By Spencer . April 10, 2009 . 5:27am
Tons of Square Enix games are part of Japan’s PlayStation Archives collection, but none of them have the words “Final Fantasy”. Today, Final Fantasy VII International joins the party.
Don’t be fooled by the “international” subtitle. This game is completely in Japanese. The international moniker was added since this version of Final Fantasy VII includes extra features like the bonus Weapon bosses and a scene explaining Zack’s relationship to Cloud found in the English version of Final Fantasy VII.
The 1712MB downloadable game works on a PS3 and PSP so you can play Final Fantasy VII on the road if you pay 1,500 yen ($15). Most PlayStation Archives games cost around 600 yen ($6), but Square Enix knows they can charge whatever they want for Final Fantasy VII and it will still sell.