Packed full of emotional drama and exciting gameplay, while also highlighting the dual-audio options available to users, this is the last trailer to be produced in Japan for the upcoming new type of FINAL FANTASY experience that is coming soon
Recently in Toronto at the "Distant Worlds: Music From Final Fantasy" concert, Seth Hay proposed to his girlfriend, Cheryl Murray, in an appropriately geeky and spectacular fashion.
"Once the time came, Arnie (the composer) announced that 'Cloud' has a special message to share."
Video started to roll. Final Fantasy VII's "Aeris's Theme" began to play. And the crowd watched as Cloud gave Murray the message Hay had composed for her: "Cheryl Murray, would you do me the honor of marrying me?"
(Don't worry. She said yes.)
"Never have I imagined I would propose in front of over 3,000 people in a Distant Worlds concert,"
You've gotta' love how they incorporate Florence and the Machine's latest track, 'Stand By Me' into the background. Anyone else out there havin flashbacks to when they used Leona Lewis' "My Hands" for the Final Fantasy XIII trailer/commercial?
On the potentially more critical end of the spectrum, I can't help but ask what I imagine plenty of you out there are wondering along with myself: why the hell post what could've completely taken the video game announcement trailer world by storm in potato quality?
Ah well. The game itself is worthy of all the hype it's getting, like from this fan:
Woah man, woah indeed. If your curiosity's particularly aroused, definitely check out this footage from a live stream of the Final Fantasy XV demo: