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Bit Torrent for the trailer
edit: ezboard no likey brackets in ezcode links
Edited by: notwen at: 3/6/04 9:33 am
Yeah saw it a while back. The graphics are nice but I'm a bit concerned about the story. It looks like a new group was trying to find Jenova and resurrect Sephiroth, but that seems a little, well, dumb.
Regardless, I have some high hopes for this.
I saw it a while back too, but the one I saw before wasn't subtitled.
03-06-04, 02:12 PM
03-07-04, 07:34 AM
I saw this a while back and the drool still hasn't stopped flowing from my partly opened lips. Ooohh.. so shiney!
03-07-04, 09:53 AM
Is it a game or a movie or what?
03-07-04, 10:51 AM
Movie, it takes place after FF7
03-07-04, 01:47 PM
DVD release movie, set 2 years after the FF7 storyline. I heard something about a June release date, but that may have been Japan. Hara
Won't be coming to USA for a while.
Where can I grab a Torrent codec for it?
I'm not really sure what you're talking about, Torrent codec? I'm going to assume you are talking about codecs for your video player, you can find info on this at forums.animesuki.com/show....php?t=175
If you are asking for a Bitorrent client, then bitconjurer.org/BitTorrent/download.html will suffice. Edited by: Stalkyr Weaksoul at: 3/7/04 8:52 pm
I assumed Torrent was an avi codec, seeing how it seems to be a modified avi file. BitTorrent client, codec, whatever, whatever.
03-08-04, 06:03 AM
Can't be much worse than the original game.
03-08-04, 12:27 PM
AAAAAAH!!!! What do you mean "cant be worse than the original game"?!?!?!?!? I loved FF7! played it countless times, and if I still had working CDs, I would probably still be playing it!!!!
How dare you defile the name of Final Fantasy 7! :"> :"> :">
03-08-04, 12:45 PM
Yeah, I've been kinda hoping they might go back and give FF7 a facelift and re-release it as an actual PS2 or Gamecube title.
That would make me happy.
03-08-04, 02:47 PM
It needs to be made a little bit harder (and knights of the round has to go).
03-08-04, 07:26 PM
There was a good 70 hours there, each time through. At least if you spent a good bit of time leveling. Hara
03-08-04, 07:31 PM
hehe I once got cure 3, bolt 3, fire 3, and earth 3 outside the chocobo ranch near midgar zolem. Then I beat the snot out of the zolem...twice. That was a fun game, used cloud, cid, and red XIII.
03-08-04, 07:40 PM
Quote:What do you mean "cant be worse than the original game"?!?!?!?!?
I can't believe people liked that game as much as they did. I played through it and I thought it was crap, and I was a huge Square fan when I started.
Now, I don't really care about Square much. FF7 was the beginning of the end (with some notable exceptions). We don't get good games anymore, we get crappy movies that make you push buttons to advance the story coupled with hours of tedious treadmill activities that somehow fool the gaming public into believing it is 'content'.
03-09-04, 05:08 AM
Ok that was a little too much on the 'bah humbug' side, I must have been cranky last night.
To each his own, I hope it's cool for all of you (and who knows, if it's cool enough it could turn me around on the whole 'FF has gone to crap ever since 7' thing).
03-09-04, 11:40 PM
What did you really not like about it? Sure the materia system was new, but other then that it was very similar to 3(6). There was easily 50 hours of game play there, far from a movie with stuff in between. 7 was a very good example of good game play showcased with really cool CG scenes. Even though the quality of rendering isn't as good as it is today, it still isn't bad. Hara
03-10-04, 03:04 PM
Ok. so I watched it way back when and I didn't understand what was going on; but didn't feel bad as I can't read JPN.
Now I watch this one, and am still lost. I recognize maybe half the characters, and can see which scenes are supposed to illicit "o wow" from the FF-heads out there. Was the sub'ing really badly mangled, or was it supposed to be that disjointed rambling thing? Ninen of Saryrn
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