Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children Complete has finally been given a release date in North America. It will hit shelves on June 2 for $38.96. Instead of a playable demo of Final Fantasy XIII, gamers on this side of the world will be treated to a new trailer instead.
The movie features 26 minutes of new scenes and several bonus features. There is a 25-minute animated feature detailing Denzel’s past called “On the Way to a Smile – Episode: Denzel.”
If you’re still on the fence, look for our upcoming review of the movie.
Square Enix confirmed that the Final Fantasy XIII playable demo that some of the Japanese versions of Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children Complete will be coming to North America when it ships on April 16. Unlike Japan, there will only be a single SKU for the movie, so all copies will include the demo.
Fans that have been waiting to see Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children in high defintion will finally get their chance. The movie will make its Blu-ray debut on April 16. Sadly, there has been no mention of the Final Fantasy XIII demo that Japanese release had, nor has an MSRP been set. Hit the jump to see the trailer. Continue reading ‘Final Fantasy Advent Children Coming to North American Blu-ray in April’ »
As if we didn’t need another reason Japanese gamers are luckier than pretty much everyone else, the details of new features in Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children Complete, the Blu-Ray release of the sequel to the much acclaimed Final Fantasy VII, have finally been announced. The movie will have 30 minutes of additional footage, and each copy of the movie will have a playable demo for Final Fantasy XIII. If that wasn’t enough, there will also be trailers for Final Fantasy XIII: Agito and Final Fantasy Versus XIII.
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