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Monday, October 27th, 2008
Posted by CloudANDTidus at 06:42 PM EST

Final Fantasy VII Citadel Facebook Group

The Final Fantasy VII Citadel has always been about its community, the vast amount of people who have contributed to the site over the last ten years and the folks who post on our message boards. To that end, its not always easy to stay in contact with the people you meet here, and quite often you fall out of touch with them. Providing a solution to this problem, long term member Uncle Elmo has set up "FF7 Citadeliers Reunited", a group on the popular social networking site Facebook aimed bringing everyone together to see how their lives have changed in the past decade. Check it out!


Monday, October 13th, 2008
Posted by CloudANDTidus at 04:19 AM EST

Tokyo Game Show 2008: Advent Children Complete

Another trailer for Advent Children Complete was shown at the Square-Enix closed mega theater during this years Tokyo Game Show. Joystiq is reporting that new scenes focus on showing the children of Edge and developing the character of Kadaj. A new flashback with Zack was also shown, as well as the extended fight sequence between Cloud and Sephiroth that we were previously aware of.

More interesting however is the report from Christian Nutt of Gamasutra on the 1UP Yours Podcast, that Complete will include a new short movie based two years after the events of Advent Children, which was briefly mentioned in Japanese text at the end of the trailer.


Friday, October 10th, 2008
Posted by Reeve at 10:46 AM EST

Tokyo Game Show 2008: Hands-On With Dissidia

As Dissidia: Final Fantasy is one of the playable games at Square Enix's TGS booth this year, hands-on impressions have started to surface. PSP Fanboy goes into detail about the battle system, while Game|Life largely concentrates on how enjoyable the game is.

Also from PSP Fanboy is a photo of the limited-edition Dissidia PSP, which will be released in Japan on the same day as the game itself, December 18.


Thursday, October 9th, 2008
Posted by Reeve at 10:48 AM EST

Tokyo Game Show 2008: LittleBigPlanet's Sephiroth Sackboy

Media Molecule recently revealed two custom Sackboys they created for their upcoming PS3 exclusive LittleBigPlanet: Solid Snake, specifically "Old Snake" from Metal Gear Solid 4, and FFVII's Sephiroth. As of this writing, it's unknown if and when these Sackboys will be made available; currently, outfits to create Sackperson versions of Heavenly Sword's Nariko and God of War's Kratos can be obtained by preordering the game at specific retailers.

As for how the Sephiroth Sackboy came about, Media Molecule's Alex Evans says: "It all started with the Helghast thing. It was really funny because we were aware of a lot of possibilities of who we could work with. I remember the first time that Final Fantasy was mentioned, and there was a bet over whether it would be happened since it’s such a precious franchise." Later, he added: "(Final Fantasy is) a whole universe, and they’ve built up this ethos. And we’re honored to be let into that universe."

Source: PlayStation.Blog (via Game|Life)

ETA: Here's some shaky-cam video footage of the Sephiroth and Snake Sackboys.


Posted by Reeve at 10:15 AM EST

Tokyo Game Show 2008: Cloud in New Dissidia Trailer

French fansite Final Fantasy World brings the news that the last two characters left to be revealed for Dissidia finally have been, via a closed theatre screening at the Tokyo Game Show. Although there was little doubt that Cloud would be FFVII's hero, Terra has been confirmed to represent FFVI.

In addition, PSP Fanboy has posted some details about the trailer's content. Among the sparse details: there's gameplay footage of Cloud, who "retains his classic look", fighting Sephiroth.


Wednesday, October 8th, 2008
Posted by Reeve at 10:36 AM EST

Tokyo Game Show 2008: More Dissidia Character Confirmations

Via various sources, we've learned that Japanese site TRENDYnet has posted an interview with Dissidia: Final Fantasy senior director Ken Arawaka. In it, he reveals that characters from FFV, FFVI, and FFVII can be expected at the Tokyo Game Show. FFVI's villain Kefka and FFVII's Sephiroth have already been shown at previous events, and FFV's Bartz and Exdeath have since been revealed, which leaves Cloud and whoever the FFVI hero will be. As the Tokyo Game Show officially kicks off tomorrow, we won't have long to wait until these last two characters are officially unveiled!

Unfortunately, a full translation of this interview is not currently available in English; however, a French one can be found here. Also, for the latest in Dissidia news, media, and rumors, come join the discussion on the Forums.