I’ve slowly been sneakily getting excited for the Final Fantasy VII Remake. I say sneakily, because Square hasn’t made a good Final Fantasy since 2006. As well, the fact that they’ve changed the battle system and relegated the entire first game to Midgar. So, this demo is fucking perfect for me. I’m moderately excited, I’m cautious. I look forward to playing this shit and figuring out how I feel.
Friends, the Final Fantasy VII Remake has been delayed. Which, you know, is so they can really “polish” the game. Or, you know, actually finish it. You gotta love Square and their inability to launch completed titles.
‘Final Fantasy VII Remake’ is going to take up two Blu-Ray discs. And that’s just the first installment, my dudes
After watching the FFVII Remake reveal, I still have no idea if I’m feeling it or not. Is the combat going to be fun? Or just splashy garbage? Is breaking it up into installments a good idea, or a cash grab? I don’t know, I don’t know. What I do know is that the first installment itself is going to be enormous.
Damn. Did not see this coming, fucking at all. The Final Fantasy VII Remake is dropping March 3, 2020.
Maybe: ‘Final Fantasy VII’ Remake date to be announced at E3. Dude, 2025 is gonna be fucking litttttttttttttt
First off, the FFVII remake date being announced at E3 seems plausible. Second off, if you think they’re gonna make that announced date you’re a fucking sucker. Third off, if it’s earlier than 2020, I’m going to shit in your pants.
Square Enix is hiring “core members” for the ‘Final Fantasy VII’ remake, in case you thought it actually existed by now
The Final Fantasy VII remake is, at best, coming in ten years as a broken and underwhelming game. This is despite the fact that it was announced a thousand years ago, and has been “in development” since then. Oh, you need some proof? Well, how about this. The company is hiring “core members” for the title. Despite the fact that the title was announced a thousand years ago.
Square Enix has moved development of the Final Fantasy VII remake in-house. This development underscores, for me, the fact that I had no fucking clue it wasn’t being done in-house already. But, hey! I can’t wait to play this broken ass game on the PlayStation 6 Pro, in 2025. #EasyJokes
Well. I mean, there goes our trepidation about the FFVII being a piecemeal episodic adventure. Inserted, is our fear that Square will be mining the famous title for every last piece of material, in a Hobbit-esque nightmare extrapolation. Or, we could just be excited.