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In the classic title Final Fantasy VII, main character Cloud Strife wields a massive sword that’s roughly the length of his body. Could this sword actually be used in real-life combat?
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A modern Final Fantasy VII remake is easily the most-requested video game of our generation. There’s even a long-running petition with over 65,000 signatures. I’m more of a Final Fantasy VIII fan personally, but I’d happily take either or. Sadly, the official word from Square Enix is that giving fans what they want would essentially be too hard, so instead they’re going to continue making easy sequels that no one asked for in the first place.