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Box artwork for Final Fantasy VII.
Box artwork for Final Fantasy VII.
Final Fantasy VII
Publisher(s)Square, Sony Computer Entertainment
Year released1997
System(s)PlayStation, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Portable
Preceded byFinal Fantasy VI
Followed byFinal Fantasy VIII
SeriesFinal Fantasy
Japanese titleファイナルファンタジーVII (Fainaru Fantajī Sebun)
Designer(s)Hironobu Sakaguchi
ModesSingle player
Rating(s)ESRB TeenELSPA Ages 11+USK Ages 12+
Final Fantasy VII
Publisher(s)Eidos Interactive
Year released1998
Rating(s)ESRB TeenUSK Ages 12+
Final Fantasy VII
Publisher(s)Square Enix
Year released2012
System(s)Windows, iOS, Android, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch
Rating(s)CERO Ages 12 and upESRB TeenPEGI Ages 12+USK Ages 12+Parental GuidanceIARC Ages 12+GRB 12+
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Final Fantasy VII was a seminal release in Square Enix's Final Fantasy series, widely regarded as one of the most successful gaming franchises in history. Released in 1997, FFVII was a gamble for the company. Prior to VII all the Final Fantasy games had been on Nintendo consoles but VII was released for the Sony PlayStation. FFVII took the series in a new direction, which it has pursued ever since. This landmark release paid off, as it is thought by some to be the most popular and well-liked game in the Final Fantasy series, possibly the best Japanese RPG ever made or even the best game ever made.

Final Fantasy VII was released under the same name in Japan, the US and Europe — correcting numbering inconsistencies between the regions. With each new release, Squaresoft (now Square Enix) added new features. The American, European (PAL), and international releases contained bonus material not seen before, namely the two Weapons, Ruby and Emerald.

In 2009 the game was released for the PS3 and PSP by way of the PlayStation Network.

In 2012 the game was re-released for PC, and included 36 achievements.

The iOS and Android version was released in July 2015 and includes the option to turn off all random encounters (battles interwoven into the story still occur) and to automatically activate max stats for the current party level at any time outside of battle.

The game was released on the PlayStation 4 on December 5, 2015. This version is based on the PC re-release, and includes Trophies.

The PlayStation Classic console was released on December 3, 2018 and has Final Fantasy VII included as part of the 20 games list. This game has a save state feature that wasn't available on the Playstation 1.

The game was released on Xbox One and Nintendo Switch simultaneously on March 26, 2019. This version is also based on the PS4 version. The Switch version holds the distinction of being the first time that the game was released legally on Nintendo hardware, excluding bootlegs.

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