View Full Version : Final Fantasy 7 Movie: When is it coming out???
Does anyone know the release date of the FF7 movie in U.S?
Last time I talked to a S-E rep. he said that it will come out when it comes out.
Actully what he said was this:
At this time, a specific release date for the North American
version of FINAL FANTASY VII Advent Children will be announced once that information
I am guessing that they are still not finished with the VA's.
It is expected to be released in Japan at the end of 2005, with a US release to follow shortly after. No word on a European or Australian release has been made as yet.
It wont be to long now for you guys but the Europeans and Australians are left unsure if it will be around anytime soon.
The Chocobo Kid
I don't know why the VA is takening so long that should be done fast to me.
*urk* if they havn't a clue about the American version what frikken chance has a European release got?
hope it at least coincides when Final Fantasy Dirge of Cerberus releases, come on SE deliver the goods. :bang:
You could always buy the PSP version, they're under the same region code.
This really doesn't make any sense, on the page they vocally speak out against all the people who download the movie. If they'd just release the movie already you probably wouldn't see anything like this happen.
The only thing is it isn't dubbed in English, which means it's subtitled.
I watch subbed anime all the time. It's gotten to the point where I can actually watch a scene and know what's going on.
Oh i agree completely, i'm just saying...to me, it's feels a little more comfortable watching it and having it feel English, rather than Japanese...
It's a nice commodity...but not a neccessity.
You know what I mean?
I just hope that the voice acting wouldn't turn out to be like their FF games.
• The Japanese version does not have English subtitles.
• Both the Limited Edition and Advent Pieces are now sold out in Japan.
• In the first week of release, the movie sold over 420,000 copies in Japan [or by people who imported from Japan], which was 93% of all published copies at the time.
I hope they're also going to release the special edition outside Japan because they have a lot of bonus material like a short anime of 30 minutes which features Zack and Cloud during the time of the Nibelheim incident, etc.
Not sure about the voice over but I expect it to be more than alright. :D
If you guys want to watch Final Fantasy VII: Last Order
They have it on video.google and Youtube.com
Final Fantasy VII: Last Order (http://youtube.com/w/FF-VII--Last-Order?v=bIgTSRCVsnk&search=Last%20Order)
It's about 26 minutes, so you got to give it time to stream before you play it...
Thanks perfect sin that's great. I didn't know it was watchable trough google already. I sure am going to watch it later this night. :D
If you choose a place to watch it, choose youtube (my link) the qulatiy is better.
Speaking to GamesIndustry.biz (http://www.gamesindustry.biz/articles/dave-perry-sony-needs-to-adopt-new-business-models), Acclaim CCO David Perry has observed that Sony has learned worthwhile lessons from its setbacks with PlayStation 3, but that the firm is "rapidly running out of time" to modify its approach.
"Regardless of the position Sony is in right now, I think the lessons are all learned and they have great hardware," Perry began. "I'm also very encouraged to see them open the digital distribution store for PSP."
"I guess that's the point, the PS3 hardware is there," he went on. "and there are plenty of opportunities for Sony to disrupt in other ways, via new business models."
In Perry's view, the PS3 lags behind both Microsoft and Nintendo's machines in certain key respects. "If they stick with status quo, it's going to be an incredibly tough time for them. Microsoft is ahead with their online strategy and Nintendo is ahead with sales."
"Besides great games, I think the lessons learned are that price and accessibility are key," he concluded. "So what are Sony doing about that every day now, and what new business models will they introduce on PS3? They are rapidly running out of time to make these decisions."
Usually I say no to anything more than two days old, but I think this one should be published.
It should be quite an interesting article for our readers, imo -- would be a shame to let it go.