Finally! U.S. Fantasy Comes True!

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Just yesterday a whole bunch of yanks got a little upset when we revealed that Europe was going to be seeing the UMD and DVD of last yearÂ’s Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children before it came to the States. While that is still true, American fans can relax a bit as it was announced today that FF: AC would be released in the U.S. just a day after the European release, April 25th. Aside from that, we have a voice cast list announcement as well – surprisingly (or maybe not so much) many of these actors are also voicing some of the same characters in the other Square-Enix franchise, Kingdom Hearts:

Cloud Strife: Steve Burton
Tifa Lockhart: Rachael Leigh Cook
Kadaj: Steve Staley
Rufus Shinra: Wally Wingert
Reno: Quinton Flynn
Rude: Crispin Freeman
Yazoo: Dave Wittenberg
Loz: Fred Tatasciore
Vincent Valentine: Steve Blum
Barett Wallace: Beau Billingslea
Cid Highwind: Chris Edgerly
Yuffie Kisaragi: Christy Romano
Cait Sith: Gregg Ellis
Red XIII: Liam O’Brien
Reeve: Jamieson Price
Tseng: Ryun Yu
Elena: Bettina Bush
Marlene: Wallace Grace Rolek
Denzel: Benjamin Bryan
Girl: Andrea Bowen
Zack: Rick Gomez
Aerith Gainsborough: Mena Suvari
Sephiroth: George Newbern

True fans won’t want to pass up on the DVD version since it will be a 2–disc set with a bonus DVD containing a story digest, deleted scenes, a “making of” featurette, and footage from the debut at the 2004 Venice Film Festival. You can also catch glimpses of the other upcoming games based in the FFVII universe. Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children DVD will retail for $26.96 and is rated PG-13.

Anyone besides me wish this was going to be available in a DVD/UMD bundle?

[Via, GameSpot]

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Just yesterday a whole bunch of yanks got a little upset when we revealed that Europe was going to be seeing the UMD and DVD of last yearÂ’s Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children before it came to the States. While that is still true, American fans can relax a bit as it was announced today that FF: AC would be released in the U.S. just a day after the European release, April 25th. Aside from that, we have a voice cast list announcement as well – surprisingly (or maybe not so much) many of these actors are also voicing some of the same characters in the other Square-Enix franchise, Kingdom Hearts:

Cloud Strife: Steve Burton
Tifa Lockhart: Rachael Leigh Cook
Kadaj: Steve Staley
Rufus Shinra: Wally Wingert
Reno: Quinton Flynn
Rude: Crispin Freeman
Yazoo: Dave Wittenberg
Loz: Fred Tatasciore
Vincent Valentine: Steve Blum
Barett Wallace: Beau Billingslea
Cid Highwind: Chris Edgerly
Yuffie Kisaragi: Christy Romano
Cait Sith: Gregg Ellis
Red XIII: Liam O’Brien
Reeve: Jamieson Price
Tseng: Ryun Yu
Elena: Bettina Bush
Marlene: Wallace Grace Rolek
Denzel: Benjamin Bryan
Girl: Andrea Bowen
Zack: Rick Gomez
Aerith Gainsborough: Mena Suvari
Sephiroth: George Newbern

True fans won’t want to pass up on the DVD version since it will be a 2–disc set with a bonus DVD containing a story digest, deleted scenes, a “making of” featurette, and footage from the debut at the 2004 Venice Film Festival. You can also catch glimpses of the other upcoming games based in the FFVII universe. Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children DVD will retail for $26.96 and is rated PG-13.

Anyone besides me wish this was going to be available in a DVD/UMD bundle?

[Via, GameSpot]

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