DualShockers’ WeebCast Episode 03: Waiting for the Final Fantasy VII Remake

DualShockers’ WeebCast Episode 03: Waiting for the Final Fantasy VII Remake

With all the recent news about the Final Fantasy VII Remake, our hosts talk about what we know, and how they feel about waiting for the return of a legend.

Our weebcast dedicated to all thing Japanese comes in with its third episode and a focus on what we know about the upcoming Final Fantasy VII Remake.

Our weeb hosts (yours truly and Staff Writer Emily Hobbs) talk about the latest news about the game, and all things Japanese games and anime from last week.

As you may have heard while listening to the first episode (which was focused on Yoko Taro’s genius), DualShockers’ Weebcast is going to be a weekly podcast dedicated to our love for JRPGs, visual novels, anime, manga, and Japan in general.

It pretty much embodies one of the staples of DualShockers’ philosophy, as our site has always been built on the concept embracing our passions, which is why we have been striving to create a safe haven where gamers can be weeb as much as they want, and be absolutely proud of it.

Each week we start with the games we’re playing and anime we’re watching, then move on to the main theme and end up with a roundup of news from Japan and Japanese publishers in the west.

Please do keep in mind that this still very much in an experimental phase. Constructive criticism and suggestions are absolutely welcome and encouraged, so please leave them in the comments below. We can’t promise we’ll follow them all, but they’ll help us grow in the long run.

Now, without further ado, you can listen to the DualShockers’ Weebcast below, either on YouTube or Soundcloud. You can also listen on iTunes if you so wish.

The Final Fantasy VII Remake has been officially announced only for PS4 and for the moment does not have a release window. Despite that, Amazon is already offering pre-orders.

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