Finally, A Winner!
Brendan    2007-09-05, 21:53 pm.

Scores are in and the mother of Japanese gaming magazines says Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII is a keeper. Out of a total of 10 points, the game got three scores of 9 and one score of 8. Thusly, Crisis Core is the first Final Fantasy VII sequel to meet to a warm reception.

Let the localization wait time begin.

KainZ7    2007-09-05, 22:27 pm

well, im not impressed with this 10, this is a FInal Fantasy game afterall, 10 is the standard for FF games

kula shakerz    2007-09-08, 14:09 pm

I'm sure its gonna be great :) So hurry up SE and release a English version!!

sifar    2007-09-09, 07:12 am

Its not really a numbered title ... so no1 expects a 10/10 from it heh ... but those scores are pretty decent ... much better than DoC i think anyway :p

Crisis Core Out in Europe

kula shakerz    2008-06-20    3 comments

The day is here. Final Fantasy VII: Crisis Core has finally been released in Europe. So if you're a fan of the Final Fantasy VII universe and haven't already imported the game then you should go out and pick up a copy.

Getting All Shiny and Fancy

Brendan    2008-06-10    2 comments

Patient gamers native to Europe who, by some stroke of loyalty, have not hooked themselves up with a copy of Crisis Core may want to consider grabbing themselves a Crisis Core PSP bundle when the game launches on the 20th of this month. Otherwise gamers can still buy the standalone version or the collector's edition that comes with the art...

European Crisis Core Release Date

kula shakerz    2008-05-18    0 comments

Square Enix recently announced that the official European release date for Final Fantasy VII: Crisis Core will be on the 20th June. Crisis Core sold 350,000 copies in Japan on its release date, including the 77,777 Limited Edition PSP/Crisis Core bundles.Square Enix recently announced that Crisis Core was its best-selling game across all regions from April through September with 710,000...