The characters in Final Fantasy VII have been the subject of substantial graphics, some of which have already been examined in the trailers of the next series of remakes. But it seems that they will sound somewhat different from what they were originally: the remake of Final Fantasy VII includes a new cast of voice actors.
This is not necessarily surprising in itself, but as Square Enix now offers several games that feature characters from Final Fantasy VII, a new vocal distribution could potentially pose a problem. But Square Enix says the original cast will continue to offer voice-over talent for other games in which they appear, such as Dissidia Final Fantasy NT and Kingdom Hearts.
Cloud Strife will continue to be spoken in English by Steve Burton in other games, while Cody Christian (who appeared in the television series Gray's Anatomy and Pretty Little Liars) will take over the role in the remake.
Of course, for those of us who play on PC, we are still waiting for the announcement of a release date for the remake of Final Fantasy VII, but there are still other issues in suspense – Square Enix is not even sure how much this remake will expand, but it seems like they are planning to make it big enough.
Here is the teaser of E3 published recently:
Other members of the UK remake include Tyler Hoechlin (Supergirl, 7th Heaven) as Sephiroth, Britt Baron (GLOW) in the sense of Tifa Lockhart, John Eric Bentley (Walking Fear, Naruto : Shippuden) as Barrett Wallace, Briana White as Aerith Gainborough.
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We will have to wait to see if the series of Final Fantasy VII standalone remake games will be available on PC. But what we do know is that you will be able to summon cactaurs and anthrax, but only if you are ready to buy special editions in advance.