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Square Enix Opens Official Dirge of Cerberus Website
04.06.05 - 6:12 PM

Square Enix has opened a teaser page for its PlayStation 2 title Dirge of Cerberus: Final Fantasy VII. Featuring Final Fantasy VII's optional character Vincent Valentine as protagonist, this part of the compilation of Final Fantasy VII is widely expected to offer an action-oriented gameplay, even though no details regarding specific gameplay mechanics have been provided by Square Enix so far.

The teaser page at least provided some details as to who is working on the game:

Producer: Yoshinori Kitase, head of Square Enix's first production team, director Final Fantasy VII, producer Final Fantasy VIII, X, X-2, Kingdom Hearts series
Director: Takayoshi Nakazato, map director Final Fantasy X
Character designer: Tetsuya Nomura, character designer Final Fantasy VII, VIII, X, X-2, Parasite Eve I and II, Kingdom Hearts series
Art director: Yukio Nakatani, effects graphics Chrono Trigger, field designer Final Fantasy VII
Art supervisor: Yuusuke Naora, art director Final Fantasy VII, VIII, X, character designer Unlimited SaGa, Front Mission 4, concept designer Code Age: Commanders
Main Programmer: Yoshiki Kashitani, programmer Vagrant Story
Composer: Masashi Hamauzu, composer SaGa Frontier II, Unlimited: SaGa, Final Fantasy X

Dirge of Cerberus: Final Fantasy VII will be available in Japan sometime this year.


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