Final Fantasy VII for Steam is 30% Off (Not in Steam Summer Sale)

By Viet Do . July 20, 2013 . 2:00pm


PC gamers wanting to collect every-single-game during the Steam Summer Sale have a few more titles to salivate over, with Final Fantasy recently being added to the Steam catalog. But why pay full price when you can get a discount?  There’s a new Green Man Gaming coupon netting a solid 30% off numerous Steam-activated games, including the excellent Final Fantasy VII for only $8.40.


You’ll need to have a Square Enix account in order to play the Steam version of the game, but the good news is SecuROM is no longer in this PC version of the game. Some extra notes on local saves for this FF7 Steam version: if you uninstall the game, your local saves will be gone, but you can easily back up the files prior to removing the game data from your computer (the save files are in the Documents > Square Enix folder). Of course, your “Cloud Saves” will be tied to your Square Enix account, so those saves aren’t going anywhere.


Beyond Final Fantasy VII, there are plenty of other excellent games on sale thanks to this coupon, including the recently released Company of Heroes 2 plus the latest Civilization V expansion Brave New World.


The 30% off coupon GMG30-LY2G6-UKDYY will expire on July 22 at 11AM Eastern Time. The full list of games that the coupon applies to is below:


July released games on sale:


Game Title Metascore MSRP % Off Sale Price
Final Fantasy VII 92 (PS1 score) $11.99 30% $8.40
Civilization V: Brave New World  84 $29.99 30% $21.00
Mortal Kombat Komplete Edition  80 $29.99 30% $21.00
Guncraft  N/A $14.99 30% $10.50
Night at the Grindhouse  N/A $14.99 30% $10.50


March through June released games on sale:


Game Title Metascore MSRP % Off Sale Price
BioShock Infinite Season Pass 94 $19.99 30% $14.00
Company of Heroes 2 80 $59.99 30% $42.00
Dungeons & Dragons: Chronicles of Mystara 80 $14.99 30% $10.50
Knights of Pen and Paper +1 Edition 66 $9.99 30% $7.00
Leviathan Warships 72 $9.99 30% $7.00


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