More Final Fantasy 7 remake on PS3 rumors

With the Tokyo Game Show looming on the horizon, rumors and predictions on what will be on display run rampant. Today, Square – Enix has released its floor plan for its area of the show. Already expected to announce the third part of its collaboration series with Disney, Kingdom Hearts, the floor plan mentions something about a very unexpected title.

Notice a booth to the right of the Open Mega Theater? It says something in regards to FFVII. It would be easy to dismiss the booth as one for the recently released PSP title, Final Fantasy VII: Crisis Core, however, Crisis Core already has its own booth towards the top of the image. Combine this with recent interviews and the ambiguous ending in Final Fantasy VII: Crisis Core, its enough to leave anyone wondering what Square is planning on announcing at TGS.

Final Fantasy VII is, without a doubt, the most popular Final Fantasy of the series. Stunning everyone with its mesmerizing graphics and deep storyline, the game was nearly single handedly responsible for making RPGs accessible to mainstream audiences and rocketing Sony’s Playstation brand to the top of the industry.

Luckily, we won’t have to wait too long to find out Square’s plan. The TGS is set to open its doors later this week, September 20-23. Is this just more wishful thinking, or will Square finally deliver what the fans have been craving since the PS3 tech demo? I guess will know shortly.

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~ by exgn on September 16, 2007.

2 Responses to “More Final Fantasy 7 remake on PS3 rumors”

  1. i hope we can find something after all this waiting but to be more reasonable about all this issue’s who can remember what happen two years ago when one of square-enix server had been hacked or high jacked i think that is the reason they kept everything as a secret
    but i don’t thing that is the only reason who knows??????

  2. This is one of the greatest games of all time, it needs a face lift, and will sell like crazy. Remaking this thing is a no-brainer.

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