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Cloud is back and this time he has a bike, 6 swords, and sunglasses. Advent Children is set two years after the cataclysmic events of Final Fantasy VII, forcing Cloud to cast aside his life in solitude and return to the fray, as a mysterious illness is spreading and old enemies are on the rise once again.
Sony Pictures Home Entertainment will be releasing a limited edition "Collector's Set" of the movie Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children on DVD in North America. Due out February 6th and selling for $49.95, the DVD package promises to be far less shitty than the original feature. Read on
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BlogIt had to happen, Tetsuya Nomura has come full circle. Sometimes I wonder if I'm out of touch with gaming and that this is what most people really want. Then I think for a moment, and a moment more, and I realize that no, this is definitely not what the majority of people want but simply what they have to live with. Read on
In a recent press release, Square Enix announced their settlement in a piracy case involving Final Fantasy VII:Advent Children and declared their intentions toward increased anti-piracy efforts. On April 17, the company reached a "confidential settlement" with a copyright infringer who uploaded Advent Children in its entirety to Google Video, only to be swiftly discovered and forced into an admission of guilt by Square Enix's persistent legal department. Though it is arguable this poor soul was only attempting to provide a service to parts of the world plagued by the company's long localization times, Square Enix sees things differently. "In connection with [...] Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children," said Yasuhiko Hasegawa, Square Enix's General Manager of Legal Affairs, "we are actively pursuing those who commit intellectual property infringement against our company." Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children releases legally in Europe and North America on April 24 and 25, respectively.
To celebrate the April 25th North American release of Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children, Square Enix is hosting a special screening at Los Angeles' Cinerama Dome on the evening of April 3rd. Tickets will be given out at noon of that same day to 800 lucky people who manage to find transportation to this historic marquee. "Key production staff and cast" are also noted to appear, so don't miss this chance to get "up close and personal" with animator number fifteen.