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Final Fantasy VII Is Finally Part Of A Hardware Bundle

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

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.

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Final Fantasy VII Streaming On Cloud Gaming Services In Japan

By Spencer . December 23, 2013 . 10:29pm

On December 25, Final Fantasy VII will go where no Final Fantasy game has gone yet, to a cloud gaming service. Final Fantasy VIII International will be available on G-Cluster and Hikaru TV.

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Dark Souls, XCOM, Final Fantasy VII Available For Super Cheap On Steam

By Ishaan . November 28, 2013 . 10:30am

Dark Souls: Prepare to Die Edition is on discount sale on Steam today, as part of the Steam Autumn Sale 2013. The game can be purchased for $5.99. (Normally $29.99)

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Square Enix Once Promised Final Fantasy VII, VIII And IX Remakes

By Eugene . October 26, 2013 . 9:26am

Square Enix once promise a remake not only for Final Fantasy VII but one for VIII and IX as well.

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

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

Final Fantasy was recently added to the Steam catalog. But why pay full price when you can get a discount?

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Final Fantasy VII Arrives On Steam With Character Builder And Cloud Saves

By Spencer . July 4, 2013 . 1:27am

Originally only available as a download from Square Enix’s online store, Final Fantasy VII for PC is now on Steam for $11.99.

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Japan’s Long Wait For Final Fantasy VII On PC Is Almost Over

By Spencer . May 15, 2013 . 1:25am

Square Enix will release Final Fantasy VII International as a downloadable game through their Japanese eStore on May 16.

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Let’s Unbox The Final Fantasy VII Famicom Bootleg

By Spencer . May 11, 2013 . 9:58am

No, Square Enix never made Final Fantasy VII for the Famicom. A Chinese company took the story of the game and hacked Final Fantasy II to create a Final Fantasy VII demake.

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Japan Is Finally Getting Final Fantasy VII For PC

By Spencer . April 26, 2013 . 12:48am

Years before Eidos was acquired by Square Enix, the company worked with both Squaresoft and Enix separately. Eidos published Dragon Quest Monsters from Enix and handled the PC port of Final Fantasy VII which was packaged in a trapezoidal box.

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Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children Makes Its TV Debut This April

By Spencer . March 3, 2013 . 11:45pm

As part of Final Fantasy’s 25th birthday celebration, Square Enix partnered with Japanese cable TV network Family Gekijo to broadcast Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children.

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Final Fantasy Digital Collection Bundles Nine FF Games, Limited To 2000 Units

By Spencer . February 22, 2013 . 2:00pm

Final Fantasy Digital Collection includes digital copies of Final Fantasy 1 all the way up to Final Fantasy IX so you can play the entire series on PSP or Vita.

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25 Years Of Final Fantasy Releases And Ports Captured In One Chart

By Spencer . December 18, 2012 . 6:30pm

Happy 25th birthday, Final Fantasy! We were curious about the flow of Final Fantasy games and put together a chart showing all of the major titles releases and ports Square Enix made with the “Final Fantasy” name on them.

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Final Fantasy VII For Seven Bucks And Deals On The Square Enix Store

By Spencer . October 26, 2012 . 5:20pm

Get Win? Square Enix has a bunch of games including Kingdom Hearts 3D [Dream Drop Distance], Heroes of Ruin, and Theatrhythm Final Fantasy. Each one is $27.99 from their online store until October 28.

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Let’s Visit Square Enix’s Tokyo Store And See Sephiroth

By Spencer . September 18, 2012 . 12:47pm

Meow Wows, Hawaiian slime shirts, Shinra business card cases, and more.

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The List Of PSOne Classics You’ll Be Able To Play On Your Vita This Week [Update]

By Ishaan . August 27, 2012 . 10:43pm

There appears to be a slight difference between the number of titles being made compatible in North America and Europe.