If you love the cutesy look of Theatrhythm Final Fantasy's chibi characters AND Final Fantasy VII, a new set of toys are on the way to capitalize on that charm. Square Enix will be selling Theatrhythm-style Cloud, Tifa, and Sephiroth figures starting June 27, with each going for ¥2,880 ($28). Pics past the break.
Sometimes RPGs end up complicating even the most simple of tasks. Take Fox's Animation Domination Hi-Def Final Fantasy VII cartoon, for instance, in which Cloud attempts to live a normal life and shop for groceries. Hit the jump to see what happens.
Square Enix's Yoshinori Kitase recently commented on the potential of a Final Fantasy VII remake, stating that the two biggest obstacles are "staff availability and budget." Despite deeming it too big of a project to take on, the company registered a trademark for the fictional Shinra Company in Japan. Hit the jump for more.
If you love Final Fantasy VII, and especially the way its characters were depicted in the Theatrhythm Final Fantasy rhythm game, you'll want to get your hands on Square Enix's upcoming Static Arts mini figures. See Cloud, Tifa, and Sephiroth, along with pre-order info, after the jump.
Having created Cloud's iconic Buster Sword last year, master swordsmith and renowned propmaster Tony Swatton returns to Final Fantasy VII this week to try his hands at forging his take on Sephiroth's blade. Get a look after the jump.
Last week we posted about Final Fantasy VI heading to smartphones, which had Square Enix director and producer Takashi Tokita saying Final Fantasy VII could follow if the rest of the Legacy series does well. Hopefully you didn't get your hopes too high, because that release is still likely years away. Read on for more.
A modified version of Final Fantasy VI is on its way to iOS and Android this winter. The smartphone game takes the original and modifies it with refined graphics and adjustments to the battle system that allow for less grinding, and FFVII could follow. Read on for more.
Consider this a handy public service announcement: The PC version of Final Fantasy VII that was previously only available via Square Enix's online store is now officially on Steam. More after the jump.
When you preorder Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII, you will receive the free, exclusive Cloud Strife SOLDIER 1st Class DLC — straight from Final Fantasy VII. With this, you'll get the SOLDIER 1st Class Uniform, Buster Sword, and Soldier Band... but not Cloud's blocky hands. Get a look after the jump.