Final Fantasy VII's Entire Game Remade In LittleBigPlanet

Final-Fantasy-VII-Remade-In-LittleBigPlanetFor the last few years, one LittleBigPlanet sculptor has been recreating one of his favourite games in the platforming title’s sandbox. While many of us have tried our hand at making custom levels in the MediaMolecule release, this talented gamer has instead remade all of Final Fantasy VII’s 3 disc adventure into many different playable levels.

TheJamster1992 recently revealed the entirety of his project, uploading videos of each and every level which charmingly manages to recapture the magic of Final Fantasy VII. Instead of just throwing the player into the first playable moment of the RPG, the LittleBigPlanet mastermind has also gone out of his way to recreate the various cutscenes using any means possible. This includes the iconic introduction to the game, showcasing Midgar’s reactor, the incoming train of Avalanche members, and of course Aerith.

So should you be in the mood to revisit SquareSoft’s 1997 epic, you’ll be pleased to know that a large selection of these LittleBigPlanet levels are now playable online thanks to the creator.

Final Fantasy VII (LittleBigPlanet Remake)

Link: Final Fantasy VII in LittleBigPlanet



Better known as Adam offline, Cauterize is one of RetroCollect's final bosses with an unhealthy addiction to pixels. When he's not out searching the web for the latest retro gaming news or creating content for RetroCollect, he'll will most likely be found working on his Sensible Soccer skills.

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(Link to this comment) Turkish 2014-11-20 10:20
Damn this is quite an accomplishment!
Really would like to play this sometime.

Some people have lots of time on their hands.
Now, if you'll excuse me, I have to go and remake all the levels of Megaman IV in paper mache.

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