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First look at Final Fantasy VII Remake concept art at series 30th anniversary exhibit By Wassim Deen on January 20, 2018 at 3:31 AM

Square Enix is showcasing brand new concept art of Final Fantasy VII Remake at their special “Farewell Stories” exhibition honoring Final Fantasy’s 30th anniversary at the Mori Arts Center Gallery in Roppongi Hills, Tokyo from January 22 to February 28.

Ahead of the event’s official opening, members of the press were invited to attend the exhibition, and images of the game’s concept art have appeared online. The artworks are part of the “Words Aerith Left Behind” exhibit, in which the Sector 5 Church where Aerith and Cloud first met is on full display.

Check it out:

Final Fantasy VII Remake is currently in development for PlayStation 4.

Via: @jsjunshen

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  • •december

    All we need is some actual shit regarding the game lol

  • Martian Wong

    Spoiler in case someone did not finish the game yet….


















    I will cry when I see those three characters die again in the Remake version.

  • at the soup store

    It’s so weird that now we technically have to put spoiler warnings on a game that’s actually older than some of the people anticipating the remake LOL

  • •december

    you can tag your spoilers with *** to save the obnoxious use of space lol Like this haaaa

  • Martian Wong

    Hahaha….thanks!!

  • Tony Garsow

    Interesting seeing these environments from these angles. A lot of FFVII, especially Midgar, had a very high — if not top-down — camera.

  • Vallen

    And there you go people, that is our update for FF7R for 2018, I will see everyone in 2019! :p

  • •december

    Ikr! so lame lol

  • Patrick Bateman

    the pics are blurry and hard to see, but i like how similar and close to the original at least in style these concept arts look for the remake! can’t wait for a trailer now haha

  • I’m gonna be all over this game.
    I want a Tifa statue

  • CocaineCowboyFF7

    I think the term you’re looking for is “isometric”.

  • NoctLightCloud

    This looks very close to the original game, especially when it comes to the colours.

  • Kyle

    I love these pictures.

  • Justice V

    Well it’s all just concept art, would be pretty odd if the art basedon old art didn’t retain similar colour schemes.

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  • NoctLightCloud

    It sounds odd, I know, but with remakes, keeping that close to the original is not always a given. Devs sometimes decide to make drastic changes.

  • MajoraMan28

    Seeing Nomura’s track record in reimagining FFVII, it is a surprise. AC’s colors, characters, tone and story don’t match with the original.

  • OneEye109 .

    Scariest thing is, you’re probably right!

  • Danilo Barion De Oliveira

    Like the remake of Silent Hill…

  • Invictus

    Come on now. We’ll have one more key art in December PSX 2018. lol

  • Mayumi Kato

    that depends on the approach on remake. Did you cried on original? You’d be lying if you say yes, there were no character development to feel any kind of attachment to them

  • Mayumi Kato

    it’s called common sense actually, what might be old news for you could not be for someone else, just because you’ve played doesn’t mean the whole world played as well. People have lives that not necessarily are related to playing games 24-7

  • stevenm281

    I did cry when Aerith died, it was the first death that affected me.

    Maybe you’re not as emotional as others can be, but to call them liars because they have more empathy than you is unnecessary.

  • stevenm281

    its still 20 years old, if someone didn’t find the time to play it in 20 years, they clearly have no intention of playing it.