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New Crisis Core: FFVII Story Details Announced
06.23.07 - 4:15 AM

Square Enix has shed some more light on the story of its upcoming PlayStation Portable title Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII. As previously reported, the game's story begins with Zack and Co. being dispatched to the town of Wutai to investigate the mysterious disappearance of SOLDIER 1st Genesis. Wutai of course happens to be the hometown of Final Fantasy VII's Yuffie. Today's update confirms that the self-declared materia hunter will make an appearance in Crisis Core as well. And apparently just like in the original game, she will cause trouble. Meanwhile, protagonist Zack's senior, SOLDIER 1st Angeal Hewley apparently has to cut ties with Shinra Company for a certain reason. Subsequently, his former employer is going after him. As if this wasn't already bad enough, Zack has to fight against multiple Genesis Clones. These clones of the MIA Soldier 1st possess an incredible fighting power, making them tough foes. Last but not least, a new character by the name of Shitsune has been revealed in today's update. Zack meets this female member of the Turks after the Genesis Clones have attacked the city. Shitsune is the youngest person to ever become a Turk.

Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII will be available in Japan on September 13th for 5,800 yen ($46.80 US).


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