fantasy VII Remake and Kingdom Hearts 3? Set your sights on somewhere between now and the end of 2020. Square Enix released a list of titles expected to be available in the next three years, and the anticipated titles are on there. What do we know so far of their status? Find out after the jump.
Square Enix has debuted SOME new screenshots of both Kingdom Hearts III and Final Fantasy VII remake at the Monaco Anime Game International Conference 2017 (MAGIC 2017.) Hit the jump to see them!
If the new Final Fantasy VII Remake visual wasn't enough hot Cloud-on-Sephiroth action for you, the classic battle of good versus evil is at center stage during this year's Sapporo Snow Festival. As usual, the festival features some impressive snow sculptures, and one of the main pieces is an immaculately detailed clash between FFVII's hero and villain. Hit the jump for pics.
You know that iconic Final Fantasy VII visual? No, not the one Square Enix just revealed for the Remake, but the 1997 original. Well, the official Kingdom Hearts Twitter account helped celebrate the 20th anniversary of FFVII with a new Kingdom Hearts III screenshot, and it's a nice shoutout to the classic image. Read on for more.
Square Enix had a handful of announcements to make during its Final Fantasy 30th Anniversary Opening Ceremony. They didn't have much to say about Final Fantasy VII Remake, unfortunately, but they did tease fans further with the help of a moody key visual featuring Cloud and Sephiroth.
Play Arts Kai is bringing three Final Fantasy characters to life in their critically claimed statue forms. We’re in for a real treat this time around too. Cloud and Barret are getting a figure featuring their Final Fantasy VII Remake designs. These figures are one of our first chances to see the new character designs unclose and personal, and they look amazing.
If you're a fan of both Monopoly and Final Fantasy VII, Merchoid has a treat in store for you. The online retailer revealed Final Fantasy VII Monopoly, which is about as straightforward a description as one would need. This official licensed product is priced at $49.99 and currently set to ship on April 14, 2017. More after the jump.