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

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.

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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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