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===''[[Kingdom Hearts]]''===
 
===''[[Kingdom Hearts]]''===
 
[[File:FF Cast in Kingdom Hearts.jpg|right|thumb|200px|Yuffie, Cid, Aerith, and Squall (called Leon in the ''Kingdom Hearts'' universe) in the manga adaptation of ''[[Kingdom Hearts]]''.]]
 
[[File:FF Cast in Kingdom Hearts.jpg|right|thumb|200px|Yuffie, Cid, Aerith, and Squall (called Leon in the ''Kingdom Hearts'' universe) in the manga adaptation of ''[[Kingdom Hearts]]''.]]
*As a crossover series, the first ''{{KHWiki|Kingdom Hearts (game)|Kingdom Hearts}}'' game and ''{{KHWiki|Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories}}'' had ''Final Fantasy'' cameos through [[Squall Leonhart|Squall]] (called Leon), [[Yuffie Kisaragi|Yuffie]], [[Aerith Gainsborough|Aerith]], [[Cid Highwind|Cid]], [[Tidus]], [[Wakka]], [[Selphie Tilmitt|Selphie]], [[Cloud Strife|Cloud]]. While not appearing in the manga adaption of the former, [[Sephiroth]] serves as an optional boss in both ''Kingdom Hearts'' and ''Kingdom Hearts II''.
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*As a crossover series, the first ''{{KHWiki|Kingdom Hearts (game)|Kingdom Hearts}}'' game and ''{{KHWiki|Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories}}'' had ''Final Fantasy'' cameos through [[Squall Leonhart|Squall]] (called Leon), [[Yuffie Kisaragi|Yuffie]], [[Aerith Gainsborough|Aerith]], [[Cid Highwind|Cid]], [[Tidus]], [[Wakka]], [[Selphie Tilmitt|Selphie]], [[Cloud Strife|Cloud]]. While not appearing in the manga adaption of the former, [[Sephiroth (Final Fantasy VII)|Sephiroth]] serves as an optional boss in both ''Kingdom Hearts'' and ''Kingdom Hearts II''.
 
*In ''Kingdom Hearts II'', [[Seifer Almasy|Seifer]], [[Fujin (Final Fantasy VIII)|Fujin]] (shortened to Fuu), [[Raijin (Final Fantasy VIII)|Raijin]] (shortened to Rai), [[Vivi Ornitier|Vivi]], [[Setzer Gabbiani|Setzer]], [[Auron]], [[Tifa Lockhart]], [[Yuna]], [[Rikku]], and [[Paine]] are added to the cameo cast. In ''Kingdom Hearts: Birth by Sleep'', the only ''Final Fantasy'' character involved is [[Zack Fair]].
 
*In ''Kingdom Hearts II'', [[Seifer Almasy|Seifer]], [[Fujin (Final Fantasy VIII)|Fujin]] (shortened to Fuu), [[Raijin (Final Fantasy VIII)|Raijin]] (shortened to Rai), [[Vivi Ornitier|Vivi]], [[Setzer Gabbiani|Setzer]], [[Auron]], [[Tifa Lockhart]], [[Yuna]], [[Rikku]], and [[Paine]] are added to the cameo cast. In ''Kingdom Hearts: Birth by Sleep'', the only ''Final Fantasy'' character involved is [[Zack Fair]].
   
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**After all the slashing combinations, she summons a meteor down onto the target(s).
 
**After all the slashing combinations, she summons a meteor down onto the target(s).
 
**S-Sha also hums "Victory Fanfare" while posing her victory pose. Sometimes she will say "This is my story" while posing.
 
**S-Sha also hums "Victory Fanfare" while posing her victory pose. Sometimes she will say "This is my story" while posing.
**S-Sha borrows "Don't mess with me" line from Cloud Strife, "I will never be a memory" from [[Sephiroth]], "Go talk to a wall" from [[Squall Leonhart]], "Keep your eyes front, I'll watch the rear" from Lightning, "Now we live on, to greet a new dawn" from Vanille, and "Embrace your dream" from Zack Fair.
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**S-Sha borrows "Don't mess with me" line from Cloud Strife, "I will never be a memory" from [[Sephiroth (Final Fantasy VII)|Sephiroth]], "Go talk to a wall" from [[Squall Leonhart]], "Keep your eyes front, I'll watch the rear" from Lightning, "Now we live on, to greet a new dawn" from Vanille, and "Embrace your dream" from Zack Fair.
   
 
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*In ''[[w:c:megamitensei:Persona 3|Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 3]]'' a TV commentator uses the phrase "I bet he'd slit his mama's throat for a five-yen piece!" to describe the character Tanaka. This is reference to the quote [[Edgar Roni Figaro|Edgar]] uses to describe [[Shadow (Final Fantasy VI)|Shadow]] in the SNES version of ''Final Fantasy VI''.
 
*In ''[[w:c:megamitensei:Persona 3|Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 3]]'' a TV commentator uses the phrase "I bet he'd slit his mama's throat for a five-yen piece!" to describe the character Tanaka. This is reference to the quote [[Edgar Roni Figaro|Edgar]] uses to describe [[Shadow (Final Fantasy VI)|Shadow]] in the SNES version of ''Final Fantasy VI''.
 
*In the Nintendo DS game ''[[Wikipedia:Scribblenauts|Scribblenauts]],'' three of the words that can be input by the player are [[Black Mage (job)|Black Mage]], [[White Mage]], and [[Red Mage (Final Fantasy)|Red Mage]].
 
*In the Nintendo DS game ''[[Wikipedia:Scribblenauts|Scribblenauts]],'' three of the words that can be input by the player are [[Black Mage (job)|Black Mage]], [[White Mage]], and [[Red Mage (Final Fantasy)|Red Mage]].
*In ''[[w:c:tekken:Tekken 6|Tekken 6]]'', a fighting game developed by Namco, it is possible for the player to customize their character's hair to look like Cloud's, as well as to choose a combination of hairstyles that resemble [[Sephiroth|Sephiroth's]] hair.
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*In ''[[w:c:tekken:Tekken 6|Tekken 6]]'', a fighting game developed by Namco, it is possible for the player to customize their character's hair to look like Cloud's, as well as to choose a combination of hairstyles that resemble [[Sephiroth (Final Fantasy VII)|Sephiroth's]] hair.
 
*In ''[[w:c:soulcalibur:Soulcalibur IV|Soul Calibur IV]]'', another Namco-developed fighting game, it is also possible to use Cloud's hairstyle; players who recreate Cloud in the game tend to base his fighting style on that of [[w:c:soulcalibur:Siegfried|Siegfried Schtauffen]], as both characters wield massive swords. In addition, when Sephiroth is recreated in the game, he is based on Mitsurugi, although his sword is not as long as Sephiroth's.
 
*In ''[[w:c:soulcalibur:Soulcalibur IV|Soul Calibur IV]]'', another Namco-developed fighting game, it is also possible to use Cloud's hairstyle; players who recreate Cloud in the game tend to base his fighting style on that of [[w:c:soulcalibur:Siegfried|Siegfried Schtauffen]], as both characters wield massive swords. In addition, when Sephiroth is recreated in the game, he is based on Mitsurugi, although his sword is not as long as Sephiroth's.
 
*In ''[[Wikipedia:Lunar: Eternal Blue|Lunar: Eternal Blue]]'' a blue chocobo-like creature drives the wagons of the traveling circus, Caravan. The red dragon Ruby mentions it was a chocobo, but quickly changed it into "Chuckoboo".
 
*In ''[[Wikipedia:Lunar: Eternal Blue|Lunar: Eternal Blue]]'' a blue chocobo-like creature drives the wagons of the traveling circus, Caravan. The red dragon Ruby mentions it was a chocobo, but quickly changed it into "Chuckoboo".
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