Square Enix Japan’s Cloud Gaming Service With Final Fantasy VII Launches This Week

By Spencer . November 30, 2014 . 11:39pm

image Dive In, Square Enix Japan’s cloud streaming service, brings PC versions of games like Final Fantasy XIII and Final Fantasy VII: International to iOS and Android devices. Square Enix recently ran a Dive In in Japan and plan to launch the service on December 3.

 

Similar to PlayStation Now, all Dive In games are sold as a subscription with prices as low as 150 yen for three days of play. Final Fantasy XIII-2 comes as the most pricey game with a three day subscription set at 300 yen and a yearly subscription priced at 2,200 yen.

 

Here’s a list of games available for Dive In and how much each subscription will cost (tax not included).

 

Final Fantasy VII International

3 days – 200 yen

10 days – 400 yen

30 days – 1,000 yen

365 days – 1,429 yen

 

Final Fantasy VIII (launches on December 11)

3 days – 200 yen

10 days – 400 yen

30 days – 1,000 yen

365 days – 1,429 yen

 

Final Fantasy XIII

3 days – 250 yen

10 days – 500 yen

30 days – 1,250 yen

365 days – 1,800 yen

 

Final Fantasy XIII-2 (launches on December 11)

3 days – 300 yen

10 days – 610 yen

30 days – 1,530 yen

365 yen – 2,200 yen

 

The Last Remnant (launches on December 11)

3 days – 250 yen

10 days – 500 yen

30 days – 1,250 yen

365 days – 1,800 yen

 

The Cherry Blossom Murders

3 days – 150 yen

10 days – 300 yen

30 days – 800 yen

365 days – 1,185 yen


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