Final Fantasy VII Is Finally Part Of A Hardware Bundle

By Spencer . December 25, 2013 . 2:15am

imageFinal Fantasy X has a PlayStation Vita bundle and there are a couple of Final Fantasy XIII themed consoles. Final Fantasy VII, however, was not bundled with PsOne even though the game sold systems.


G-Cluster, a cloud gaming service similar to OnLive, has a hardware bundle with Final Fantasy VII International. The package includes one G-Cluster system, a game controller, and Final Fantasy VII International all in one package. This version of FFVII is the same as the new PC version with stat boosters, an option to turn off encounters, and other tweaks.


The bundle will be sold between December 28 to March 31, 2014 for 13,800 yen ($132).

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  • Detrimont

    So, you’re definitely sure it’s not VIII this time?

  • Emanuele Cervo

    Can I disable random encounters in the Steam version?

  • Guest

    Can I disable random encounters in the steam version?

  • Wake

    There are so many video game hardware releasing lately. Most will likely fail and it reminds me a bit of how it was before the video game crash during the 80’s.

    In some ways the games aspect is a mess too. You have bloated budgets for a lot of AAA games and if you look at mobile gaming, there’s a sea of terrible games because of the ease and accessibility of the platform.

    Heh. This is definitely me just being paranoid.

  • Monterossa

    meh… the day has come. the era of paying for games that we can’t actually own them. cloud gaming is even worse than digital gaming.

  • JonathanisPrimus

    Why buy this when for $12 more you can buy a Vita TV that has access to a lot more content and the promise of a streaming service?

    • Lumi

      Or just get the steam version

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