Final Fantasy 7 fan project unearths unused text, designs

Monday, 23rd December 2013 22:17 GMT By Brenna Hillier

Not exactly news of the moment, but over on The Lifestream fans of Final Fantasy 7 have dug through the game’s code and pulled out unused pieces of text as well as some other assets. The site offers a series of detailed breakdowns, explaining ideas abandoned or refined during development. Fans should be wary of a potential time sink. Then again, you’re on holidays, right?

Thanks, Georgia!



  1. salarta

    Yeah, I believe this information has been around for at least a year, since I remember a year ago using information about content cut from the Honeybee Inn portions and an interview bit about how Toriyama had to constantly be reined in from going too far with that part (he was in charge of the Honeybee Inn stuff) to point out issues with him being in charge of the Final Fantasy franchise. It’s still very useful information nonetheless, so it’s good to have it posted up here for people that didn’t know.

    #1 11 months ago
  2. Ireland Michael

    @1 I was expecting that too, but there’s actually quite a bit in the way of completely new information in here. Interesting read if you’re into this sort of stuff.

    #2 11 months ago

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