The Legendary Final Fantasy Composer Nobuo Uematsu Return for Final Fantasy Remake?

Final Fantasy VII Remake Has Composer Nobuo Uematsu On Board

Legendary Composer Nobuo Uematsu Back On FF7 Remake

New male character (from latest half)Without the inclusion of basic in-game move lists or character tutorials, Dissidia Final Fantasy NT presents players with a pretty steep barrier to entry and learning curve.

Fans who have been eagerly anticipating the FF7 Remake, however, may be disappointed with the release date. The information comes from a pamphlet during a recent BRA★BRA Final Fantasy event.

On the Lifestream forums, a member who goes by the handle "hian" uploaded the translation of a recording of a behind-closed-doors conversation between Kitase and Hamaguchi, along with Square Enix character designer Tetsuya Nomura.

A handful of new Final Fantasy XI Mobile screenshots were spotted on Nexon's official website and they look very promising.

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However the conversation also revealed Hamaguchi's comments about that possibility, in which he seemed to find this date unacceptable.

According to Final Fantasy VII Remake producer, Yoshinori Kitase, it is said that legendary composer Nobuo Uematsu will help with the PS4 exclusive Final Fantasy VII Remake. Having the first out at the end of this year or sometime in 2019 with the two following parts out before 2023 sounds like a realistic timeline from our perspective, but we'll have to wait and see.

While Final Fantasy 7 Remake's release may be far off, that doesn't mean Square Enix won't at least give fans an update on its development.

Square Enix job listings describe the Final Fantasy VII Remake as "a new creation" that "surpasses the original".

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