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FF7 fans, get on the hype train...
It's actually happening. A Final Fantasy VII modern remake.
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Re: FF7 fans, get on the hype train...
It's actually happening. A Final Fantasy VII modern remake.

Plot twist: Advent Children remake

 

Offline Gortef

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Re: FF7 fans, get on the hype train...
Just read the news about it. Still can't believe it's habbening.
Habeeb it...

 

Offline Colonol Dekker

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Re: FF7 fans, get on the hype train...
I had a feeling this would happen once they made the prequel on psp.
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Re: FF7 fans, get on the hype train...
It's actually happening. A Final Fantasy VII modern remake.

Plot twist: Advent Children remake
It was called Advent Children Complete.

I'm surprised Squeenix finally bit the bullet on this; it seemed they were trying to avoid an FF7 remake for at least the past decade.
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Re: FF7 fans, get on the hype train...
I got to talk to a Sqeenix insider last year and they weren't remaking FF7 because they couldn't afford it. The first go round on FF7 was a forlorn hope that bankrupted the company but (fortunately!) paid off. Up until now I guess they were too risk-averse.