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Submitted by azazel665 606d ago | news

Final Fantasy VII – The Web Series Kickstarter taken down by Square Enix

Perhaps unsurprisingly, Square Enix forced Kickstarter to take down the project page for the Final Fantasy VII - The Web Series earlier today. (Culture, Final Fantasy VII, Kickstarter)

Lucreto  +   606d ago
We all knew it was going to happen.

If would have been cool if it happened.
azazel665  +   606d ago
Should have made it smaller. $400,000 was way too big.
Chrono  +   606d ago
Can't blame them. Asking for $400,000 while using copyrighted content without written permission?
Hitman0769  +   606d ago
Agree with those above. This was seen coming a mile away. We still don't even know if it was legitimately ever a fan project or just an attempt at flossing the gaming public. Besides, they could have easily made a flick for 5K and pocketed the rest. Just had NO written all over it from the jump.

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