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All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Final Fantasy VII’

Square Enix Shuts Down Final Fantasy VII Figures From Shapeways

The Shapeways business model is smart one in that it gives people who may normally have it access to 3D printing technology. It also allows these creative types a showcase to sell these creations, essentially positioning itself as something of an Etsy for those who like to create in three dimensions. Because of the mountains of trademark infringement potential in …

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Cloud Strife Returns To Final Fantasy… Kind Of

Fans have been clamoring for a Final Fantasy VII remake ever since Square showed a real-time demo of the game’s opening running on the PlayStation 3 hardware years ago. That remake is probably never going to happen, but you can get the next best thing if you preorder Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII. Those who preorder the final chapter in …

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Final Fantasy VII Gets The Fan Film Treatment

To many fans, Final Fantasy VII remains the greatest game in the RPG franchise. To some, it may even be the greatest game ever made. That may be because the game still holds up incredibly well to this day. The visuals are outdated, but the storytelling and gameplay are still top notch. Final Fantasy VII enjoys a strong fan base …

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Square Enix Officially Announces Final Fantasy VII For the PC

Just out of curiosity, is denying something over and over again, only to admit that the thing you’ve been denying actually exists considered a good marketing strategy? Does it help build the highly sought after buzz among legions of fans? With that in mind, after months of denying it, Square Enix has officially announced that their smash hit, Final Fantasy …

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Final Fantasy VII Coming To PC With Achievements, Cloud Saves

Final Fantasy VII is one of those games that everybody wants a remake of. It’s a classic that has stood the test of time in terms of gameplay and story, but the visuals have lost a lot of their luster. A remake on current gen hardware (or even next gen) would be welcome, but we’ll just have to settle for …

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