Before 2015 ended, French fashion house Louis Vuitton's creative director Nicolas Ghesquiere revealed the new face of their brand's "Series 4" campaign: the heroine from Square Enix's Final Fantasy XIII trilogy, Lightning.
Produced in collaboration with Square Enix Visual Works and character designer Tetsuya Nomura, Lightning can be seen in the video and pictures sporting the brand's Spring-Summer 2016 collection.
Square Enix revealed a short gameplay trailer of Final Fantasy VII Remake for the PlayStation 4 at the PlayStation Experience event in San Francisco, CA last weekend.
According to the official press release, the much-anticipated remake of the classic hit RPG will be "told across a multi-part series, with each entry providing its own unique experience." There is still no detail on when the first part of the episodic videogame remake will be released.
Check out the trailer below featuring the opening act of the original game in modern graphics and storytelling.
Recalling last year's PSX, game producer Shinji Hashimoto announced that FFVII will return on the PS4, much to the delight of the roaring audience. That elation turned into disappointment when the return only meant a PS4 port of the PC version of the game. Now, this remake looks to make up for last year's terrible trolling, but now concerns arise from gamers as regards the fact that the remake will be released episodically.
I'll keep posted on new details of this much awaited remake.
A blockbuster announcement from Nintendo just came out: Cloud Strife will join Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and WiiU!
Nintendo hosted a character poll where gamers could put in a vote for whichever character they would want to appear as the next DLC character in the game.The poll closed in October 3, and from all the fan nominations, the developers ultimately chose the protagonist of Final Fantasy VII, who will now officially join the roster despite debuting on the Sony PlayStation.
This makes Cloud the sixth guest character to appear in the Smash series, following Solid Snake (in Super Smash Bros. Brawl), Sonic the Hedgehog, Rockman, Pac-Man and Ryu. His addition also makes Square Enix the fifth third-party collaborator to join the series after Konami, Capcom, Sega and Bandai Namco.
I declare it as official: Smooth McGroove is the God of A Cappella.
If you're a gamer, even if you hadn't played Final Fantasy VII, you might at least be familiar with Sephiroth's in-game theme song, One Winged Angel. Listen to Smooth McGroove's amazing all-vocal rendition of the themesong below.
You might also want to subscribe to his YouTube channel to see more of his awesome video game a cappella covers.