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Monday, April 28th, 2014
Posted by Reeve at 07:46 PM EST

Final Fantasy VII Concert Scheduled for June 21 in Tokyo

Symphony concerts celebrating the music of the Final Fantasy series are nothing new, but now, FFVII gets one all on its own. This Final Fantasy VII concert is taking place on June 21st at Tokyo's Suntory Hall, and is the first in a series called "Game Symphony Japan".

FFVII composer Nobuo Uematsu will be present for the concert, which is being conducted by Kenichi Shimura. Although the set list hasn't been unveiled yet, it will arranged so as to recreate the story of FFVII. Here's hoping for a CD recording of this performance in the future, or even some additional concerts outside of Japan.

Source: RocketNews24


Wednesday, April 23rd, 2014
Posted by Reeve at 11:18 AM EST

Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call Headed to North America

If you haven't heard already via the Citadel's Twitter account, the newest Theatrhythm game, Curtain Call, has been confirmed for release in North America. In addition to characters and music from FFVII, there will also be some from Advent Children in this installment. The new FFVII and Compilation characters include Barret and the Crisis Core version of Zack.

This 3DS exclusive is rated T by the ESRB and will retail for $39.99 in the United States, but as for the release date, it only has a vague "2014" for the time being. The announcement trailer is here, and the official website and Facebook page are also live. As for the official press release, it can be found in this post after the cut.