Final Fantasy VII
Game Producers Addresses Concerns about FF7 Reboot’s Multi-Part Release
Dec 12, 2015 Yoshinori Kitase, the producer and director of various "Final Fantasy" games, released a letter addressing the gamers' concerns regarding the announcement that the "Final Fantasy VII" Remake will have an episodic release. According to Kitase, launching the game in this manner is the only way the developers will be able to provide a full gameplay experience.
Square Enix Confirms ‘Final Fantasy VII’ Remake will Launch with Multiple Parts
Dec 08, 2015 Developers of the upcoming "Final Fantasy VII" remake confirmed that once the game launches, it will be released in multiple parts. According to them, the new version of the game is too big to fit into a single release.
FF7 Remake Not Going to be All About Action According to Game’s Producer [WATCH TRAILER]
Dec 07, 2015 During the recent PlayStation Experience 2015 event, game producer Yoshinori Kitase shared some important details about the upcoming "Final Fantasy VII" remake. Based on Kitase's statements, the updated version of the game will have real-time gameplay elements instead of being solely action-based.
‘Final Fantasy VII’ Now Available for iOS Devices
Aug 21, 2015 The "Final Fantasy VII" mobile game is now available for Apple's iPhone and iPad devices. According to various sources, the game is actually a mobile port of the PC version that first came out in 1997.
‘Final Fantasy VII’ Remake for PlayStation 4 to Feature Major Changes in Combat Sequences
Aug 03, 2015 Tetsuyo Nomura, the game director for the upcoming "Final Fantasy VII" remake for the PlayStation 4, confirmed that the game will feature a different combat system compared to the original title. Despite this, the director assured fans that the remake will still bring the same familiar game play experience.
‘Final Fantasy VII’ Remake for PS4 Will Not Have New Characters According to Game Director
Jun 27, 2015 The director of the "Final Fantasy VII" remake confirmed that the upcoming version of the game will not feature new characters. Although gamers will still be able to see the familiar characters, director Tetsuya Nomura hinted that the remake will feature a more realistic game play system.