DKΣ3713: Advent Children Complete in March 2009
Brendan    2008-08-02, 08:09 am.

After nearly two and a half years Advent Children Complete, the extended Blu-Ray edition of the Final Fantasy VII DVD Sequel, will hit Japanese shelves in March of 2009. This news comes to us courtesy of Square Enix's DKΣ3713 which is currently taking place in Japan for the duration of this weekend. Square Enix is planning a hardware bundle with the PS3. Price and exact date have yet to be determined.

kweh!    2008-08-02, 11:19 am

I hope the hardware bundle makes it outside of Japan. I'd love to have an FF branded PS3. :P

LagunaLoireVIII    2008-08-03, 04:51 am

i knew it i said they would extend it read some of the old posts about this i knew it i just hope it is like 2 hours more or so

Reunion Tracks / Advent Children Complete Dated

Brendan    2009-07-16    0 comments

The loyal who have run out and purchased Advent Children Complete will no doubt remember the awesome music found therein. Square Enix will release Final Fantasy VII Advent Children Complete Reunion Tracks on September 16, 2009 almost four years after the soundtrack to the original hit shelves in Japan. Be sure to pre-order yours through an import site like PlayAsia...

ACC Pulls Away with 100K

Brendan    2009-04-21    6 comments

That's right, kids. PG's BRINGING IT. Sources across the net are reporting that Advent Children Complete, the Blu-Ray outing of the Final Fantasy VII DVD sequel sold MASSIVE amounts in Japan after it's first day. How massive, ask the skeptics? In it's first day on the shelves, it is being said, ACC sold 100,000 copies in the land of the...

Advent Children Completes It's Mission

Xin    2009-04-20    0 comments

Originally released in the fall of 2005, Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children was met with mixed reviews from critics and fans alike. Four years later, SquareEnix is giving the movie a director's cut of sorts with Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children Complete, this time in beautiful HD. "You are my living legacy..." theSTORY. By now, we're all familiar with Advent...