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Compilation of Final Fantasy VII
The Compilation of Final Fantasy VII is a metaseries stemming from the main Final Fantasy series. It consists of video games, films, and stories set within the continuity of Final Fantasy VII. The series' logo depicts the same Meteor as the one in the Final Fantasy VII logo.
The series was conceived by Yoshinori Kitase, the original game's director, and Tetsuya Nomura, the main character designer. Nomura would become the main designer for each entry in the Compilation of Final Fantasy VII. Several of the video game installments are of the action role-playing genre.
Compilation of Final Fantasy VII was first announced in 2003 with the reveal of Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children. Because the film encountered delays during post-production, the mobile game Before Crisis: Final Fantasy VII ended up being the first title released for the compilation. A majority of the titles were released for mobile devices.
|Before Crisis: Final Fantasy VII||FOMA iMode:
September 24, 2004
January 30, 2007
April 5, 2007
|Cell phone||Action role-playing||The first release within the Compilation of Final Fantasy VII and a prequel to Final Fantasy VII. The game was split into 24 episodes, with episode delivery working via a monthly subscription-based distribution system. Before Crisis: Final Fantasy VII focuses on the Turks, and is the only game of the compilation that never released outside of Japan.|
|Dirge of Cerberus: Final Fantasy VII||Original:
January 26, 2006
August 15, 2006
November 17, 2006
September 11, 2008
|PlayStation 2||Shooter, action role-playing||An action RPG shooter title starring Vincent Valentine. Releases of the game outside of Japan received several changes, such as removal of the Multiplayer mode, because the game's developers were unsatisfied with the original Japanese version. An International version, featuring the improvements made to the localized version, was released in Japan in 2008.|
|Dirge of Cerberus Lost Episode: Final Fantasy VII|| August 18, 2006
August 22, 2006
|Cell phone||Shooter, action role-playing||A mobile spin-off game that takes place during the events of Dirge of Cerberus: Final Fantasy VII.|
|Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII|| September 13, 2007
March 24, 2008
June 20, 2008
|PlayStation Portable||Action role-playing||An action role-playing game starring Zack Fair. It features a real-time combat system, allowing Zack to move around, activate abilities and attack or block attacks from enemies.|
|Final Fantasy VII Remake||April 10, 2020||PlayStation 4||Action role-playing||A remake of the original Final Fantasy VII. An expanded edition, titled Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade, was released for the PlayStation 5 in June 2021.|
|Final Fantasy VII: The First Soldier||2021||iOS, Android||Battle royale||A battle royale mobile spin-off that takes place thirty years prior to the events of Final Fantasy VII. Unlike other titles in the compilation, which were developed by Square Enix, this game was developed by Alteam.|
|Final Fantasy VII: Ever Crisis||2022||iOS, Android||Role-playing||An episodic single-player game retelling the events of the main titles within the compilation.|
|Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children|| September 14, 2005
April 24, 2006
April 25, 2006
|This film is a direct-to-DVD sequel to Final Fantasy VII. A director's cut of the film was also produced, titled Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children Complete, and was released in 2009; it features graphical retouches, extra footage and rerecorded voice work for both the English and Japanese versions.|
|Last Order: Final Fantasy VII|| September 14, 2005
February 6, 2007
|An original video animation detailing the destruction of the town of Nibelheim. It was packaged with a limited edition of Advent Children called Advent Pieces.|
|Final Fantasy VII: On the Way to a Smile||April 16, 2009 (paperback)||To promote Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children, a series of short stories were written by Kazushige Nojima and posted on the official Japanese website for the film. The stories take place between the events of Final Fantasy VII and Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children. The stories were later collected into a single paperback volume. An animated adaptation of one story, "Case of Denzel," was included in all copies of Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children Complete, which released on the same day as the paperback volume.|
|Final Fantasy VII The Kids Are Alright: A Turks Side Story|| December 15, 2011
January 22, 2019
|Another novel written by Kazushige Nojima and set shortly before the events of Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children. The novel was illustrated by Shou Tojima.|
- Contrary to popular belief, Final Fantasy VII G-Bike, a mobile remake of the G-Bike minigame, is not a part of the Compilation of Final Fantasy VII.
- "SEP E3 2014 - Day 2 [#04 - Interview: FINAL FANTASY VII G-BIKE]". YouTube. Uploaded June 26, 2014.