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There’s something about a classically styled silhouette that just screams “high-class.” You can picture the shadow-etched profiles on the brooches of moneyed dowagers or hanging on the walls of old-money mansions. In fact, if I had a mansion, I’d have Olly Moss‘ fantastic silhouettes all over the place. I don’t have a mansion. Thankfully, a new book collects the graphic artist’s silhouette work all in one place.
Brought to you by Dan Hobart, the man who cut abridged versions of Chrono Trigger, Secret of Mana, and quite a few other Super Nintendo games, here’s all of Final Fantasy VII in five minutes. In case you feel like getting all nostalgic and wistful but you don’t have time to play Square’s classic RPG all over again. Enjoy!
I saw this over the weekend and felt like it was a must-share.
You may remember that, last month, Australians were unable to buy Final Fantasy VII alongside the rest of the world. At the time Square-Enix refused to shed any further light on the specific reasons why Australians were being left behind, and simply stated that the Square-Enix store would be “available in Australia and New Zealand soon”. Now, over a month later, Australians are able to buy Final Fantasy VII in the online Square-Enix store.
Gamer Jamie Colliver poured six months of his life into recreating classic role-playing game Final Fantasy VII in LittleBigPlanet 2 — including all the conversations, characters, enemies, bosses and music.
Well done, don’t you think? This was directed by Italian filmmaker Gionata Medeot, who told me he hopes to send this teaser to producers and raise funds to turn it into an actual film.
Final Fantasy VII‘s Wikipedia entry is 6596 words. The Wikipedia entry for William Shakespeare is 5999 words. Let’s apply One-Hundred-Point Scale Internet Video Game Website Score Logic to these two word counts: if we were giving Final Fantasy VII a 10, Shakespeare’s collected works would score a 9.7.
Yesterday Australians were disappointed to find out the Final Fantasy VII re-release was unavailable in Australia, despite the fact it was available in most other regions. We asked the Square Enix’s local distributor if there was a reason for this. The response was a little disappointing.