FF 7 fans

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Aug 27, 2006

FF 7 fans by PURPLEMUSTANG at 1:23 PM (1,442 Views / 0 Likes) 11 replies

  1. PURPLEMUSTANG
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    Member PURPLEMUSTANG GBAtemp Regular

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    This is an intresting old topic I came across while using google:
    http://news.spong.com/article/9303?cb=111

    In short FF7 was coded on N64 to advanced sttages but was then ditched and brought out on PS1.So porting FF7 on the ds is possible.
     
  2. Hero-Link

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    lol right, and you belive in Spong... FF6 was shown with N64 graphics, nothing else nothing more.. and that was the only FF SHOWN, in the N64 Era
     
  3. kennyboy

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    Possible, but without all the fmv or poss quality ones.
    Resident Evil 2 is a good case in point
     
  4. delta123

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    well you can switch the fmv to anime cut sequences. or just encode it differently. but if namco can manage to redo xenosaga 1 and 2 to fit the DS cart then i'm sure they can do it with this one.
     
  5. agrikki

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    Chances are really small.

    Final Fantasy VII will probably be up for download for the PSP and i don't think they will bother remaking it for the DS too.
     
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    God, for yet another time, FF7 was OK, but far from phenomenal. Play the others.

    *runs away from mob with torches and pitchforks*
     
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    *chases angrilly with pitchfork*
     
  8. Heinrisch

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    I would love FF7 on the DS, its the best game ever! and that would give me a reason to play it again [​IMG]
     
  9. Redux

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    Honestly, I don't think the fact that FFVII has already been coded for Ultra 64 is bulletproof evidence to prove that it will be coming to the DS. That info has been around for years. The article is only going by some vague comment by a Sony rep.

    But it would be hard for Square Enix to ignore just how much success they had with Final Fantasy III for the DS - and that was a game they had to build from the ground up!
     
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    Thank you blebleman. No worries from pitchforking from my direction. I swear that game deserves the grand prize trophy for the 'most overrated' category.
     
  11. kennyboy

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    That would be a lot different. Played XS 1/2 on the ds before? Its quite a watered down experience.
     
  12. Blebleman

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    - Aha! There you are!

    - Uh, uh-oh. No wait! Beat up my MOTHER first! *runs away*

    *team beats mother*

    -Now where did he go?!

    [REPEAT]
     

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