The Final Fantasy VII Remake covers only the opening prologue of the 1997 original game, leaving some to wonder whether it will have the same emotional height as the full story. It succeeds in spades, by taking an early tragic moment and magnifying it to the level of a war crime.
Final Fantasy VII Remake takes some cool enemy designs you may know from the original game and fleshes out their background, making for some incredibly memorable boss encounters.
In its early hours, the Final Fantasy VII Remake teases that it's not going to simply follow the script of the 20-plus-year-old PlayStation classic. It makes the player's relationship with the original a central part of the experience.
Final Fantasy VII Remake is easily one of the biggest games this generation and delivers on almost everything promised. Aside from minor things like texture issues, the combat, the characters, and the world are excellent and exciting, offering hours of...
Square Enix revealed the fifth episode of their Inside series, which is currently focusing on Final Fantasy VII Remake. The docu-series talks to the developers who have worked on the remake and provides insight into various aspects of the game. For the...
The upcoming remake of a PlayStation classic lovingly realizes its characters and vistas in modern resolution. But has Square-Enix tinkered too much with what's under the hood?
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If you were thinking you wouldn't have to wait a long time to experience the complete Final Fantasy VII Remake, guess again!
Square Enix brought the heat to E3 2019 with a slew of remakes, remasters, and everything in between! Here's a full rundown of what the announced.
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The upcoming remake of Final Fantasy VII displays none of the magic that made the original so beloved.
Eric and Jon discuss Fallout 4 and Final Fantasy VI on the latest episode of the WhaleCast.
Unlike modern Final Fantasy, FFVI is a refreshing reminder that it used to be OK for epic games to be a little silly.