Tetsuya Nomura makes fun of more spin
On January 31, 1997, Final VII_ launched in the original PlayStation. The game was a monumental success for Square and made the Final Fantasy series a family name. In honor of the 25th anniversary of the game, Square Enix shared a message from Tetsuya Nomura. Nomura was a character designer in the original game and is currently creative director at remake of Final Fantasy VII. In the message, Nomura shared the appreciation of him for love and passion that fans continue to show for the game. Nomura also mocked that new projects related to Final Final VII_ are currently in the works.
“And there will be even more new FFVII projects that began after the new version also in the future. The team sees this 25th anniversary as a point of reference on our trip with FFVII, and will continue to progress towards even greater things, so keep supporting ». Let’s go ahead, “Nomura wrote.
There was a time when Final Fantasy games did not receive direct sequelae, but things have changed drastically in the last 20 years! Given the continuous popularity of Final Final VII_, it is not surprising that the game continues to have such a strong support by Square Enix, and it will be interesting to see what the company has reserved this year. There are a number of different addresses that could be explored by Fantasy Final VII Spin-offs and many dear characters that could occupy a central place.
Next Fantasy Final VII In the initial launch of PlayStation, the game has been ported to several different platforms, which allows players of all ages the opportunity to experience Cloud, Aerith and more adventures. In the last two and a half decades, Fantasía Final VII has earned his reputation as one of the best games ever created. Hopefully, what comes next will keep a similar level of quality. Reception at 2020 remake Final Fantasy was mostly strong, so it clearly Square Enix understands how high expectations for projects related to the original game. For now, fanatics will only have to wait and see what comes next!
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