Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children

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Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children

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Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children for PSP
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"............ wow"
5 stars"

First of all, Way to ruin the ending of the movie Anonymous… And may i say if youre considering not buying it… i hate you… Buy it, you'll want to buy two copies just to show off to your friends. Purchase it… do the right thing…

"Matrix. For the first time again"
5 stars"

Let me just say to all those people who are wondering what kind of me and teetering on the fence, not knowing which side to land on. And the real question is “To buy, or not to buy”. Well, let me give you a few words that will want to make you BUY it…or atleast steal the copy from your friends and have a peek.

“It's like watching the matrix for the first time, second time around”

You got the idea, now go WATCH 'till your hearts content!

P.S For those who havent watched/heard of the Matrix…I pity you. And now go watch this instead and you'll have a bleak idea of why everyone talks about the Matrix and Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children


Set two years after the events of Final Fantasy VII, Cloud now leads a solitary life traveling the Planet as a transporter. The office of Strife Delivery Service is located in 7th Heaven, which also functions as an orphanage for children stricken with Geostigma.

Three new enemies make an appearance in Advent Children. Kadaj, their leader, is in his teens, while Yazoo and Loz are known to be in their twenties. In them, Cloud sees shadows of FFVII’s fallen hero, Sephiroth. The three are after “Mother” and refer to Cloud as their “Brother”. Having obtained Jenova’s head, their purpose appears to be to start another Reunion. Vincent suspects that with Jenova’s cells, they may even be able to create another Sephiroth.

A non-contagious disease known as Geostigma is spreading across the Planet, with Kadaj claiming that it is due to Jenova’s cells working hard in the Lifestream. Children tend to show signs of Geostigma first, though adults are susceptible to the disease as well. Symptoms of Geostigma include mental weakness, pain and even death. Cloud is known to suffer from this disease though he hides his affected arm beneath his sleeve. He is heard coughing and clutching his arm in some parts of the trailers. Victims bandage affected regions and it was Cloud's used bandage, which Marlene found in the Church, that gave away his condition.
Release date Australia
May 24th, 2006
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  • PSP
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