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The Compilation of Final Fantasy VII is a sub-franchise within the Final Fantasy series that continues the storyline of Final Fantasy VII. Unlike other similar "series" within Final Fantasy, like the Ivalice Alliance, every game in the Compilation is of the same continuous storyline. Aside from the core tetralogy, numerous other spin-off games, anime, or movie titles related to Final Fantasy VII are considered part of the Final Fantasy VII series. In 2006, they used the name Rebirth of Compilation (リバース オブ コンピレーション, Rebāsu obu Konpirēshon?) to refer to a trio of announced titles derived from Compilation works.[1]

This sub-series tends to have a more "sci-fi" tone than most other Final Fantasy games, with much of its world based on modern technology and society. The primary creative team for this series is made up of Tetsuya Nomura as artist and director, Kazushige Nojima as scenario writer, and Yoshinori Kitase as producer.

The Final Fantasy VII Remake incorporates certain lore and setting materials from the Compilation of Final Fantasy VII to expand the original story.[2]

TitlesEdit

Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children#Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children CompleteCrisis Core -Final Fantasy VII-Dirge of Cerberus -Final Fantasy VII-Final Fantasy VII: Advent ChildrenBefore Crisis -Final Fantasy VII-Final Fantasy VII

Compilation of Final Fantasy VIIEdit

Listed in order of release date:

  • Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children: The CGI-animated movie sequel, taking place two years after Final Fantasy VII. It follows Cloud Strife in his search for forgiveness for his various failures, so he can recover his health and his happiness with his friends and family. Cloud and his party members reunite to fight three mysterious young men somehow connected to Sephiroth, whose mission is to locate Jenova (referred to as "The Mother").
  • Before Crisis -Final Fantasy VII-: The mobile game prequel, taking place six years before Final Fantasy VII and continuing through time until just before the start of the original game. It tells the tale of the Turks and their battle against the anti-Shinra insurgency group, AVALANCHE, the far more sinister precursor to the small organization the playable characters join in Final Fantasy VII. The game was never released outside of Japan. Defunct.
  • Dirge of Cerberus -Final Fantasy VII-: The PlayStation 2 sequel taking place one year after Advent Children and three years after Final Fantasy VII. The story focuses upon Vincent Valentine and his battle against Shinra's last dark secret, the Deepground organization that has connections to Vincent's past. Through a series of flashbacks, it shows the events of thirty years before Final Fantasy VII, elaborating on Vincent's relationship with Lucrecia Crescent and Professor Hojo.
  • Crisis Core -Final Fantasy VII-: The PlayStation Portable prequel taking place seven years before Final Fantasy VII. This is the story of Zack Fair, a SOLDIER 2nd Class under the tutelage of Angeal Hewley. The game chronicles the events of Zack's life right up until shortly before the beginning of Final Fantasy VII.

Rebirth of CompilationEdit

A trio of titles announced at Tokyo Game Show 2006.[1]

RelatedEdit

FFVII 10th Anniversary

MediaEdit

Individual titles have specific books relating to them. Below are listed books focusing on the series as a whole:

ThemesEdit

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Naming conventionEdit

The name "formula" with "AC" (Advent Children), "BC" (Before Crisis), "CC" (Crisis Core), and "DC" (Dirge of Cerberus) was a coincidence of production. The title of Before Crisis was partially chosen to link up the abbreviation "BC" with "AC" in reference to year designations. Early plans for Crisis Core were to name it "Before Crisis Core", but it was decided the "Before" was unnecessary, creating the pattern.[6]

In reference to this pattern, the Final Fantasy VII events in Mobius Final Fantasy have been named Eclipse Contact (EC) and Fatal Calling (FC).

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