The official PlayStation blog released a list of top PS4 games downloaded during the month of April. In other words, the newly posted May report reflects what games PS4 goers happened to fancy, and which titles came out on top across four tiers. Continue reading “Sony Reveals Top PlayStation Games Downloaded In April 2020”
[Editor’s Note:] For clarification, Final Fantasy VII Remake has moved a total of 3.5 million units, according to TweakTown, and more than 700,000 units in Japan, as reported by Twinfinite. The information below relates to a comparison of a single week of sales between Final Fantasy VII Remake and Trials of Mana.
[Original article:] In the distant future, there may come a day when the video game industry learns to stop attempting to sell new games with old names they have nothing to do with. After shipped numbers for Final Fantasy 7 failed to half the sales of Final Fantasy 15, Square Enix appears to have at the very least realized mistakes were made with Final Fantasy 7’s remake. As the company attempts to backpedal their rhetoric on chasing a newer audience with promises of sticking true to the original’s story in future now smaller expansions, sales continue to remain relatively flat. Continue reading “Trials of Mana Outsells Final Fantasy 7 Remake In Japan As Sales Remain Flat in UK”
Final Fantasy 7’s remake was one of those games no one really asked for. Nor did anyone want a complete reimagining of the source material with a nice helping of modern standards to further water down the product. Yet the industry is desperate to convince people this game has performed exceedingly well when in reality, it hasn’t. Continue reading “Final Fantasy 7 Remake DLC to be Smaller and Will Stick to Original Story Going Forward According to Developers”
According to producer Yoshinori Kitase and director Tetsuya Nomura, it seems as if there will be more Final Fantasy VII Remake games. And speaking of more parts, a new interview that Ultimania published reveals the first and second parts might turn into a trilogy.
Continue reading “Final Fantasy VII Remake Producer Hints At Potential Trilogy And More Parts”
If you don’t know, a new report highlighting a recent interview on Final Fantasy VII Remake and its second part is up. Although the second part doesn’t have a release date as of now, the write-up in question mentions that development on the second installment is already underway as we speak. Continue reading “Final Fantasy VII Remake Part 2 Development Is Already Underway, Says Report”
The ending for Final Fantasy VII Remake is highly controversial because it rewrites the events of the game’s lore, and sets the stage for the second episode to take a completely different route than what played out in the original game. Well, people aren’t too fond of this change, and the people who upload the ending are risking being sued by Square Enix if they attempt to challenge the publisher for issuing copyright strikes against channels for posting the ending. Continue reading “Square Threatens To Sue People Uploading Final Fantasy 7 Remake Ending”
Square Enix has announced Final Fantasy VII Remake‘s shipment in its first three days on the market. According to the company, the game has shipped 3.5 million, which is said to be “exceptional.” Continue reading “Final Fantasy VII Remake Shipment Reaches Over 3.5 Million In 3 Days”
The UK sales chart for the week ending April 11th, 2020, has arrived. And as per the chart, Square Enix’s Final Fantasy VII Remake has managed to snag the top spot, being trialed by Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Animal Crossing: New Horizons. Continue reading “Final Fantasy VII Remake Tops The UK Sales Chart”
On multiple occasions, we’ve reported on Square Enix bringing Final Fantasy VII Remake to PC, which in turn makes the game a PS4 timed exclusive. Well, in a new video that stands as a “thank you” to patient gamers and fans alike reveals the footage in said video was captured on PC. Continue reading “Square Enix Teases PC Version Of Final Fantasy VII Remake With New “Thank You” Video”
People are excited about the release of the Final Fantasy VII Remake on April 10th, but if you’re hoping for a faithful recreation of the original, that’s not what this new game is. In fact, it’s a complete reboot. Everything changes. Continue reading “Final Fantasy VII Remake Ending Completely Rewrites Events, Reboots The Story”
Activision and Infinity Ward’s Call of Duty: Modern Warfare calls for 150GB of free space to install the first-person shooter, while Take-Two Interactive and Rockstar Games’ Red Dead Redemption 2 needs 100GB of free space. Well, it looks like those two games will be accompanied by Square Enix’s Final Fantasy VII Remake, given that the PS4 timed-exclusive install size is 100GB according to new reports. Continue reading “Final Fantasy VII Remake PS4 Download Size Is 100GB, As Per Reports”
Now here’s some interesting news. While a bunch of events, movies, anime, and conventions are being postponed, delayed, or outright cancelled due to Corona-chan, Square Enix is moving in the opposite direction: they’re actually shipping Final Fantasy VII Remake early in Europe and Australia to compensate for potential hiccups and delays from the distribution side of things. Continue reading “Final Fantasy 7 Remake Ships Early In Europe, Australia Due To Coronavirus”
Some gamers have noticed that in addition to the black sports bra that the Ethics Department forced the developers of Final Fantasy VII Remake to lazily put on Tifa to use as an excuse to remove any jiggle physics, they also had an extra layer of support put on underneath her purple dress. Continue reading “Final Fantasy 7 Remake Has Tifa Wearing Extra Boob Support In Purple Dress”