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Square Enix Will Reprint the Final Fantasy VII 10th Anniversary Revised Edition Ultimania

Square Enix shall be reprinting the Final Fantasy VII 10th Anniversary Revised Edition Ultimania. A list lately confirmed up on the official Square Enix Japan storefront, displaying that the reprint was accessible for pre-order. Once once more, it is a Japan unique so abroad followers might have to amass the companies of buddies as a way to buy the 10th Anniversary Ultimania reprint. The Final Fantasy VII 10th Anniversary Revised Edition Ultimania is scheduled to launch on June 18, 2020 and can price ¥2,090 or roughly $17 .

This Ultimania is to not be confused with the recently released Final Fantasy VII Remake Ultimania. This ebook incorporates info not solely about Final Fantasy VII, but in addition details about video games within the compilation sequence. That contains spin-off titles like Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII and the movie Final Fantasy VII Advent Children. While not as huge because the Remake Ultimania, the 10th Anniversary Ultimania is 240 pages.

Ultimania’s are identified to have detailed character biographies and developer interviews. The ebook that accompanied the discharge of Final Fantasy VII Remake had a number of interviews that not solely delved into the event of the sport, but in addition about a second meaning regarding the term “Remake.”

Final Fantasy VII initially launched January 31, 1997 to the PlayStation 1 and has seen quite a few re-releases on varied consoles. Final Fantasy VII Remake is instantly accessible on the PlayStation 4.

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