Speaking with Famitsu (via Gematsu), Square Enix’s Tetsuya Nomura said that both Kingdom Hearts III and the Final Fantasy VII remake are still a long way off. “We’re steadily progressing on production, but the wait will be be a bit longer for Kingdom

Chef Ben Churchill has taken to Facebook with a recipe for a Final Fantasy VII Buster Sword chocolate cake. We’re sure it’s as tasty as it looks. Points to the chef who makes a Masamune cake. Final Fantasy VII is currently being

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Square Enix has today detailed plans for a 30th anniversary celebration for the Final Fantasy series next month in Tokyo. Held on 31 January 2017, the Final Fantasy 30th anniversary Opening Ceremony event will be held at the Roppongi Hills TOHO

We may be waiting a while for the Final Fantasy VII remake, but at least we get to play with cool toys soon. Square Enix today unveiled new images upcoming Cloud and Barret figures from the remake line of figures. Cloud

Square Enix today advised that Final Fantasy VII is now available to play on Android devices. It offers simplified controls for mobile play. The release is also on the Apple App Store, and a remake is planned on consoles.

Final Fantasy VII remake Producer Yoshinori Kitase has told Game Informer that each of title’s controversial episodic installments will equal the length of Final Fantasy XIII. “It will essentially be a full scale game for each part of the multi-part series,” Kitase

Final Fantasy VII remake Director Tetsuya Nomura confirmed with Dengeki PlayStation (translated by Gematsu) that the game will feature full voice acting. “Basically, it will be fully voiced,” Nomura said. “We still haven’t decided the voices of the characters that weren’t

Reports by Japanese publications Hachima Kikou and Famitsu have shed more light on the Final Fantasy VII remake. Famitsu reports that work on the remake’s first episode is already complete, though a release date has yet to be set. Meanwhile, Hachima

Final Fantasy VII‘s Buster Sword makes a cameo inside Just Cause 3. Cloud Strife’s famous weapon is stuck into the side of a mountain in Montana. You can check its location on the map below: Sadly, you can’t tether the

Speaking with Dengeki Online, Square Enix’s Yoshinori Kitase and Tetsuya Nomura explained why the Final Fantasy VII remake is being split up into multiple releases. “From the beginning, we thought a Final Fantasy VII remake would be bigger than a single

A press release from Square Enix today suggests that the Final Fantasy VII remake might be episodic. Not mentioned during its recent PlayStation Experience reveal, Square Enix today said that the remake is a “multi-part series”, unfolding over several entries. To the

Sony and Square Enix used this weekend’s PlayStation Experience to show off footage from the Final Fantasy VII remake. You can check out the in-progress gameplay below: The news came alongside word that the PC port of Final Fantasy VII is now available to

During the PlayStation Experience today, it was announced that the PC port of Final Fantasy VII is now available to download on PS4. This isn’t the highly anticipated remake, mind you. It’s available now on the PlayStation Store for $16.45 AUD and clocks

Exophase has posted a list of the Final Fantasy VII port’s Trophies, suggesting the PC release will also appear on PS4. Here’s the list: Gaia’s Guardian: Obtain all trophies (Platinum) A Feat of Meteoric Proportions: Complete Final Fantasy VII (Gold) Transcendant Convoker: Obtain

Nintendo today confirmed that Final Fantasy VII‘s Cloud Strife will soon be a combatant in Super Smash Bros. Nice, right? Seriously. Awesome. We’re not yet sure when to expect Cloud inside Super Smash Bros. Stay tuned for more as we know it.