FFVII: Advent Children Complete US Release Set For June 2nd

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Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children Complete, the long-awaited Blu-ray version of Square Enix’s amazing animated CG flick from 2005/2006, finally has a US ship date. Released last month in Japan, Advent Children Complete is set to make Final Fantasy fanboys across the country cream their pants (again) on June 2nd. It’ll cost a pretty penny, though, with an expected retail price of $38.96.

In case you haven’t been following along, Advent Children Complete is a Director’s Cut of the original movie completely re-rendered in high definition and enhanced with 1,000 “revised” scenes, 26 minutes of all-new footage, and plenty of new bonus features, including a 25-minute anime short titled “On the Way to a Smile – Episode: Denzel,” three featurettes — Legacy of FINAL FANTASY VII, Reminiscence of FINAL FANTASY VII, and Reminiscence of FINAL FANTASY VII COMPILATION — and all of the Advent Children Complete trailers. Sadly, the US version won’t include the Final Fantasy XIII playable demo Japan got. But a brand new trailer will be included on the disc in its place.

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