While it can be difficult to pull away from the air of disappointment surrounding Final Fantasy VII Remake and Square Enix's apparent inability to actually show us the game, there appears to be at least some glimmers of hope dripping through from the title's development. Case in point, it sounds like Nobuo Uematsu is involved.

For those who don't know, Uematsu is considered by many to be one of the greatest video game composers of all time. He put together the musical score for every mainline Final Fantasy title up until XI, and most, if not all of them are still regarded as masterworks.

It's unclear just how involved with the project Uematsu is, but at this point, we'll take any good news that we can get. Now we just have to hope that one day we might actually get to play Final Fantasy VII Remake (and listen to it).

[via twitter.com, reddit.com]