Final Fantasy VII Remake is one of the most popular projects of these times and now, thanks to the Japanese, we also have an 7 minute advertisement.

Some of you know how Japanese productions can be extravagant, from anime series to their video games, but this time it's up to advertising. With its 7 minutes, the complaint dedicated to one of the historical chapters of the Final Fantasy series is one of the longest broadcast on the rising sun.

The promotional video, second GameSpark, aired over the weekend after the annual 27 block of programming hours hosted by Beat Takeshi. The spot features several famous actors such as Masataka Kubota, Misato Moira and Tetsuji Tamayama.

The commercial, which can be considered a short film in some ways, sees a businessman who has never played Final Fantasy VII.

In the video, the man played by Kubota finds a copy of the game that belongs to his wife, but unfortunately without a Playstation at home he can't play it. At work the protagonist's superiors speak of Final Fantasy VII and later, his wife also remembers when he played with his brother. Kubota eventually becomes so curious about the game that he goes to buy a Playstation 4 to be able to play at home with his wife.

To be just an advertisement it is nice to see adults talking about video games in everyday life in an almost normal way, after all video games are part of our everyday life and this short figure understands it. In order not to miss anything, at the bottom of the news you will find the version well 13 minutes.

So what do you think of the "short" on Final Fantasy VII Remake? Will you take the game or are you still not sure whether to buy it? Speaking of courts, you've heard that Hideo Kojima in the future could you make films?