Final Fantasy Union: Episode 113

Why Is Final Fantasy VII Remake Multi-Part?

Final Fantasy Union: Episode 113

Written by — 19 Jan 2016

There has been a lot of discussion about the Final Fantasy VII Remake being multi-part, so upon the suggestion of a community member, we decided to in to give our opinions on the matter! After all, it's a pretty interesting subject.

In addition to this rather lengthy discussion, Lauren and Darryl answer question regarding Lightning as a character and how she could potentially be used in future Square Enix properties and discuss classical music compared to video game music.

To round out the show, we have a fantastic cover of "Theme of Love" from Final Fantasy IV. We hope you enjoy the episode and we'll see you next time (or in the comments!)

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