Final Fantasy VII G-Bike—developer CyberConnect2's expanded mobile take on the Golden Saucer mini-game from Final Fantasy VII—now has its sights on a release date. As revealed in Famitsu magazine, the G-Bike action hits iOS and Android devices in Japan on October 30. Video and more after the jump.
The heroes of Final Fantasy VII - Advent Children are the latest FF variants to join Square Enix's Play Arts Kai figure series. Red XIII is due in December. Tifa Lockhart and Barret Wallace are due in December and Cloud Strife is coming in April. With seven gattai combining swords, could sells for 12,960 yen, while the other three go for 10,584 yen. Get a look after the jump.
Final Fantasy VII G-Bike is bringing the Gold Saucer mini-game to iOS and Android, and Square Enix is previewing more of the obstacle-dodging action in a special Tokyo Game Show 2014 trailer after the jump.
Whether you have fond memories of Final Fantasy VII or not, you'll surely find something that rings true in Smosh Games' Honest Game Trailer for the beloved entry in the long-running RPG franchise. Preview FFVII the honest way after the jump.
Final Fantasy VII G-Bike has Square Enix partnering with Naruto and Asura's Wrath developer CyberConnect2 for a smartphone spin on the FFVII minigame. According to Square Enix's Yoshinori Kitase, director of the fan-favorite RPG, its success could lead to more Final Fantasy VII games in the future. Read on for more.
Anyone who played through Final Fantasy VII remembers the Gold Saucer mini-games, including the G Bike race that had Cloud essentially reenacting his motorcycle escape from the Shinra Building for points. According to this week's Famitsu magazine, that game is on the way to iOS and Android as Final Fantasy VII G Bike. Read on for more.
Do you think a mere flower girl from the ghetto could show up on "Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous" or "MTV Cribs?" Final Fantasy VII's Aerith Gainsborough could--her home's valued at just under $2,000,000! Check the details after the jump!
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.