10cf746e54 2016 IBT Media All Rights Reserved . More From Final Fantasy VII Remake . ^ Hillier, Brenna (2012-06-26). With this in mind, they decided to do a full remake, rebuilding the game systems to suit modern tastes and using current gaming technology to recreate the world of VII. This decision triggered the creation of Remake's action-based battle system, in addition to the most representative modern title for the Final Fantasy series being the 2009 fighting game Dissidia Final Fantasy. Pre-release gameplay screenshot of Final Fantasy VII Remake shown at PlayStation Experience 2015. The Final Fantasy 7 Remake is still a ways off, with no announced release date. Archived from the original on 2015-12-08. ^ Kamen, Matt (2015-12-05). Fantasy 7 Remake: E3 2015 Reveal . 5 Things You Didn't Know About Memorial Day 6 Shares In Case You Missed Lifestyle Natural Ways To Detox Your Body After The Holidays Entertainment Hottest Latino Artists Who Turned Up The Heat In 2015! Lifestyle Mexican Researchers Begin Clinical Trials For Cancer Recurrence Vaccine Lifestyle Rosca De Reyes Recipe: How To Make Delicious Three Kings Bread In Easy Steps! .
Final Fantasy 7 Remake's 'Episodes' are the Size of Full Games . ^ a b c Sato (2015-06-19). VG247. GameSpot MenuPCPS4Xbox OneWii UMore PS3VitaXbox 3603DSReviewsNewsEntertainmentVideos All Videos Trailers----- Fallout 4 Show GameSpot News GameSpot of Thrones New Releases Now Playing Reality Check The Gist The Lobby The Point Things You Missed Forums Games DiscussionPC/Mac/Linux SocietyPlayStation NationXbox AssociationNintendo Fan ClubSystem WarsOff-Topic DiscussionGameSpot GiveawaysBug Reporting & FeedbackSee all ForumsAA Sign in / Join Final Fantasy 7 Remake Will Be Multiple Full-Sized GamesFinal Fantasy XIII being used as the blueprint for the multi-part releases. VG247. Final Fantasy VII was developed by SquareSoft (later Square Enix) for the PlayStation home console. Beginning its development in 1994 as a Nintendo project before transferring onto the PlayStation, its main staff included producer and series creator Hironobu Sakaguchi, director and co-writer Yoshinori Kitase, artist Yusuke Naora, character designer Tetsuya Nomura, and scenario writer Kazushige Nojima. Released in 1997, the game received both contemporary and lasting critical acclaim, became the best-selling title in the Final Fantasy franchise with ten million units sold worldwide, and established the Final Fantasy series as a major franchise. VII was later expanded upon through the multimedia project Compilation of Final Fantasy VII, headed by Kitase and Nomura. Demands for and rumors of a remake grew in the wake of both a PlayStation 3 tech demo was shown at the 2005 Electronic Entertainment Expo, showcasing the opening of VII with then-current technology, and the game's impending tenth anniversary in 2007. According to the latest issue of Game Informer, as reported by Gamespot, the goal is to structure the Remake in a similar way to that of Final Fantasy 13s. Retrieved 2015-12-07.