But only now, has the behind that resurrection found the right time to devote themselves 100% to the project, says Final Fantasy VII Remake producer Yoshinori Kitase.Thing is, the Final Fantasy VII franchise has been far from dead since that game was released back in 1997.
The producer for Final Fantasy 7 Remake, Yoshinori Kitase, revealed in a new interview several bits of information about the game.The game is one of the most important projects that Square Enix has ever produced.
Square Enix is undertaking one of its most requested projects with the upcoming remake of Final Fantasy VII.In an interview with GameInformer, Final Fantasy VII Remake producer Yoshinori Kitase explained that the team is hoping to incorporate characters and settings from spinoff projects.
The producer of the upcoming Resident Evil 2 remake has told VideoGamer.It isn't yet known whether the Resident Evil 2 Remake will feature the fixed camera angles of the original game, or the third-person view adopted by the later Resident Evil 4, 5 and 6.
But there are plenty of other games that deserve to shine again, and we’ve compiled a list of some of the most deserving ones.There are countless games we’d love to see return to the spotlight, but we’ve tried to keep this list fairly realistic.
The grand reveal of Final Fantasy 7 Remake at E3 2015 after many teases helped to make Sony’s press conference that year the conference of dreams.“A remake of Final Fantasy VII required substantial preparedness.
With the remake of Final Fantasy 7 well into production, focus on the original game and all things relevant to it are back in the spotlight.The Final Fantasy 7 remake director, Tetsuya Nomura, recently did an interview where this topic came up, though he isn’t exactly optimistic about it happening.
Coming from gaming journalist Liam Robertson, via the SWGameOutpost podcast, the rumors have made their way all across the internet.You’ll note that I’m not diving into these without making it very clear that these are rumors of a KOTOR remake, because the evidence so far is flimsy.