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Final Fantasy: Advent Children What does that mean to you? To me it is something that is well over due something much wanted by the fans A follow up to most probably the most loved Final Fantasy game that Square EVER conjured up, Final Fantasy VII. FFVII: AC, unlike its predecessor, is a complete CGI film much like the flop that was Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within (which I feel was actually a good film). FF: AC isn't due to hit the cinemas like FFTSW did, instead it is going straight to the miracle that is DVD. It will also be a testing ground for the success of another up-and-coming project, the PSP. Being released on it's own video format UMD.
The film is said to be 70-80 mins long, which lets face it does seem a tad short, but hey, beggars can't be choosers right? The original project was not far from the PS3 FFVII tech demo in the way that is was created. Originally it was only supposed to be a demo made by Square and there CGI specialists 'Visual Works'. However the demo ended up turning in to a full motion picture. With the coming of the second section of the story brings back all of your favourite characters, with 20 in total.
Set two years after the events of Final Fantasy VII, Cloud now leads a solitary life traveling the Planet as a transporter. The office of Strife Delivery Service is located in 7th Heaven, which also functions as an orphanage for children stricken with Geostigma...
It is expected to be released in Japan at the end of 2004, with a US release to follow shortly after [first quarter of 2005]. No word on a European or Australian release has been made as yet