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Final Fantasy VII: Technical Demo for PS3 Videos and Trailers - PS3

Final Fantasy VII: Technical Demo for PS3
Game Description:Unveiled on May 16, 2005 during Sony Computer Entertainment's E3 press conference, the Final Fantasy VII: Technical Demo for PS3 was shown to the 2000 press members in attendance to confirm Square Enix's development for the PlayStation 3. Recreating the entire intro of the original PSOne classic, the demo was created in real time and featured classic heroes Cloud Strife and Aeris Gainsborough. Unfortunately for Final Fantasy fans all over the world, Square Enix President Yoichi Wada stated after the demo's airing that it was meant for display purposes only and was not proof of an actual remake of the original game.
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