Final Fantasy VII G-Bike originally hit iOS and Android devices in Japan last October, but the high-speed mobile action is coming to an end later this year. Square Enix announced plans to shut down the service, with the end of the road set for December 15. More after the jump.
It's going to be a while before any of us get to play the full Final Fantasy VII remake, so I suppose we might as well play the original again on another device. Square Enix announced that the beloved RPG is hitting iOS today, and will be available once the Apple Store updates. Hit the jump for more.
A recent poll on My Navi questioned 444 Japanese fans from ages 19 to 78 on what new features and gameplay elements they would like to see in the upcoming Final Fantasy VII remake. The results may not be too surprising to Western Final Fantasy fans. Hit the jump to check them out.
No matter how different Square Enix's official remake of Final Fantasy VII ends up being, I doubt it will end up looking remotely like PD Design Studio's take on the fan-favorite RPG. The Dusty's Revenge developers are currently cooking up Final Fantasy VII: Re-Imagined, which takes the turn-based original and spins it into a side-scrolling 2D action game. Hit the jump for more.
August 11 is the official birthday of the fictional character Cloud Strife from Final Fantasy VII, and fans have taken to Twitter to offer their birthday wishes. Hit the jump to check them out.
There's not shortage of artists who are thrilled by the news of a Final Fantasy VII remake. Believe or not some are even expressing with tributes to characters other than Tifa! Check out the results after the jump.
Now that the Final Fantasy VII remake has been announced, it's time to prepare for the long haul of info trickle. Director Tetsuya Nomura said he couldn't reveal too much, but he did manage to give a few worthwhile bits of information when speaking with Dengeki Online. More after the jump.
Well, the rumors turned out to be true. The Sony press conference just busted out the reveal of the Final Fantasy VII remake, which is "coming first" to PlayStation 4. More after the jump.
Final Fantasy Explorers is now available on Nintendo 3DS in Japan, but Square Enix has more content outside of the game itself that should scratch a nostalgic itch. While you can already transform into characters from previous games like Final Fantasy VII, those who want to hold on to that look indefinitely can download FFVII costumes for their avatars. Hit the jump for more.