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Official Game Blurb:

"An epic adventure across 3 cd-roms.

What begins as a rebellion against an evil corporation become much more. And what erupts goes beyond imagination.

With vivid landscapes, lush 3D animation and environments, Square Soft's multi-million dollar masterpiece is like nothing ever seen before."

Game Information:

Platforms: PlayStation®, PlayStation®Network, PC - Microsoft Windows, PC - Steam
Genre: RPG - Role Playing Game
Developer: Square
DotEmu (PC rerelease)
Publisher: Square (PlayStation® - NTSC-J)
Sony Computer Entertainment (PlayStation® - NTSC-U/C, PAL)
Eidos Interactive (PC - Windows)
Square Enix (PlayStation®Network, Square Enix Store, Steam)
Players: 1
Discs: 3 CD-ROMs (PlayStation®)
4 CD-ROMs (International) (PlayStation®)
4 CD-ROMs (PC - Windows)

Release Dates:

japan NTSC-J Release: January 31st, 1997
ntsc america canada flag NTSC-U/C Release: September 7th, 1997
japan NTSC-J International Release: October 2nd, 1997
europe PAL Release: November 17th, 1997
PC - Microsoft Windows
ntsc america canada flag NTSC-U/C Release: May 31st, 1998
europe PAL Release: June 25th, 1998
PlayStation®Network (Digital)
japan NTSC-J International Release: April 10th, 2009
ntsc america canada flag NTSC-U/C Release: June 2nd, 2009
europe PAL Release: June 4th, 2009
PC - Square Enix Store (Digital)
worldwide Worldwide Release: August 14th, 2012
japan NTSC-J International Release: May 16th, 2013
PC - Steam (Digital)
worldwide Worldwide Release: July 4th, 2013

Additional Information:

Final Fantasy VII was the first Final Fantasy to be made on a 32-Bit console and feature 3D polygonal characters. Sony Computer Entertainment handled the publishing of the game outside of Japan for the PlayStation® including the PAL market, making it the first Final Fantasy to be released in PAL territories. A digital PlayStation® version was released on PlayStation®Network in 2009 and is compatible with PlayStation®3, PlayStation®Portable and PlayStation®Vita. Although there are no differences between the PlayStation® CD and PlayStation®Network digital download, the PlayStation®3 and PlayStation®Vita have smoothing and faster load time options.

It was also the first Final Fantasy to have a re-release as an international version which included both Ruby WEAPON and Emerald WEAPON bosses which were not included in the original Japanese version of the game, as well as featuring other small improvements (all of which were included in the other releases). The fourth disc of the International version included galleries and other interactive media. Despite the name 'International', this version was only released in Japan.

Final Fantasy VII was also the first to be officially released for the PC. Published by Eidos, it features small improvements such as the ability to run in 640X480 resolution, many typos in the script were fixed, and other small graphical enhancements. In 2012 it was digitally rereleased for the PC on the Square Enix Store and featured additional features such as 36 achievements to unlock, cloud saves, a character booster and the ability to run the game in 1920X1080 resolution, however there are no graphical improvements. It was later ported to Steam.

Cover Boxarts:

final fantasy vii japanese ntsc-j cover final fantasy vii american ntsc-u/c cover final fantasy vii pal cover final fantasy vii international ntsc-j cover
NTSC-J NTSC-U/C PAL International NTSC-J
final fantasy vii pc cover
final fantasy vii international ntsc-j psn cover final fantasy vii american ntsc-u/c psn cover final fantasy vii pal psn cover
International NTSC-J NTSC-U/C PAL