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'Final Fantasy 7' Remake Update: Tetsuya Nomura Confirms Dramatic Changes; Five-Disc Remix Album To Be Released?

October 19
6:32 AM 2015

The forthcoming "Final Fantasy 7" remake is set to bring dramatic changes, as confirmed by director Tetsuya Nomura himself. Adding to the hype is the release of a five-disc remix album in honor of the development of the said game.

According to Christian Today, director Tetsuya Nomura promises some significant changes to the "Final Fantasy 7" remake, although "we're not able to say the details of what we're changing." The director also explained that despite the proposed changes, how the game is played like that of a shooter game will not be affected. Furthermore, Nomura ensured that in spite of the new elements within the game, it will still be the same "Final Fantasy" game that gamers adore.

One of the changes that Tetsuya Nomura reportedly mentioned is the 3D experience that the whole team is working on. Also, reports have it that developing "Final Fantasy 7" remake has become a learning curve for Nomura and company and that it made the game really special for them.

On the other hand, Yibada reports that Square Enix's head Yoichi Wada confirmed that the company shall only develop another game if and only if it exceeds the quality of the upcoming "Final Fantasy 7 remake. Hence, fans of the games should expect a better quality remake version of the original installment.

Meanwhile, iDigitalTimes reported that there are 200 artists preparing to release a five-disc remix album entitled "Materia: Final Fantasy VII." It is a collection of 87 remixed best songs from the franchise, and it is created for the sole purpose of honoring the upcoming remake. The publication added that the composers include Dale North ("Dragon Fantasy Book II"), Will Roget II ("Lara Croft" and "The Temple of Osiris"), Francisco Cerda and John Robert Matz ("Gunpoint"), Jeff Ball ("TimeSpinner"), Smooth McGroove, Kyle Landry, String Player Gamer, Laura Intravia, and Kristin Naigus among others.

It seems like "Final Fantasy 7" remake is a game that every player is aching to grasp. But, in the meantime, they just have to hope for the dramatic changes to be tantamount to the awesomeness of the franchise.

Are you purchasing the five-disc remix album, too? Let us know in the comments below.

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