Open Discussion: April 22nd, 2018
(Last Updated On: April 22, 2018)

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As for this week, the topic is about Square Enix. The company has published and developed quite a few games and will be doing some other interesting things in the near future. One project the company is currently working on, which seems to have folks split, is the remake of Final Fantasy VII.

With that said, what games would you like to see Square Enix make or bring back? Would you like to see more new or old games, remasters, remakes, or something else?

And speaking of Square Enix and Final Fantasy… here’s the orchestrated version of Nobuo Uematsu’s Aria Di Mezzo Carattere from Final Fantasy VI, performed by the Swedish symphony orchestra.


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