What do you get when you add a girl's first real bishounen crush, excruciatingly pretty-ful CG that wasn't around back in 1997 when aforementioned crush began, and the words Final Fantasy VII all together..?
Instant recipe for fangirl highness, that's what.
*points* Look, just look at the vast transformation that blocky SD Sephiroth with toothpick-sized Masamune has made.. and marvel at the results!
But that's not all, ladies and.. well, fanboys! There's also:
Super-hot loner bishounen Cloud Strife! Complete with angsty expression! And Aeris's Sector Five Slums Church as a background! Considering that the last time we got to see any of these characters in CG the results weren't nearly as amazing, I'm kinda glad they've waited this long to make another Final Fantasy VII spin-off project.
Ah, right. So if you're done marvelling over the wonders of advanced CG, here's the scoop, straight from RPGfan.com:
Square Enix Announces Three Major Titles
09.25.03 - 4:33 AM
Square Enix has announced Kingdom Hearts II for PlayStation 2, Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories for the Game Boy Advance as well as Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children. Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children, pictured below, will be an entirely new DVD movie title, whose story will take place two years after the events of Final Fantasy VII and explore what has happened since Cloud and friends saved the world from Sephiroth and the meteor. It will also mark the return of popular FFVII protagonist Cloud Strife and his old foe Sephiroth. We will have more information on this, as well as the two Kingdom Hearts titles as the news becomes available - hopefully during this week's Tokyo Game Show.
Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children will be available sometime next year.
More Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children Details
10.01.03 - 10:04 AM
In an interview with a Japanese publication, members of Square Enix's first production team talked about their CG movie project Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children. The 60-minute movie is currently 10% complete. It was reiterated that the company was not working on a game sequel to Final Fantasy VII. A total of about 20 characters will appear in Advent Children and the audience might ask itself at one point or another: What is this character doing there? The game's main theme will be "to save the children".
Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children will be available in Japan sometime in summer 2004.
Oh, and just for some added eye-candy:
More mature-looking Sora. *happy sigh* Yeah, life is good...