Kojima To Square-Enix: Remake Final Fantasy VII

Final Fantasy VII. The title alone evokes fun memories of Cloud and the gang. I’d deem it the best RPG ever made, but the better part of me would cling to Final Fantasy X. The former game was a PSone exclusive, and up till this day, gamers are begging, literally, for a remake. But is Square-Enix listening? Nope. However maybe they’ll listen to a legendary developer; just maybe they’ll take Hideo Kojima’s advice.

What’s the advice, you ask? He’d like the publisher to remake the game.

Here’s how it happened. Hideo, Square Enix producer/artist Tetsuya Nomura, Square Enix CEO Yoichi Wada and Metal Gear art director Yoji Shinkawa sat down to have dinner the other night. Hideo then tweeted about the meeting, and his fans tweeted back that he should tell Tetsuya Nomura to remake Final Fantasy VII. He said he’d pass it along.

And I’m sure he did, just not too sure if Square-Enix will listen.

Thanks, TSA, Andriasang.

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3 Comments on "Kojima To Square-Enix: Remake Final Fantasy VII"

  1. nick May 21, 2011 at 3:35 am -

    of course they wont, $E puts everything in the too hard basket!
    oh how the great have fallen!

  2. Ernice Gilbert May 21, 2011 at 3:44 am -

    They’ve fallen hard indeed.

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